Details: blackinphysics.org, EDI Seminar Series We hope that new … Annual events will be given full consideration, however, fund matching cannot be guaranteed. Join us for our second graduate admissions webinar! Physics EDI "All-Hands" General Meeting Thursday, Oct. 8, 20202 pm - 4:50 pm (EST). November 5-8, 2020 Fields Center, the LGBT Center, and the Women*s Center, work together to design programs that reach students across Princeton’s campus. 1-­‐2 sentence description. Sessions cover a wide range of topics including language, support services, and resources. Event coordinated by the Physics EDI Activities and Speakers Working Group. To register, contact your region's Ambassador or fill out this form: http://ow.ly/LTfU50CBIpO. Proposals for fall semester programs should be submitted by either of the two deadline dates in the previous spring semester (proposals will be considered over the summer months, depending on the timing of the event to take place). October 26-31, 2020 Applications for funding for mini-grant programs (up to $1000) will be provided on a rolling basis. Details: https://pics.princeton.edu/, Seminar Series on Equity, Diversity and InclusionThursday, December 10, 2020 at 4 pm (ET) It is adaptable across units and serves as a linkage between the co-curricular and curricular student experience in support of the overall educational mission. This event is dedicated to highlighting Black Physicists who have made lasting contributions to research, education, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. In this third joint physics society webinar, panelists will speak of their two-year study on the experiences of African American physics students. Research faculty and program directors play an essential role in mentoring students and learning strategies for facilitating student success. Please fill out this form to sign up to help. We provide full and gap funding opportunities to University departments and student organizations who propose events that are connected to the goal and mission of CCI. With admissions season on the horizon, we know you’ve got questions about applications, grad life, and what it’s like to do graduate physics research. Last year, ABRCMS engaged 5300+ attendees through scientific and professional development sessions, student presentations and networking opportunities. Align initiatives with Princeton University’s institutional D&I and anti-racism initiatives and programs; Reporting. Breakout sections will include current faculty members and graduate students from Physics/Astro/PPPL. As Dean of the College Jill Dolan says, “At Princeton, ‘diversity’ is more than a catchphrase. Get to know DEI @PU (.pdf) Get to know Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Princeton University Event participation coordinated by the EDI Graduate Recruitment Working Group, Physics/Astro/PPPL departments, and the Princeton Graduate School ADI Team. This event is open to any interested students and highly encourages participation from first generation/low income students and historically underrepresented groups. The Board of the American Physical Society believes that it is timely to reaffirm the importance of building a diverse and inclusive physics community, as expressed in the APS Joint Diversity Statement(link is external)(link is external) (Human Rights 08.2). I have been at Princeton since 2016, previously working in … We currently have ~50 members! If you have questions, email us at campusconv@princeton.edu. To learn more about Princeton's commitment to diversity, please visit the website Many voices, one future: An inclusive Princeton. We will have professional and social events, as well as community-building activities on twitter. Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 The D&I Framework provides a guide for how we engage our work within the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life and across the University. Click here for details about the Princeton Physics Ambassador Program. These internships will be running in 2021! Proposals for signature events are to be submitted via email to campusconv@princeton.edu. The Princeton Histories Fund is designed to support the exploration of “aspects of Princeton’s history that have been forgotten, overlooked, subordinated, or suppressed.” The goal of this initiative is to encourage a deeper and more nuanced engagement with our institutional history and to explore the legacies of that history at Princeton and beyond. Participation by Princeton Physics is coordinated by the Physics Graduate Recruitment Working Group and the Graduate School's ADI Team. 4 pm (ET), Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021Seminar Series on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, "The Time is Now: Findings from AIP's TEAM-UP Report to Increase the Number of African Americans with Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and Astronomy" with speaker Tabbetha Dobbins (Rowan University). “The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has been a critical partner in advancing institutional priorities especially related to enhancing the campus climate for students. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the academic year. Resources. The Department of Physics' Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) initiative is a department-wide call to action to combat racism, discrimination, and implicit bias in academia and our daily lives. On July 1, 2020, The Faith & Work Initiative joined Princeton … All those affiliated with the Princeton Physics community (undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, staff, researchers, and faculty) are welcome to attend. Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education Explore the education, mentoring and resources available to grow innovation … Preference will be given to proposals that 1. involve students/student groups that do not typically collaborate on programming and 2. are submitted at least two weeks in advance of the projected event date. EDI Seminar Series Prospective Ph.D. Seven topical days twill cover different aspects of physics. On June 10th, 2020, members of the Physics Department joined physicists and academics across the country for a Strike for Black Lives; a day for non-Black scientists “to engage in academia’s core mission to build a better society for everyone” by educating themselves and advocating for change in their communities. William C. Jones, Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Physics Register to receive the Zoom password: https://forms.gle/qr9jHReyTZYodte7A. EDI initiative "All Hands" Meeting 2 pm (EST), Thursday, December 3, 2020 All working groups should plan to present ~5-10 minutes of updates on their ongoing projects. Princeton University hosts Black History Month events that connect, educate and celebrate Prof. Wilsey will present a brief chronology for a near century historical interplay of the Black experience in the Princeton area with Princeton Physics (followed by Q&A). Signature event programs must be: 1. a public lecture/workshop This year, ABRCMS: The Virtual Experience will deliver timely and relevant content and activities tailored to the current times. As a result of their participation in DDA, students deepen their knowledge about identity, power, and privilege; learn best practices for meaningful engagement; and engage other peers in difficult conversations about identity. These events should create a forum for dialogue about the ways multiple aspects of our identities influence our interactions on campus and beyond. 306 Frist Campus Center We will introduce the book "Einstein on Race and Racism" by Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor. Recognized undergraduate student organizations should apply through the Projects Board. This seminar is open to all U.S. and international students and prospective applicants (do not have to be affiliated with Princeton to attend). Chartered in 1746 as the College of New Jersey—the name by which it was known for 150 years—Princeton University was British North … While PICS interns come from diverse backgrounds and a wide range of academic interests they are united in their desire to serve. Members of the Department faculty are also involved in diversity initiatives across the University, such as the Faculty Advisory Committee on Diversity, the Advisory Committee on Women’s Leadership, Princeton Summer Undergraduate Research Experience, and … The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) conference serves to equip, empower and energize participants for their academic and professional paths in STEM. https://princeton.zoom.us/j/94296404435  (Meeting ID: 942 9640 4435), TEAM-UP Report: The TIME is Now — Charting a Course to 20302 pm - 4 pm, Friday, November 20, 2020   Below are suggested areas of focus which organizations may wish to consider incorporating into their diversity and inclusion plan. The collective impact of these collaborations can be seen through a variety of programs including those listed below. You are not required to have all of the details of your event finalized prior to applying for funding. All working groups should plan to present ~5-10 minutes of updates on their ongoing projects. Source: www.princeton.edu. In partnership with Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) and the Office of the Dean of the College (ODOC), the Carl A. To address this, in 2008 Center for the Study of Religion (CSR) Director Robert Wuthnow proposed, and the Academic Planning Group endorsed, the founding of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative. D&I Framework Implementation and Assessment Committee (2018-19). Differences in race, ethnicity, … Grad Life @ Princeton PhysicsFriday, October 16, 2020 November 9-13, 2020 As a next step to the launch of the AIP's successful report, The Time is Now: Systemic Changes to Increase African Americans with Bachelor’s Degrees in Physics & Astronomy, the TEAM-UP project is organizing two workshops, several months apart to help departments begin implementing the report’s recommendations. This event was organized by the Princeton Physics EDI Initiative. SACNAS - The National Diversity in STEM Virtual Conference "The Campus Color Line" with author and UCLA professor Eddie R. Cole. The Outreach Psychologist is dedicated to using social justice frameworks and affirming models of care to create and support reparative and community-focused programming and to serve and support student communities of multifaceted, diverse, and intersecting identities, experiences, and values. Signature event program proposals are due on/by October 1, December 1, February 1, and April 1 of each academic year. And Princeton University said that the US Department of Education closed an investigation of the school’s diversity initiatives last month while Trump was still in office. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, Institute for Research and Innovation in Software for High Energy Physics, The Center for the Physics of Biological Function, https://www.aip.org/diversity-initiatives/bhm-wikithon, https://pics.princeton.edu/students#Critical%20Dates, https://www.aps.org/programs/minorities/webinars/teamup.cfm, AIP National Task Force to Elevate African American Representation in Undergraduate Physics & Astronomy, https://www.nsbp.org/2020-conference/2020-conference-home, https://www.2020sacnas.org/#platformvideo, https://princeton.zoom.us/j/95143456987(link is external), https://graddiversity.princeton.edu/prospective-phd-preview-p3, Click here for details about the Ambassadors Program, Cultural and Affinity Groups at Princeton, (AIP) National Task Force to Elevate African American Representation in Undergraduate Physics & Astronomy (TEAM-UP, The American Physical Society (APS) Board Statement on Racial Violence, Physics and astronomy departmental teams (Teams should include students, faculty and/or administrators at various levels), Departments committed to tackling barriers to African American student belonging and success in their departments using the TEAM-UP Report recommendations, Departments wanting help to build a framework for plans and actions that focus on African American student outcomes, How to get involved in implementation workshops, How to implement changes using the TEAM-UP report, How to take action at their own institutions. An inside look at the School’s work on important campus initiatives by our Acting Dean Mark Watson. Photo by Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy Princeton recognizes the importance of supporting a diverse and inclusive campus community; not only in our teaching and research mission but also in the way we do business. In addition, the Ambassadors host webinars and Q&A panels to introduce students to grad school and life as a graduate student. Who: We’re the Princeton Physics Recruitment Ambassadors, you’re the budding young physicist! Where: Join Zoom Meeting: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/95143456987(link is external)Why: Because you care about physics, and we care that you care about physics. Master in Public Affairs; Master in Public Policy ; Ph.D. in Public Affairs; Joint Degree Program In Social Policy; HMEI-STEP Fellowship Program; Certificates; JSI; SINSI; Beyond the Classroom; Career Development; Alumni Relations; … 4 pm, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 Submissions that do not include the required information may be subject to delayed funding. Signature event program proposals must include: Campus Conversations on Identities (CCI) Application. Click here for details about the Ambassadors Program (including individual Ambassador profiles). We hope that our scholarship and daily actions will be part of a larger movement that forges an alliance to unite people around human dignity. Decisions will be made within two weeks of each deadline date. (609) 258-0942odi@princeton.edu, © 2021 The Trustees of Princeton University, CPUC Special Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Black Justice League Student Activism Panel, Northeast Queer and Trans People of Color (NEQTPoC) Conference, statement of benefit to the campus community. Event participation coordinated by the Princeton Graduate School ADI Team. P3 is designed for prospective students to gather information on graduate education at Princeton University. As the American public confronts the institutional racism of our nation, we recommit ourselves to listening to and supporting Black and Brown scholars and creating a department environment where they can thrive. The Financial Literacy Initiative is a cross-campus group working to promote financial literacy among Princeton students. Signed by, Cole, an associate professor of higher education and organizational change at UCLA, will discuss his new book “The Campus Color Line: College Presidents and the Struggle for Black Freedom.” Focusing on the period between 1948 and 1968, the book illuminates the important role of college presidents — including Princeton’s Robert F. Goheen — in the unfinished struggle for racial equity in education and beyond. Our primary vehicles are through small group experiential … Workshop 1 (virtual) – January 28-29, 2021  Click to join the seminar:  https://princeton.zoom.us/j/93511620775 Physics Graduate Recruitment Town Hall meeting Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020 at 4 pm (EST)Speaker: Professor William Massey, the Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering.Join the seminar! The Diversity Committee now includes a postdoc and a graduate student representative. Conference Ambassador sign-up form: https://forms.gle/278Vu8THK6xK8Dhk8 Students attend this conference to present their research, enhance professional development skills, explore graduate schools, and network. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion @ Princeton Offices across campus are committed to ensuring a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and working environment at Princeton. To expand the faculty pipeline and bring diverse talents to the University, it is imperative to increase initiatives that support scholars and researchers broadly. Based on the recommendation of the CPUC Special Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Campus Conversations on Identities (CCI) was created as an initiative to support a series of public programs about identity and difference. At Princeton University, we believe that the highest levels of research, scholarship, and teaching are obtained only through the combined participation of people with a diversity of viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences. As part of efforts to increase the diversity and accessibility of graduate studies in ecology and evolutionary biology, Princeton EEB encourages students to apply to the EEB Scholars Program, in which talented students (EEB Scholars) will be selected from a competitive applicant pool and invited to Princeton University for a weekend program designed to give them the tools to … The Outdoor Action Program addresses this issue as a core value in every aspect of our programming. *For the purposes of logistics and fund transfers, individual students and unrecognized student organizations must be connected to either a University department/unit or recognized student organization to request funds. For more information: https://www.aip.org/diversity-initiatives/bhm-wikithon. We affirm that Black and Brown lives matter, and commit to ensuring that all members of our community feel valued and empowered to achieve their potential. For a list of the Month's Black history-related programs, click here. You can expect the same ABRCMS conference you have come to love – with opportunities to learn, share and connect with peers and experts – in a socially distant format. Extended Deadline: December 11, 2020 5:00 pm (ET)Apply to Participate in Implementation Workshops. All program proposals for signature events must be submitted at least three months prior to the date of the proposed/projected event. First and foremost, they are regional points-of-contact for any questions, comments, or concerns that arise during the application process. The American Physical Society (APS) Board Statement on Racial Violence(link is external)(link is external): Physics flourishes best when physicists can work in an environment of safety, justice, and equity. Lisa M. Scalice, Senior Department Manager. Coordinated by the Physics EDI Activities & Speakers Working Group, and the Physics and Astrophysics Departments. The Princeton University Department of Physics stands in solidarity with local, national, and global movements against systemic racism, which have been highlighted by the issue of police violence against Black people in the United States. What: A Zoom webinar where we’ll talk about graduate life, applications, and research at Princeton. 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