Society of Physics Students (SPS)
The Society of Physics Students at UT Dallas, SPS, is our student club for those interested in physics and physics-based careers. It is not necessary to be a physics major or enrolled an any physics courses, but rather any student interested in physics can join.
Our activities include BBQ’s, movie nights, guest lectures on physics careers and physics in society, research opportunities, campus-wide physics events/competitions, and outreach to the public at large. UT Dallas SPS is part of the National Society of Physics Students, an organization that promotes physics through regional and national conferences, scholarships, and grant opportunities.
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SPS Sponsors a Rocket Contest
To build and fly a rocket, you have to break some eggs. That simple lesson came home for several students and faculty members at a model rocket competition in April 2013 sponsored by the UT Dallas chapter of the Society of Physics Students.
Read the full story at UT Dallas News Center – Rocket Contest Competitors Strive for Height, Cargo Protection.