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Physics Graduate Student Organization

We are excited to announce our participation in Notre Dame Day, when the global Notre Dame family will come together to celebrate what each of us loves most about the University. Please check out our website: http://gradphysics.nd.edu/about-us/

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Description

Watch us LIVE on the Notre Dame Day broadcast at 10 pm EST (the full livestream begins at 6:42 pm EST) on April 23rd at NOTREDAMEDAY.ND.EDU. We will be demonstrating the difference between force and pressure by breaking a cinder block on someone's chest! Please spread the word and help us earn votes! Follow the celebration on social media with #NDday.

Donations are applied to...

Throughout the year, GPS hosts numerous events to help the physics graduate students grow as scientists and as a community. We host an annual conference with a poster competition and presentations by a select number of students. We perform public outreach events for K-12 schools and science fairs in the form of physics demo shows. We also host professional development events such as resumé workshops, and social events to foster a sense of community within the physics department.

Why are donations necessary?

Donations would enable GPS to expand our current level of professional development support for graduate students as well as develop new exciting physics demos to help inspire future generations of physicists.