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July Project SamplesDrafting COMM386 Week 5 Sample 1

Potential CEO Tweets

Personal Tweets

Sports tweets

Tweets about the CEO’s favorite sports teams or winners of major championship sporting events should

not include a graphic unless the CEO is present at the sporting event. An article can be linked with the tweet.

CEOs should congratulate the winning teams/persons of major sporting events to insert themselves into the national conversation. This tactic gains exposure with sports fans while humanizing the CEO.

Example CEO Tweet:

Alzheimer Society of Toronto

@AlzToronto

So touching! Congratulations to the Washington Capitals on winning the Stanley Cup last night. As huge as winning the championship was, Capitals forward T.J. Oshie stole the post-game show when he teared up after dedicating the win to his father who has Alzheimer's disease.

Potential Tweets:

Congrats to the @Capitals for ending the D.C. curse and winning the #StanleyCup!

https://bit.ly/2MlVRnC

My heartiest congratulations to @PReedGolf, @TheMasters champion! #TheMasters

Literature tweets

Showcase articles or books that the CEO finds enriching for their followers. These books should intersect or be adjacent to the CEO’s industry, as it shows they’re constantly bettering themselves and learning more about their field. Tweet clearly the title, @author, and website title (if an article). Then add either a link or takeaway. If someone on Twitter recommended the book, their @ could also be included in the tweet.

Example CEO Tweet:

Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association

@NancyatHeart

Do you know CPR? Can you use an AED, or automated external defibrillator? If not, then you’ve

got to read this. @thrive http://bit.ly/2JmtOm3 #CPRAwarenessWeek

Potential Tweets:

Thought-provoking @TheAtlantic article by @EdYong2019, “When Will the Gender Gap in Science Disappear?” https://theatln.tc/2K0Ajf1

[Photo of book] #AmReading “Good to Great and the Social Sectors” by @Level5Leaders.

Inspiring and insightful look at organizations in the social sector.

Travel tweets

When travelling or making public appearances, include the location and reason for travel by identifying the event title or @ing the group that organized the meeting. The tweet should have a complimentary photo of either a major landmark (selfies permitted), the convention center or the conference room where the event is being held.

Example CEO Tweet:

Reshma Saujani, CEO of Girls Who Code

@reshmasaujani

Congrats to @mikesaujani for his wonderful talk "Cultivating World-class Safety Culture, Actively Engaging Employees using Five Pillars of Safety" at the @ASSPSafety Conference in San Antonio.

Potential Tweets:

[Photo of D.C. monument] In Washington D.C. for the @theNASEM’s Public Report Release “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences,

Engineering, and Medicine.”

[Photo of conference center] Visiting Boston for the 4 th International Conference on Planetary Science and Particle Physics. So looking forward to XXX’s Keynote speech on YYY.

General quote tweets

Tweets that include poignant quotes from industry members should be accompanied by a graphic with the same text that is in the tweet, which may or may not include a photo of the quoted person. Follow the tweet with #quote.

Example CEO Tweet:

Tim Fargo, CEO of Social Jukebox

@tim_fargo

Nothing is more surprising than the easiness with which the many are governed by the few. - David Hume #quote

Potential Tweets:

[Photo of quote] “Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can

think.” ― Werner Heisenberg, Across the Frontiers. #Quote

[Photo of quote] “Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it.” ― Niels Bohr, Essays 1932-1957 on Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge. #Quote

Business Tweets

Office culture tweets

To shine a light on the CEO’s nonprofit culture, they can contribute to conversations relevant to their industry by explaining what their nonprofit is working on. These tweets can be responses to other

industry thought leaders or standalone tweets explaining the nonprofit’s core values, missions, and

everyday activities. There should be a link to more information that followers can access, because 220 characters is not enough space to explain the nonprofit mission.

Example CEO Tweet:

Anne Wallestad

@AnneWallestad

Agreed. Here @BoardSource, we've been focused on trying to educate boards (and the public) about the need to measure fundraising effectiveness differently - meaning not solely on the % of fundraising costs. https://boardsource.org/research-critical-issues/measuring-fundraising- effectiveness/ RT: @danpallotta: We must disenthrall the public of the insane idea that their donations are frictionless, zero-cost cash transfers to those in need.

Potential Tweets:

AIP and its Member Societies are committed to promoting increased diversity and inclusion in the physical sciences. See what @AIPHistory is doing to celebrate #PrideMonth in the Niels Bohr

One of our core activities at AIP is tracking employment and education trends through statistical reports. @AIPStatistics offers comprehensive data on physics and astronomy employment and data for academics at https://bit.ly/2LLBnDD

Networking tweets

To cultivate and maintain relationships with industry thought leaders, nonprofit CEOs should engage with them via Twitter. These tweets don’t have to be business related in nature, but are used to keep those business relationships intact. They should be casual in their language, concise, and have a point/takeaway.

Example CEO Tweet:

Example CEO Tweet: Anne Wallestad @AnneWallestad Agreed. Here @BoardSource, we've been focused on trying to educatehttps://t.co/78Ao7CtL7Z One of our core activities at AIP is tracking employment and education trends through statistical reports. @AIPStatistics offers comprehensive data on physics and astronomy employment and data for academics at https://bit.ly/2LLBnDD Networking tweets To cultivate and maintain relationships with industry thought leaders, nonprofit CEOs should engage with them via Twitter. These twee ts don’t have to be business related in nature, but are used to keep those business relationships intact. They should be casual in their language, concise, and have a point/takeaway. Example CEO Tweet: Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League @JGreenblattADL " id="pdf-obj-2-27" src="pdf-obj-2-27.jpg">

Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League @JGreenblattADL

Extending a warm Mazel Tov from @ADL_National to @marievanderzyl. We have appreciated our ongoing dialogue over the years with @JonathanArkush and wish you only success and strength in your new role. We look forward to finding ways to work together to support our community.

Potential Tweets:

.@BGreene Looking forward to your program at the 2019 @WorldSciFest!

.@NASA administrator @JimBridenstine is answering your questions for @NASA_Astronauts here: https://twitter.com/JimBridenstine/status/1006550323031363585

Event promotion tweets

CEOs have the unique ability to endorse and promote events in a single tweet. To get maximum exposure for events, utilize the event’s hashtag, hint at potential programs, and @ confirmed speakers.

Example CEO Tweet:

Daniel Cardinali, CEO of Independent Sector

@DanCardinali

Excited 2 join 90 #ChangeMakers for #Upswell’s 4th Lab @Google office today. Thx

@FetzerInstitute 4 supporting #SocialInnovation & #CommunityTransformation; Thx @NorCalGrant for co-hosting. Want to find out about Upswell? https://youtu.be/C04kH1Kilp4 via @YouTube @IndSector

Potential Tweets:

#PhysCon2019 is making waves and breaking boundaries! Excited for this fantastic event, hosted

by Sigma Pi Sigma, Nov. 14-16 in Providence, RI. For more information: https://bit.ly/2LKVz8G

Looking forward to hearing plenary speakers Sandeep Giri, John C. Mather, Jami Valentine, and Ellen D. Williams at #PhysCon2019. Register here: https://bit.ly/2LKVz8G [confirm their twitter handles, then insert]

Personal Retweets

Retweets that relate to a CEO’s personal interests should be carefully screened. Retweets should be

specified to not be endorsements of the user that is retweeted. Retweets should be relevant, unproblematic, and easily understood by their followers.

Example CEO Retweet:

Example CEO Retweet: Potential Retweets: RT @trevormundel: I’m thrilled that @SueDHellmann & @drpennyheaton officially announced the

Potential Retweets:

RT @trevormundel: I’m thrilled that @SueDHellmann & @drpennyheaton officially announced

the mission & vision of the Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute at @BIOConvention this week. To learn more, read @matthewherper's @Forbes article:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2018/06/07/bill-and-melinda-gates-start-a-

nonprofit-biotech-in-boston/#34a3138c1a45 …

RT @FeedingAmerica: Blending the art of food and cooking with the science of medicine:

http://feeding.am/6019DgCPc via @nytimes #HungerInTheNews

Business Retweets

Retweets that relate to a CEO’s business should be retweeted directly from the business’ official twitter page. These retweets should occur no more than twice a day, otherwise the CEO’s twitter just becomes a bulletin board for the businesses.

Example CEO Retweet:

Example CEO Retweet: Potential Retweets: RT @AIP_TEAMUP: Want to change the climate of physics/astro? If youhttps://t.co/NovPWT3svY COMM386 Week 5 Sample 2 Twitter CEO following list: Organization Related: @AIP_Publishing @APSPhysics @PhysicsToday @AIPStatistics @SPSNational @AAPTHQ @AAS_Office @AAS_Press @AAS_Publishing " id="pdf-obj-5-4" src="pdf-obj-5-4.jpg">

Potential Retweets:

RT @AIP_TEAMUP: Want to change the climate of physics/astro? If you are an African American undergrad student in physics/astro, or you left the major, please fill out our survey about your experiences so we can improve these fields! http://bit.ly/teamupsurvey #diversity #physics #STEM

RT @InsideScience: Physicists come up with alternate explanation of gravity that may implicate dark energy, which comprises 70 percent of our universe. https://t.co/NovPWT3svY

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Twitter CEO following list:

Organization Related:

Cause Related

Industry related

@NASA @ISS_CASIS ISS U.S. National Laboratory @JHUAPL -- Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics laboratory @NeilTyson Neil deGrasse Tyson @RichardDawkins @SaPinker Steven Pinker @AAAS The American Association for the Advancement of Science @UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization @MarsCuriosity NASA Mars rover, curiosity @theNASciences the National Academy of Sciences @Marcia4Science President of National Academy of Science @CatherineQ -- Astrophysicist @DebbieBere Physicist and Chief Data Scientist for Metis

Personal Related:

@TCDDublin University of Dublin Trinity College (alma mater) @theNASEM The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine @AIAA The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics @IrelandEmbUSA- Embassy of Ireland USA @IrishMissionUN Irelands Mission to the United Nations, NY @NSF National Science Foundation @NOAA U.S. Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration @LGBTSTEM LGBTQ+ visibility in STEM General ideas for CEO Twitter:

Beefing up the Twitter bio

Chief Executive Officer @AIP looking to advance, promote and serve the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. Doctorate in experimental physics from @TCDDublin.

Participating in Twitter chats (maybe @AIP_TEAMUP) Embed a twitter feed on the AIP website Add a tidbit on email marketing about following on Twitter Frequency of tweeting: 3-7 per day Frequency of hashtags: 1-2 per tweet #MondayMotivation #WednesdayWisdom

COMM386 Week 6 Sample 1

AIP NAS Draft Social Media Posts

Survey Tweets:

As we gear up for @theNASEM’s report on women in academia, @AIPStatistics, in collaboration with the

ICSU, is hosting a global survey researching, measuring and reducing the @GenderGapSTEM. To participate in the survey, visit: https://bit.ly/2ImvPBu

How can we combat the #GenderGap in #STEM fields and put more #WomenInStem? @AIPStatistics is sponsoring @GenderGapSTEM to measure how we can encourage more women to pursue #mathematics, #computing, and natural sciences. For more information: https://bit.ly/2M5z8vX

Like @theNASEM’s report on #WomenInSTEM, @AIPStatistics aims to provide easy access to materials proven to be useful in encouraging girls and young women to study and pursue education in #mathematics and natural #science. Participate here: https://bit.ly/2ImvPBu #ScienceToo

Let’s put more #WomenInSTEM by ending the gender gap in computing, mathematics and natural sciencesparticipate in the @AIPStatistics @GenderGapSTEM survey here: https://bit.ly/2ImvPBu #ScienceToo

Event Tweets:

Join @theNASEM on 6/12 in revealing the effects that sexual harassment has on #WomenInStem in their report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ

Event Tweets: Join @theNASEM on 6/12 in revealing the effects that sexual harassment has on #WomenInStemhttps://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ How can academic institutions improve in the #MeToo era? Join leaders from #science, #engineering, and #medicine on 6/12 at the release of @theNASEM’s new report on Sexual Harassment of Women in Academia. More info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ #ScienceToo You don’t want to miss @theNASEM’s public release meeting for the new report “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” For more info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ " id="pdf-obj-8-8" src="pdf-obj-8-8.jpg">

How can academic institutions improve in the #MeToo era? Join leaders from #science, #engineering,

and #medicine on 6/12 at the release of @theNASEM’s new report on Sexual Harassment of Women in

Academia. More info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ #ScienceToo

Event Tweets: Join @theNASEM on 6/12 in revealing the effects that sexual harassment has on #WomenInStemhttps://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ How can academic institutions improve in the #MeToo era? Join leaders from #science, #engineering, and #medicine on 6/12 at the release of @theNASEM’s new report on Sexual Harassment of Women in Academia. More info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ #ScienceToo You don’t want to miss @theNASEM’s public release meeting for the new report “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” For more info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ " id="pdf-obj-8-18" src="pdf-obj-8-18.jpg">

You don’t want to miss @theNASEM’s public release meeting for the new report “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” For

Like AIP, @theNASEM wants to improve the experiences of #WomenInStem. Join them for the public releasehttps://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ Facebook Posts: We’re sponsoring a survey in collaboration with the International Council for Science to measure and reduce the gender gap in mathematical, computing and natural sciences. One contributing factor can be " id="pdf-obj-9-2" src="pdf-obj-9-2.jpg">

Like AIP, @theNASEM wants to improve the experiences of #WomenInStem. Join them for the public

release meeting of the new report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” For more info: https://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ

Like AIP, @theNASEM wants to improve the experiences of #WomenInStem. Join them for the public releasehttps://bit.ly/2M6yjCQ Facebook Posts: We’re sponsoring a survey in collaboration with the International Council for Science to measure and reduce the gender gap in mathematical, computing and natural sciences. One contributing factor can be " id="pdf-obj-9-9" src="pdf-obj-9-9.jpg">

Facebook Posts:

We’re sponsoring a survey in collaboration with the International Council for Science to measure and

reduce the gender gap in mathematical, computing and natural sciences. One contributing factor can be

uncovered in @theNASEM’s report, "Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine," which will be publicly released on 6/12. The report presents a comprehensive review of the research, experiences, and effects of sexual harassment on women and their careers in science, engineering, and medicine. In addition to evidence-based findings, the report provides recommendations for how organizations can prevent and address sexual harassment in academic settings, specifically in science, engineering, and medicine.

For more information and registration, visit: https://sexualharassmentreport.eventbrite.com/

uncovered in @theNASEM’s report, "Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering,

AIP is dedicated to reducing the gender gap in mathematical, computing and natural sciences, and one step towards that goal is exposing the effects of sexual harassment on women in academic sciences, engineering and medicine. Join the National Academies on Tuesday, June 12, via webcast or in person, as they present their findings in, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.”. In addition to evidence-based findings, the report provides recommendations for how organizations can prevent and address sexual harassment in academic settings, specifically in science, engineering, and medicine.

uncovered in @theNASEM’s report, "Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering,

Twitter Profile

A twitter profile consists of

  • 1. Icon

The Twitter icon should be a clean headshot. Logos depersonalize the Twitter user, which makes the goal of humanizing AIP to its publics harder to accomplish.

  • 2. Name and Username: Michael Moloney @Michael_AIP

  • 3. Bio

Twitter bios are the first description of a user that potential followers see. A Twitter bio should be concise and punchy. It describes who the user is and gives the audience a glimpse into the type of content they can expect from the user. Include important keywords to increase your profile’s SEO and general Twitter discoverability.

  • 4. Location

  • 5. Website

Social media drives 31 percent of all website referral traffic. Keeping a link to your organization allows nonprofits to link potential visitors to your website.

People to follow

Organization Related:

Cause Related

Industry related

@NASA @ISS_CASIS ISS U.S. National Laboratory @JHUAPL -- Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics laboratory @NeilTyson Neil deGrasse Tyson @RichardDawkins @SaPinker Steven Pinker @AAAS The American Association for the Advancement of Science @UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization @MarsCuriosity NASA Mars rover, curiosity @theNASciences the National Academy of Sciences @Marcia4Science President of National Academy of Science @CatherineQ -- Astrophysicist @DebbieBere Physicist and Chief Data Scientist for Metis

Personal Related:

@TCDDublin University of Dublin Trinity College (alma mater) @theNASEM The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine @AIAA The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics @IrelandEmbUSA- Embassy of Ireland USA @IrishMissionUN Irelands Mission to the United Nations, NY @NSF National Science Foundation

@NOAA U.S. Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration @LGBTSTEM LGBTQ+ visibility in STEM

Followers

We have set a goal of acquiring 250 followers within the first month of launching the Twitter account, with a stretch goal of 500 followers.

Strategies for Engagement

We at AIP have #Pride in the LGBT STEM community. Happy #LGBTSTEMDay, @PrideInSTEM @HouseofSTEM @InterEngLGBT [Insert graphic]

COMM386 Week 7 Sample 1

30-day plan for Michael’s Twitter

Setting up a Twitter profile A twitter profile consists of an icon, name/ username, bio, location, and website.

Icon: The Twitter icon should be a clean headshot. Logos depersonalize the Twitter user, which makes the goal of humanizing AIP to its publics harder to accomplish. Name and Username: Michael Moloney @Michael_AIP Bio: Chief Executive Officer at the American Institute of Physics looking to advance, promote and serve the physical sciences. Doctorate in experimental physics from @TCDDublin. Twitter bios are the first description of a user that potential followers see. A Twitter bio should be concise and punchy. It describes who the user is and gives the audience a glimpse into the type of content they can expect from the user. Include important keywords to increase your profile’s SEO and general Twitter discoverability. Location: College Park, Md. Website: aip.org Social media drives 31 percent of all website referral traffic. Keeping a link to your organization allows nonprofits to link potential visitors to your website. List of people/orgs to follow This is a list of Twitter profiles that should be followed to establish credibility amongst the science Twitter communities. There are four categories of accounts that CEO's should be following: organization, cause, industry and personal. Organizational accounts are either affiliated with or subsidiaries of the CEO's organization. This will include AIP's programs and its member societies. Cause related accounts are nonprofits that support a change in STEM culture. Industry accounts should be occurring either in the industry that the CEO operates in (physics, astronomy, nonprofits), or in industries that are adjacent to the one the CEO operates in (STEM, education, government/policy, etc.) Verification during this first 30 days (if Twitter is still offering a process for submission) Updating banner images seasonally (we could showcase photos of the building, stuff from our visual archives)

We have set a goal of acquiring 250 followers within the first month of launching the Twitter account, with a stretch goal of 500 followers. Strategies for engagement Tweeting 2-3 times per day to create a consistent frequency of content publishing that engages and encourages followers.

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Promoting all of AIP's programs and member societies once per week to keep followers updated and informed about AIP's endeavors. We encourage quote retweets, which will allow the CEO to personalize content from other programs and member societies.

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  • Showcasing what we have on AIP homepage periodically

  • Highlighting photos of the Month from AIP

  • Sharing blog posts from SPS interns and tagging them in the tweet.

  • Tweeting about the newest issue of Physics Today (or Physics Today's online exclusives).

  • Promoting FYI's launch of the new bill tracker. Checking into cities or organizations that you're visiting. Use their conference @ and hashtags when appropriate.

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  • This includes member society meetings and any remarks delivered at an event. Retweet, quote tweet or respond to tweets about those remarks. Tweeting during special events that tie into the STEM community. [LGBTStemDay]

  • We at AIP have #Pride in the LGBT STEM community. Happy #LGBTSTEMDay, @PrideInSTEM @HouseofSTEM @InterEngLGBT [Insert graphic] Engaging with followers and industry leaders. This can be done by:

    • Tweeting questions

    • Making 30-40 percent of tweets replies to other people

    • Adding a line of your own insight when tweeting links to spark conversation

    • Tweeting directly to your audience

    • Utilizing relevant hashtags #SciChat #EdChat #SciComm #STEM #AmReading (look up astronomy hashtags)

  • Following two new people every day to increase exposure.

  • Following industry leaders and the people that industry leaders also follow.

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  • Retweeting top items on the discover tab to gain more exposure. Participating in larger Twitter conversations such as #MondayMotivations #WednesdayWisdom #ThrowbackThursday

  • Favoriting any retweets.

  • Favoriting indirect tweets that mention your brand but don’t directly @ them. Quote retweets can be scheduled in advance JURP relaunch

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Potential Draft Tweets for July

July holidays

LGBT STEM DAY

Quote RT: Celebrate #Pride with @AIP_TEAMUP and AIP by checking out their #TEAMUPTalks chat for #LGBTSTEMDay!

We at AIP have #Pride in the LGBT STEM community. Happy #LGBTSTEMDay, @PrideInSTEM @HouseofSTEM @InterEngLGBT [graphic]

Visit AIP.org to see our #Pride2018 resources today, #LGBTSTEMDay. @PrideInSTEM @HouseofSTEM @InterEngLGBT

Did you know @PrideInSTEM, @HouseofSTEM and @InterEngLGBT chose July 5 th to celebrate #LGBTSTEMDay bc in the UK the date is 507, which is the wavelength of the color green (representing nature) and in the US it’s 705, which is the wavelength color of red (representing life).

4 th of July

Happy #IndependenceDay! “Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

Wishing everyone a happy #FourthOfJuly!

For #IndependenceDay, here is a gallery compiled by @AIPHistory of past scientists and presidents.

https://photos.aip.org/history-programs/niels-bohr-library/photos/photos-of-the-month/july-2015

AIP Programs

Physics Today

Riveting look at XYZ featured in Physics Today Vol. 71 Issue 7, now available:

Have you heard about these fascinating physics simulations for high school students? Read about it here: https://physicstoday.scitation.org/do/10.1063/PT.6.5.20180622a/full/

FYI

Stay informed about federal science policy with FYI’s bill tracker, which lists authorization bills that FYI

tracks during the current Congress along with highly significant bills passed near the end of the previous

Quote RT: What’s happening in #SciPol this week? RT:

https://twitter.com/FYIscipolicy/status/1011299529172320258

History

Our @AIPHistory Niels Bohr Library is in the final stages of acquiring a new collection of rare books. Find out how you can get involved and #KeepPhysicsHistoryPresent: https://www.aip.org/physics-heritage- and-promise

Quote RT: Loving @AIPHistory’s #throwbacks to significant events that occurred #OTD. RT:

[Photo of quote] “Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it.” ― Niels Bohr, Essays 1932-1957 on Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge. #Quote

Member Society + Meetings

Network with professionals in crystallography at the American Crystallographic Association’s annual meeting in Toronto July 20-24! http://www.amercrystalassn.org/content/pages/main-annual-meetings

Join physics educators from around the globe and develop your expertise in physics education at the American Association of Physics Teachers summer meeting, July 28-Aug. 1 in Washington, DC.

http://aapt.org/Conferences/sm2018/

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine’s annual meeting is Beyond the Future! Head on

down to Nashville, TN to participate in symposia, panel discussions, courses, and workshops on the

latest medical physics topics! https://w3.aapm.org/meetings/2018AM/

AIP and its Member Societies are committed to promoting increased diversity and inclusion in the physical sciences. See what @AIPHistory is doing to celebrate #PrideMonth in the Niels Bohr Library:

Statistical Research Center

One of our core activities at AIP is tracking employment and education trends through statistical reports. @AIPStatistics offers comprehensive data on physics and astronomy employment and data for academics at https://bit.ly/2LLBnDD

The Statistical Research Center is tracking movement across job sectors with its study about Physics Ph.Ds ten years later. Find out how your first job as a Ph.D. physicist affects your career path here:

https://www.aip.org/statistics/reports/phdplusten-jobsector-movement

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August CEO Draft Tweets

The latest @PhysicsToday is out! Interesting ideas about XYZ.

One of AIP's core activities is advancing the physical sciences with reliable news and information, which we do through our flagship magazine @PhysicsToday and our science news service @insideScience.

Follow along as @AIPHistory preserves the past through its archival collections and outreach programs. https://www.aip.org/history-programs

.@FYISciPolicy promotes science in the public realm by advocating science policy to Congress, and through outreach to the public.

Aug 10: Interns for @SPSNational just published their week nine blogs. Read more about their experiences at AIP: https://www.spsnational.org/programs/internships/blog/archive

Aug. 12: International Youth Day

Happy #InternationalYouthDay to young scientists and engineers everywhere. @AIPHistory offers resources like teaching guides, lesson plans, and online history exhibits to encourage today's youth to pursue physics and astronomy at an undergraduate and graduate level.

Job hunting or recruiting? AIP's #career resources are committed to supporting the physical science #community at every degree and career level. https://www.aip.org/career-resources

.@theNASEM's report on women in academia asked, "How can academic institutions improve in the #MeToo era?" @AIPStatistics answers: Data to Improve the Situation of Women and Minorities in Physics and Astronomy. #WomenInSTEM #ScienceToo https://buff.ly/2tCRGMd

AIP offers several #diversity initiatives including #scholarships, programs, and statistical reports for underrepresented minorities in physics. Find more of our resources here: https://www.aip.org/diversity- initiatives .@AIPHistory’s photos of the month for July covers X, take a look: [link]

We’ve been working to update our Center for History Web Exhibits – check out our exhibit on Werner Heisenberg, founder of quantum mechanics: https://history.aip.org/web- exhibits/heisenberg/index.html

Do you know a non-US citizen who displays exceptional service to the profession of physics? Nominate them for the Tate Medal for International Leadership. The deadline for the nomination period is Oct. 1. For more info: https://www.aip.org/aip/awards/tate-medal

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LGBTSTEMDay Tweets

We proudly support #LGBTSTEMDay and its mission to increase the visibility of LGBT+ scientists through public, academic and industry engagement. https://bit.ly/2KfIlEm

We’ve been working to update our Center for History Web Exhibits – check out our exhibithttps://www.aip.org/aip/awards/tate-medal COMM386 Week 8 Sample 2 LGBTSTEMDay Tweets We proudly support #LGBTSTEMDay and its mission to increase the visibility of LGBT+ scientists through public, academic and industry engagement. https://bit.ly/2KfIlEm Today we celebrate #LGBTSTEMDay, the first International Day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering and math. https://bit.ly/2KfIlEm " id="pdf-obj-17-14" src="pdf-obj-17-14.jpg">

Today we celebrate #LGBTSTEMDay, the first International Day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering and math. https://bit.ly/2KfIlEm

How does your sexuality affect your work as a scientist? Follow the hashtag #LGBTSTEMDay to hear

How does your sexuality affect your work as a scientist? Follow the hashtag #LGBTSTEMDay to hear the experiences of LGBT scientists and engineers. @OUTinSTEM, @PrideInSTEM, @HouseofSTEM and @InterEngLGBT #Pride

How does your sexuality affect your work as a scientist? Follow the hashtag #LGBTSTEMDay to hear

Today is #LGBTSTEMDay, the first ever International Day recognizing LGBT people in science, technology, engineering and math organized by @OUTinSTEM, @PrideInSTEM, @HouseofSTEM and @InterEngLGBT! #Pride

Today AIP recognizes and celebrates LGBT members of the science community with #LGBTSTEMDay. We value diversity

Today AIP recognizes and celebrates LGBT members of the science community with #LGBTSTEMDay. We value diversity and inclusion in sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in STEM.

Today AIP recognizes and celebrates LGBT members of the science community with #LGBTSTEMDay. We value diversity

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Today is #LGBTSTEMDay, the first international day celebrating LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. LGBT+ scientists continue to struggle to be themselves in the open. We support Pride in STEM, House of STEM, Out in STEM, and InterEngineering and their mission to increase the visibility of LGBT scientists through public, academic, and industry engagement.

Happy #LGBTSTEMDay to LGBT+ members of the science community! A survey from the American Physical Societyhttps://bit.ly/2KfIlEm " id="pdf-obj-20-2" src="pdf-obj-20-2.jpg">

Happy #LGBTSTEMDay to LGBT+ members of the science community! A survey from the American Physical Society found that a third of LGB people in academia are advised to stay in the closet if they want to advance their career, and we want to help change that. #LGBTSTEMDay is a day of recognition to raise awareness and increase support and visibility for LGBT scientists. We hope to improve support and resources for LGBT+ scientists and engineers by highlighting the challenges faced by the community.

Happy #LGBTSTEMDay to LGBT+ members of the science community! A survey from the American Physical Societyhttps://bit.ly/2KfIlEm " id="pdf-obj-20-8" src="pdf-obj-20-8.jpg">