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Micron Outstanding Science Teacher Awards 

Thanks to the Micron Technology Foundation, six $250 cash awards will be given to outstanding science teachers in Idaho. The deadline for nominations is Monday, September 27, 2010 at 5:00 pm.  Additional information and nomination forms are available here.

Idaho/Utah Section Officers

Steve Shropshire of Idaho State University has been elected to serve as the College/University Member-at-Large on the AAPT Executive Board

Physics Bowl

Information on Previous Meetings

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Celebrate Laserfest in 2010


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The Twenty-Ninth Annual Spring Meeting of the Idaho-Utah Section of the AAPT will be held Friday April 30 and Saturday May 1, 2010 at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho.

Meeting Registration can be completed online or onsite either Friday, April 30, or Saturday, May 1.
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If you wish to present a contributed talk or paper, or wish to participat in the demostration Share-Athon, please complete the online presentation form.

A tentative meeting schedule is now available

View and print a map of Idaho State University showing the location of the Physical Sciences Building, and a map of Pocatello showing the location of ISU and highways.  An online interactive map of the ISU Campus is also available.  More detailed directions and parking information is also available.

A complete listing of Pocatello hotels is available.  Arrangements have been made for a special conference rate of $45.99 for Friday night at the Rodeway Inn.  Please mention that you wll be here for the ID/UT AAPT meeting when making your reservation in order to be eligible for the reduced rate.  This deal is only good for reservations made on or before Monday, April 26, so make your reservations soon.

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The Thirtieth Annual Spring Meeting of the Idaho-Utah Section of the AAPT will held at Weber State University.

    E-mail  Dr. Steve Shropshire with comments or questions regarding the meeting or this webpage