Welcome!

The Women+ in Physics group at Montana State University was started fall 2017 by Dr. Amy Reines.  We focus on creating a supportive community climate of inclusivity with a long term goal of increasing the number of women and underrepresented genders in the field. Our membership is open to all physicists interested in participating, regardless of career stage. The current group includes undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and faculty members.

We meet twice a month, and engage in discussions involving the climate both within the department and in the field as a whole. We also schedule meetings with visiting colloquium speakers with underrepresented genders, actively lead outreach activities, foster mentoring programs for undergraduates, and promote professional development within our community.

Women + in Physics at MSU Logo by Catharine "Cappy" Bunn 

Logo by Catharine "Cappy" Bunn

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Upcoming Event: Coffee + Mentoring Event

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019, 1-3 pm, Dayton Conference Room

W+IP invites you to our Coffee + Mentoring Event! This is an excellent opportunity to ask our graduate students questions about graduate school, making a career out of physics, work/life balance, diversity in science, and more!

Please RSVP for Coffee + Mentoring at this link by November 15th.

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Schedule

September

9/18/2019 Welcome Back! First semester meeting at 2 pm in the Dayton

9/27/2019 Lunch with colloquium speaker, Alison Coil

October

10/16/2019 Meeting at 2 pm in the Dayton

10/29/2019  Meeting at 3 pm in the Dayton

November

11/13/2019  Meeting at 2 pm in the Dayton

11/20/2019  Coffee + Mentoring Event at 1-3 pm in the Dayton

11/26/2019  Meeting at 3 pm in the Dayton

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Contacts

Group Email

wip.msu@gmail.com

 

Amy Reines

Faculty Adviser

amy.reines@montana.edu

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Received Funding from

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