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Academic Support

Questions about classes, research and research centers. 

  1. DO YOUR RESEARCH - The NYU Physics page has many links to programs, course descriptions, events, and faculty (including their lab and research pages). 
  2. TALK TO US - Fill out the contact form, come to a meeting, or find another undergrad or grad student (depending on the question at hand). We have many members who are at a wide variety of stages in their career, and can offer a range of perspectives. 
  3. ASK A PROFESSOR - Have a very specific question that you know can be answered by someone specific? Feel free to ask a professor here. Send them an email first to make sure they have a minute to talk (or ask the question in the email if it's short and doesn't require a lot of discussion) and then pay them a visit! The NYU Physics Department prides itself on its friendly, open door policy, so don't be shy!

Personal Support

We at WiPhy strive to bridge the advantage gap between those in the gender minority and the gender majority here in the NYU Department of Physics. If for any reason you feel that someone is infringing on your right to equal treatment or protection, please do not hesitate to tell someone, including us. It can only help.

  1. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - Please take it upon yourself to review your Title IX rights to know when they are being infringed upon. There are plenty of outside resources as well as NYU-specific contacts for serious, on-campus offenses. It is important for the equal treatment of everyone within the Physics Department for people to know what their boundaries are.  
  2. TALK IT OUT - If you have experienced any form of harassment, please don't be afraid to tell someone. If you're not sure who to talk to, feel free to contact one of us for a one-on-one meeting. We're here to make you feel heard.
  3. BE PROACTIVE - Particularly with micro-aggressions and unprofessional comments and behavior for academic settings, people who may commit these acts are often not one-time offenders. Letting them know that what they're doing is wrong helps them grow as a person, and helps prevent the same thing from happening to someone else.

Have something to say? We're here to listen.  

Schedule a one-on-one meeting with one of us, either by contacting someone directly, or through the contact form.

We at WiPhy strive to bridge the advantage gap between those in the gender minority and the gender majority here in the NYU Department of Physics. If for any reason you feel that someone is infringing on your right to equal treatment or protection, please do not hesitate to tell someone, including us. It can only help.

A meeting with a WiPhy member can be as off the books as you'd like it to be. If you need to talk, either ask for someone specific in the message box, ask for a peer (and specify whether you're an undergrad or graduate), or ask to see a professor.

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Contact Us 

Email: wiphy@nyu.edu
Phone: +1 212-998-7700
Fax: +1 212-995-4016

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