About the NCS-AAPT

The North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers is open to all physics teachers and those interested in the teaching of physics, especially in the state of North Carolina. We hope that you will join the NCS-AAPT so that we will see you at the next meeting!

The objectives of the Association are to advance the teaching of physics, to further the appreciation of the role of physics in our culture, and to enhance effective communication among those concerned with the teaching of physics at all levels.

Joint NCS-AAPT with TAAPT (Tennessee section)

Virtual Spring Meeting: April 10, 2021

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be presented virtually (via Zoom)

Hosted by Wingate University and Davidson College

Highlights include invited speaker - Dr. Amber Stuver, LIGO project scientist and assistant professor of Physics at Villanova University

The Call for Presentations is ready for you to submit your abstracts. You may go to Call for Papers to complete the form. The deadline for submission is Friday, March 26th

Registration for the meeting is also open. Due to the virtual nature of the meeting, there is no registration fee. Please register for the meeting by Wednesday, April 7th using the following form Registration

Email Discussion

This is a record of email sent to the NCS-AAPT Google Group.

Available to members only.

Public Documents

These are the NCS-AAPT Public Docs. These include Annual Reports, Meeting Programs, and Section Rep/Award Committee Reports


This calendar include conference deadlines and dates.

Contact the NCS-AAPT

Contact the officers of the NCS-AAPT for questions about membership, meetings, or this website.

Membership Directory

The is a list of NCS-AAPT members.

Available to members only.

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The NCS-AAPT is recognized as a nonprofit corporation under the provisions of the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act.

The NCS-AAPT is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(c)(3). The North Carolina Department of Revenue has assigned the NCS-AAPT an exempt status for franchise and income tax purposes.