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Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research: Puget Sound 2022

June 21, 2022 - June 24, 2022 in Diablo, Washington at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center

May 10, 2022: It is with sad hearts that we must inform all of you that the 2022 conference has been cancelled. We will let everybody know once we have determined our rescheduling plans.

The fifth Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research: Puget Sound  (FFPERPS) conference will be held June 21-24, 2022, at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center FFPERPS is a regional conference, open to physics educators – including physics education researchers and teachers of physics – in the Cascadia region and beyond. The conference is designed to increase communication and collaboration. The conference provides a forum for examining and articulating current themes, best practices, and research directions in physics education, as well as discussing promising new areas to explore in teaching and research. The structure of the conference includes plenary talks, targeted breakout sessions, contributed poster sessions, and substantial free time for informal interactions.

The plenary speakers for the 2022 conference are

Suzanne Brahmia, Dept. of Physics, University of Washington-Seattle
Abigail Daane, Dept. of Physics, South Seattle College
Ben Geller, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Swarthmore College
Thanh Le, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Western Washington University

You can register for the meeting by completing our registration form. Registration will be filled on a first come, first served basis. We therefore encourage you to register early. Registration includes lodging and meals as well as all conference sessions. You may register to bring guests, who can enjoy the natural environment while you attend the conference. The registration deadline will be in May 2022.

Questions?  Contact the conference organizers: ffperps@gmail.com, or

Andrew Boudreaux, Western Washington University
Abigail Daane, South Seattle College
Joss Ives, University of British Columbia - Vancouver
Gina Quan, San José State University