Who Are We?

Undergraduate Women in Physics (UWIP) is a student-led group that supports MIT undergraduate students seeking a space to talk about the experiences of being a woman and/or being coded as a woman in physics, while acknowledging the diversity among people who have had these experiences.

Navigating this Website

Here, you can get up-to-date information on upcoming events, programs, and further resources. If you are looking to get involved with UWIP, please see the Contact page and join our mailing list!

You can find information about our UWIP - GWIP Mentorship program in the Mentorship tab on our sidebar. Applications to find a mentor open in early fall, so keep an eye on the deadline. If you have any questions, please email uwip-exec@mit.edu and we will get back to you.

New to UWiP: If you are an undergraduate student looking to ask specific questions abut graduate school, academia, or physics in general, you can now reach out directly to a graduate student to schedule a quick chat. More information can be found in the Mentorship tab.

For specific resources on applying to graduate school, internship and program announcements, and more, please check out the Resources tab on the sidebar.

Not an MIT Affiliate?

If you wish to get in contact with someone from our group's executive board, please send an email to uwip-exec@mit.edu. If you are a high school student looking for information about physics at MIT, check out the department website at https://physics.mit.edu.