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PAST EVENTS

Strategies for Navigating Imposter Syndrome with Emy Cardoza

Have you ever felt like you aren't as smart as others think you are? Or that you're only successful because you're "lucky"? You could be experiencing Imposter Syndrome. In this workshop, we will unpack strategies for recognizing and navigating Imposter Syndrome, particularly for women in the sciences. 

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Where:

Remotely, over zoom

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When:

Friday at 2PM
December 3, 2021 

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What:

Join the Director for Global Diversity Education and Faculty Engagement from the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation for a workshop.
Participants will discuss practical techniques for combating feelings of self-doubt and building confidence in our work.
To register, please visit: https://nyu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ucuihqTsrGtfZxN4IZOgMhaoSb6zKhzmx
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

Halloween Mixer

All interested in knowing more about NYU's WiPhy are welcome to join us in person, wear costumes, carve pumpkins, and celebrate being a woman in physics. 

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Where:

726 Broadway, Room 1067
New York
NY 10003

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When:

Friday at 3:30PM
October 29, 2021 

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What:

Come meet the members of WiPhy! We will host a pumpkin carving contest, hand out candy, and make friends. Costumes are encouraged but not required. 

Making Hertz-story

All interested in knowing more about NYU's Department of Physics are invited to watch a recording of the event here for a Q&A session, and celebrate being a woman in physics. 

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Where:

Sign up for the virtual roundtable is available here

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When:

Monday, March 8, 2021: International Women's Day
3:00PM to 4:15PM EST 

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What:

This Q&A is aimed towards prospective NYU physics students within the gender minority. Information on student life, research, and resources will be shared, followed by a panel discussion with a range of select faculty and students, including our esteemed director. High school students and undergraduates are strongly encouraged to stop by!

Inclusive Language Practice

Presented by Sooah Kwak and Chandani Patel

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Where:

Virtually over Zoom. Please sign up for the mailing list or contact us in order to receive a zoom link.

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When:

Friday, November 20, at 2PM.

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What:

Sooah Kwak, from the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs at New York University, will be leading a workshop on the importance of inclusive language in creating a space of belonging. Come and learn how can everyone of us contribute to creating a professional, friendly, diverse and all inclusive environment. Participants will walk away with beginner tools to create space for multiple identities and strategies for navigating various situations. Everyone is welcome to join.

Panel: Glennys Farrar

Observations and Reflections on Five Decades as a Woman in Physics

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Where:

726 Broadway, Room 1067
New York City, NY 10003

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When:

Friday, December 13, 2020 at 4PM.

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What:

Glennys R. Farrar is a professor of physics at New York University who specializes in particle physics, cosmology and the study of dark matter. More information about her research can be found here. She will be giving a talk about her experiences as a physicist, and will be open for questions afterwards for those seeking academic and professional advice. There will be light refreshments available for attendees.

Fall Mixer

Welcome New Members! 

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Where:

726 Broadway, Room 1067 (not pictured) 
New York City, NY 10003

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When:

Friday, October 18, 2020 at 4 PM.

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What:

A mixer for all women in physics! It is open to female-identifying individuals in physics, regardless of age, meaning everyone from undergrads to professors are welcome. There will be food and friends :)

NYU WiPhy Kick-Off Event

General Interest Meeting

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Where:

726 Broadway, Room 1067 
New York City, NY 10003

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When:

Friday, May 3, 2019 at 4PM.

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What:

The inaugural event of NYU Women in Physics group. Come and join us to celebrate women in physics!

Address

726 Broadway, Room 1005
New York City 
NY 10003

Contact Us 

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

Links

NYU Physics Department
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