BPS membership: Initiatives and analysis

Steven Tucker

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Abstract

The beginning of the academic year is always a busy time for my BPS ambassadorial work, in which I focus on developing awareness of the Society among undergraduate and postgraduate students. Students gain huge benefit from joining a learned society through networking, meetings, accessing resources and joining a broad community of like-minded scientists. Of course, the Society also gains from increased student membership in terms of the energy, enthusiasm and fresh thinking that this brings. Indeed, the symbiotic benefit is a cornerstone of the BPS and an aspect I enjoy encouraging

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