The Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) 2022 will be hosted in person on Friday, January 21st – Sunday, January 23rd 2022.
Everyone who wishes to attend must submit an application found here. Applications open Monday, August 30th 2021! The deadline for this application is Monday, October 5th, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. SHARP! Procrastination is ill advised since NO exceptions will be made for late applicants.
There have been some questions regarding CUWiPS and we are here to address some
- Is the CUWiP application difficult?
Answer: NOT AT ALL! here is what to expect with the application…
- Sign up for a free APS account or log in to an existing one.
- Click on the “CUWIP Application” in the left sidebar.
- Answer a few questions about why you want to go. THATS IT
- What can I expect in the conference? is it worth it to go?
Answer: IT IS ABSOLUTELY WORTH IT!! EVERYONE IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO GO!!! Here are some things to expect in the conference and why you should go!
- There are panels of speakers that speak on subjects like REUs, career paths, grad school, and professional development.
- Other undergraduate student will have posters and presentations on research.
- Inspirational talks by inspirational women in physics to refuel your passion.
- Networking with student and faculty members across the nation!
With the health and safety in mind for all who are involved, due to COVID-19 there will be one international conference, and it will be held online. The 2021 southeast regional CUWiP will no longer be held at UCF. That being said we will still provide updates about the conference as we get them, and if there are any questions please feel free to contact us via our email.
WiPS from UCF is both honored and proud to be hosting the 2022 regional CUWiP!
This three day conference will take place from Friday, January 21st through Sunday, January 23rd. The CUWiP offers an excellent opportunity for further advance professional development of undergraduate women! Through hosting CUWiP, we will provide a place for women to gain a better understanding of various career options, allow them to interact with and learn from other female physicists from the southeast region, and to excite women about physics through presentations about the latest advances made in the field.