Where: Washington Marriott, Wardman Park, Washington, DC
When: February 13 - 17, 2010
Thank you!We could not have had such a successful meeting without the great people-attendees, speakers, poster presenters, volunteers, committee members, section representatives, board members-that were a part of the meeting. We look forward to seeing you in Portland at the 2010 Summer Meeting.
Did you miss the meeting? We've got a sample of what you missed!Snow trapped you at home? Couldn't get off the days you needed to attend? No worries! We broadcast and recorded some of the AAPT events (below) and you can rewatch them whenever you like.
- 2010 Meeting Channel
- AAPT Awards Ceremony
- Symposium on Physics Education: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- Presidential Address by Alex Dickison
A multi-organizational meeting
The Winter Meeting will not only have everything that makes National Meetings so great, but also feature concurrent and jointly planned sessions with the American Physical Society (APS).
APS Meeting Information
Betty Preece SEES Memorial Fund: Treat a Student to Physics, Fun, and Food
A dedicated AAPT member and physics educator, Betty Preece was an inspiration to many. Every year during the winter meeting, Betty would purchase lunch for a group of underprivileged students from nearby schools and introduce them to the SEES (Students Exploring Engineering and Science) program, which offers hands-on physics experiments as well as career guidance and some take-home goodies. AAPT is asking for donations, no matter how small, to help bring these students a fun-filled day and the gift of science education.
Donate Now & choose the Betty Preece SEES Memorial Fund to help provide lunch for local DC students
Follow us and participate on Facebook and Twitter!
AAPT national office staff will be tweeting and posting to Facebook information, photos, and other exciting news during the meeting. Join us on Facebook or Twitter to participate in the discussion. To become a part of the twitter feed running on this page (to the right), put the hashtag #apsaapt in your tweets. You can always get to our social network pages using the links in the footer of every page on AAPT.org
Virtual Press Room
Some photos courtesy Destination DC and Marriott.