USLC/IUPAP WOMEN IN PHYSICS____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
The next International Conference on Women in Physics (ICWiP) will be held July 2017, and the Delegation Selection Committee has chosen a number of students and professionals from all backgrounds and levels of education. They are:
- Abigail Bogdan, Assistant Professor of Physics at Seton Hill University
- Angela Johnson, Professor of Educational Studies at St. Mary's College of Maryland
- Arlisa L. Richardson, Physics faculty at Chandler-Gilbert Community College
- Beth Cunningham, Executive Officer of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)
- Candace Harris, PhD candidate in Physics at Florida A&M University
- Chandralekha Singh, Professor of Physics at the University of Pittsburgh
- Christine Jones, Senior Astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
- Jessica Esquivel, PhD candidate in Physics at Syracuse University
- Jolene Johnson, Assistant Professor of Physics at St. Catherine University
- Kelsey Hallinen, PhD candidate in Biophysics at the University of Michigan
- Laura Gladstone, postdoc researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Laura McCullough, Professor of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Stout
- Marta Dark McNeese, Associate Professor of Physics at Spelman College
- Mary Chessey, PhD candidate in Physics at University of California-Davis
- Natalie Gosnell, Assistant Professor of Physics at Colorado College
- Nicole Quist, PhD candidate in Physics at Oregon State University
- Regina Jorgenson, Director of Astronomy of the Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association
- Sally Seidel, Physics faculty at the University of New Mexico
- Sathya Guruswamy, Lecturer in Physics at the University of California-Santa Barbara
- Tennille Presley, Associate Professor of Physics at Winston Salem State University
U.S. delegates will support all delegation activities at the conference, including writing and editing the U.S. paper, creating and presenting the U.S. poster, and other projects. To discuss any aspect of this role, please contact Beth Cunningham (email@example.com), a previous U.S. Team Leader.
For further information about previous U.S. participation in ICWiP, please visit http://uswip.org.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number PHY-1441995. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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