One of the most important things you can do in college is to do stuff. The SPS is a great outlet for these activities. As SELU physics faculty, we have decided to let SPS run itself. Dr. Norwood is currently the SPS advisor, but we feel that if we (the faculty) are making the initiatives, then there isn’t much point to the SPS.
In the past, the SPS has gone through times of high and low activity depending on what students are involved. So, here is your chance. Get involved and make stuff happen. Although the physics faculty do not want to dictate what happens, we are always willing to help when help is needed.
Ok, that being said, here is a message from the current leader of SPS:
Greetings professors and students,
My name is Daniel Huggett, and I am the Society of Physics Students President here at Southeastern Louisiana University. As a new school semester commences, the SLU chapter of the SPS would like to wish everyone a great and fulfilling semester of learning and new experiences. In order to begin the semester, the SPS is currently deciding the time for meetings. The meetings are roughly 30 minutes to an hour in length. Please let me know the best meeting hour for you between 12:30 PM and 4 PM on Mondays and Thursdays, or 9 AM to 11 AM on Fridays. Please respond by the end of next Friday, the 26th so that we can begin meeting as soon as possible.
If you know of any new physics major or students who would be interested in joining the SPS, please let me know their email addresses so that I can add them to the email list.
Society of Physics Students
Oh, Daniel’s email is Daniel.Huggett at selu.edu