SINCE September 1957, when the Visiting Scientists Program in Physics was inaugurated as a joint activity of the American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Institute of Physics, arrangements have been made for visits by distinguished physicists to more than 340 colleges and universities and 550 secondary schools in the United States. Now in its fourth consecutive year, the 1960–61 program is expected to result in visits to approximately one hundred institutions of higher learning and some three hundred high schools. It is conducted with the support of the National Science Foundation.

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