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  • PICUP Virtual Conference

    This conference will feature 18 presentations and 5 panel discussions to provide you with tips, tricks, and best practices to help you teach physics online!

    Dates: Friday, June 26 and Wednesday, July 1, 2020
    Location: On your computer!

  • PICUP Capstone Conference 2020

    The PICUP Capstone Conference has been POSTPONED UNTIL 2021 due to the ongoing crisis.
    Dates: July 15-18, 2020
    Location: POSTPONED

    Unfortunately, we have had to postpone. We will reschedule for 2021. If you have already registered, refunds will be processed by AAPT as soon as possible.
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PICUP Member Spotlight

Michele Montgomery
How/what inspired you to get into teaching computation?

I don't teach computation as a course. However, I do include some computation assignments in general education courses like Astronomy to… more>

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