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Matilda’s report from CUWiP 2019

Matilda Chalk (2nd year Mathematical Physics student) recently attended the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) UK in the Department of Physics at Oxford University with support from the School’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. This highly successful annual event is hosted by the The Oxford Women in Physics Society, and brings together undergraduate women …

Highlights from the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Three 4th-year physicists from the University of Nottingham recently attended the fourth Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) UK in the Department of Physics at Oxford University. This annual 3-day conference is hosted by the The Oxford Women in Physics Society. It was a unique opportunity for networking and sparking discussions between 100+ female …

Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day 2017

We’re pleased to be hosting two events in honour of Ada Lovelace Day:  an annual international event celebrating achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and math.  (We’ve spoken previously about Nottingham native Ada Lovelace and her contributions to computer science here). Admission free, all are welcome! Where can a physics degree take you? In …