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AAPT Summer meeting in SyracusePlease join us at the joint FEd/DNP/AAPT plenary session
Session AM: Plenary I - Nuclear Physics in the 21st Century, the Legacy of Hans BetheMonday, July 24 - 10:15am-11:45amAM01 10:15 Hendrik Schatz (MSU) - Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics;AM02 10:45 Timothy Hallman (BNL) - Making Quark-Gluon Soup at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider; AM03 11:15 Elizabeth Beise (NSF and U. Md) - News and Views of the Proton
There will be a reception sponsored by the FEd following the session.
2007 APS MeetingsThe FEd will sponsor invited paper sessions at the March, 2007 meeting in Dallas, and the April, 2007 meeting in Jacksonville, FL. We seek your suggestions for session topics and speakers. Volunteers to organize sessions are encouraged. Please send your suggestions to David Haase before August 15.
Disclaimer: The articles and opinion pieces found in this issue of the APS Forum on Education Newsletter are not peer refereed and represent solely the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the APS.
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