FUTURE of Physics 2019
The goal of FUTURE is to support the ambitions of aspiring young women in physics, who will go on to become part of a diverse generation of scientific leaders.
Materials and Resources
Several of the most popular workshops during FUTURE are those related to preparing for applications for graduate school and fellowships. Here are the resources used during these workshops, along with some additional information:
Nominations and eligibility
We will accept nominations for FUTURE 2020 during the summer of 2020. Additional details and a link to the nomination form will be available here.
We welcome you to nominate outstanding rising junior and senior undergraduate women who are interested in pursuing a PhD in Physics & Astronomy. Rising juniors should have an interest in pursuing a PhD in physics and motivation to learn more about graduate education and opportunities. Rising seniors should be planning to apply to graduate school in the Fall of 2020 and have a demonstrated interest in physics research. We are committed to building a cohort that is diverse among multiple axes and strongly encourage nominations of women with identities that are historically underrepresented in physics.
All travel and accommodations are provided for FUTURE.
FUTURE Organizing Committee
David Hsieh, FUTURE Program Co-Chair, Professor of Physics
Mia de los Reyes, FUTURE Program Co-Chair, Astronomy graduate student
Marcia Brown, IQIM Program Administrator
Mika Walton, PMA Graduate Program Coordinator