Applications are now closed!
Applications to take part in CUWiP 2022 in Glasgow are closed. We are currently in the process of looking through all applications and making decisions. We expect to let applicants now early February if they have been selected to take part.
Applications are open!
We are excited to announce that applications are now open to attend CUWiP 2022 in Glasgow. To apply to take part in the conference, fill out this short application form. Please note, that accommodation and nearly all meals are provided free of charge once accepted to take part in the conference. We are aware that some students will be observing Ramadan during dates of CUWiP2022, and will put provisions in place for students fasting at the conference.
The deadline for application is 14th of January 2022.
Save the date!
The dates for CUWiP2022 in Glasgow are set. We will hold the Glasgow edition of this annual conference series on 7th - 10th of April 2022! You can help advertise the event at your institution by downloading and circulating our flyers PDF - save the date and PDF- save the date extended.
We are aware that some students will be observing Ramadan during dates of CUWiP2022, and will put provisions in place for students fasting at the conference.
Announcement for CUWiP2022 in Glasgow
We are excited to announce that our bid to host the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) at Glasgow University has been successful, which means that the School of Physics and Astronomy will host CUWiP in 2022. The School’s Athena Swan committee joined forces with Glasgow Women in Physics, colleagues at the Physics department at Strathclyde, and with support from other partners to put together the winning bid for this conference which runs under the auspice of the Institute of Physics.
CUWiP encourages female undergraduates to continue in physics by focusing on their development as a scientist and showcasing options for their educational and professional futures. The 3-day conference program usually includes presentations by distinguished women physicists on their cutting-edge research, personal career paths by inspirational women in academia, industry and the third sector and tours of laboratories or local sites of interest. Additionally, there will be expert panels to answer questions on graduate study and career opportunities outside of academia, workshops on effective assertiveness, imposter syndrome and microaggression as well as plenty of networking opportunities.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to get involved.