9:00 am - August 1, 1998
4:00 pm - August 2, 1998
This Physics Education Research Conference is a working meeting for practitioners of research in physics education. The participants will discuss issues relevant to obtaining a Ph.D. in physics by doing research in physics education. The participants are expected to be researchers and graduate students in this subfield of physics research.
The Conference will be held at the Clifford Hardin Nebraska Center for Continuing Education located at 33rd and Holdrege Sts., Lincoln. The Center, on the UNL-East Campus, is a first-rate educational conference facility with hotel accommodations. Meals will be served at the Nebraska Center and the nearby UNL Student Union East. Nearby, one can visit the Maxwell Arboretum or stop at the Dairy Store for their famous ice cream.
The forecast for Lincoln in August is definitely summer - hot and sunny. Temperatures may be in the high 80s and 90s with some humidity. Dress comfortably in light summer apparel. Lincoln prides itself on being known as a Family City. There are many attractions that will appeal to a wide variety of ages. Nebraska and its capitol city will provide members and their families a variety of points of interest, restaurants and shops.