Women in Physics
The aim of NC State's Women in Physics group is to promote equity, with a focus on gender issues, within the Physics Department. We share expertise and experiences, and thereby gain tools and confidence to help us succeed in our educational and professional goals. We meet for regular outreach, career development, networking and social activities. We welcome people of all genders — cis, trans, and non-binary — in physics and related fields. The group maintains a resource room in 110 Riddick, where you can find a small library and a place to work.
- Join the PY-Women mailing list (via NCSU Google Groups; please use Unity ID)
- Monthly PY-Women BYO lunches held the first Monday of each month in 110 Riddick [not currently happening due to COVID-19; online social events are shared on the mailing list]
- Launch Your Excellent Adventures With Physics (LEAP) outreach event [not currently happening due to COVID-19]
- Women in Science and Engineering Village (WISE)
- The Meena and Pratul Ajmera Endowment provides a travel award each year, to support a student member of this NCSU community attending a conference/meeting to disseminate their research results. To apply for this award, please send a CV, together with a short description of the conference and its impact on your career beyond what your current funding can provide, to email@example.com with the subject line “Ajmera Award” by Nov 1 of each year, for travel to take place during the following year. Your advisor should send a letter of support to the same address. The conference can be either online or in-person, with up to $800 available to support travel or registration fees.
- The GWIS Research Triangle Chapter supports the Dr. Jennifer Leigh Ingram Travel Award, with a ~February deadline each year. Click here for more information about applying.
- Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics: apply each October for annual January conference
- American Physical Society — Women in Physics Programs
- Historical Contributions of Women to Physics
- American Institute of Physics — Statistics on Women in Physics and Astronomy
- Women in Astronomy
- Trivia Question: “Who is Stinson Drive named for?“