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We will resume our regular meetings in the Fall of 2020. During the summer of 2020, we are meeting occasionally via video-conferencing.

We are currently looking for student to help define the program of the group. Do contact Roche if you or someone you know is interested.

 

AnnouncementsMeetingsResourcesInteresting documents

 

Why WIPHA?

A forum for women in physics and astronomy at all levels: professors, graduate and undergraduate students. We discuss our unique experiences as women studying and teaching science, in addition to providing a comfortable and friendly environment for those seeking help (that our collective wisdom provides!) on career development, growth and opportunities in our chosen fields.

Who are we? How to join?

Women...faculty, postdocs, graduate students, undergraduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Women from the department are added to a mailing list at the beginning of each academic year, from then they should start receiving information and invitation to meetings. If you want to be added to the list please contact Dr Roche.

We are currently looking for student officers (grad or undergrad) to drive the program of our group. If you are interrested please do contact Roche. If you have ideas or requests for new activities: contact us.

Here are some ideas on which a volunteer could help:


Special announcements (workshops, opportunities,...):

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Web Resources/ Associations:

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Interesting documents:

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Recent Meetings:

The group meets on a regular basis. Usually around lunch provided by the department (thanks!). The idea is to create opportunity to talk about your work, find out how to get things done at OU, eat lunch, and just get to know each other better. Discuss physics, homework, teaching, research, ... and maybe how that all fits into our lives. Our meetings are informal: the topics listed below are only an indication of what we spent some time talking about.
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