Hide and Seek with Supersymmetry
This is the summary of a 90 minute introductory lecture on Supersymmetry presented at the Swiss Summer School on “Hidden Symmetries and Higgs Phenomena” at Zuoz, Engadin, in August 1998. I first review the hierarchy problem, and then discuss why we expect supersymmetry just around the corner, i.e. at or below $1\tev$. I focus on the specific example of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon to show how supersymmetry can indeed hide just around the corner without already having been detected. An essential part of supersymmetry's disguise is the fact that it is broken. I end by briefly outlining how the disguise itself is also hidden.