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This past year, APS has accomplished so much to grow the physics community, from educating youth about physics through programs like PhysicsQuest, to supporting underrepresented physics students, to advancing new science legislation, and more. These accomplishments are thanks to APS members. We are grateful to you and to the welcoming and inclusive physics community we are building together.
Your generosity will continue to help physicists thrive.
Small donations go a long way to supporting the vitality of APS, and monthly giving takes this one step further in securing the future of APS for generations to come.
Help honor the legacy of Chemistry Nobel Laureate Lars Onsager!
The Lars Onsager Prize is to recognize outstanding research in theoretical statistical physics, including the quantum fluids. The prize consists of $10,000 as well as a certificate citing the contribution made by the recipient. It has been presented annually since 1995.
Please donate to help strengthen the Onsager Prize endowment.
Credit: Alfred Mays
Equity, access, and opportunity...
"Equity, access, and opportunity are the essential elements of support in contributing to student success along the STEM pathway. The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is a proud contributor to PhysicsQuest’s distribution of kits across underserved and underrepresented communities that provide high quality STEM teaching and learning resources to students who otherwise might not have such access."
- Alfred M. Mays, Director and Chief Strategist for Diversity and Education, Senior Program Officer – Burroughs Wellcome Fund
It takes a village...
"My husband and I noticed a lack of diversity within the physics community and knew that we wanted to help make this change be one of our family's philanthropic priorities. It takes a village to make these important changes and we are thrilled to be a part of that village."
- Amy Brown
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APS Development Office
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APS is grateful for each of the gifts and pledges received in support of its mission to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics for the benefit of the scientific commnuity and society at large. We are pleased to recognize our generous donors in our annual report in the Leadership Circle and the Legacy Circle.
APS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions to the Society are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.