Our Resources page is frequently updated with new Scientists of the Week and featured events on campus! A list of all previous Scientists of the Week can be found here. For updates on our SWiP Chats and other events, email us and we will add you to our mailing list and/or Slack workspace.
This semester our SWiP Chats will be conducted via Zoom. They are tentatively planned on a rotating Monday morning – Wednesday afternoon schedule every other week. Our next SWiP Chat will be on Wednesday Sept. 30th at 4:30 PM and will include discussions about how COVID-19 has impacted women in academia. Information about how to connect will be sent to those on our email list. If you’d like to be added to the list, let us know!
We now also have a Slack workspace! If you would like to join, let us know.
We hope you all have a safe and healthy semester!
Welcome prospective graduate students to the Ohio State University! The Society for Women in Physics (SWiP) will be hosting a short information session via Zoom on Monday 3/23 at 4:30-5:00 pm EST. Join us to learn more about SWiP and get your questions answered!
We will be having SWiP Chats this semester on 1/24, 2/7, 2/21, 3/6, 3/20, 4/3, and 4/17. Please join us!
Join us for our first SWiP Chat of the year on Friday, September 27 at 4:30 in PRB 4138. We will be discussing implicit bias and how it impacts women in physics. We hope to see you there!
Today, the department welcomed a new crop of first years to the program – we’re glad you’re here!
To view the slides on SWiP presented during orientation, go here.
Check out the poster: swip_kitten
Come and de-stress during midterm week! There will be cute and cuddly kittens at the Physics Research Building atrium on Tuesday October 11th from 6-8pm.
Join us for an informal dinner with Anna Merkle to discuss how she transitioned from academia to industry.
Anna has her Ph.D. in Chemistry from University of Michigan and is working on her MBA at OSU.
Please RSVP for dinner below:
On Friday, April 29, 2016, SWiP will be hosting a luncheon with physics professors from the department Jim Beatty and Amy Connolly. Both are married to a fellow academic (in physics and outside of physics) at Ohio State. They’ll discuss how they handled the job market in the search of two coinciding academic jobs (a common scenario in the so-called “two-body problem”). Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 27th if you would like to receive lunch! If you miss the deadline, feel free to bring a lunch and attend the discussion. We hope to see you there!