The University of Arizona is excited to host a CUWiP 2024 in the Southwest. CUWiP @ UArizona will be held from Friday, January 19th to Sunday, January 21st, 2024 at the iconic Biosphere 2

CUWiP registration is now closed.
Arizona local site registration is now closed.

The Details

About CUWiP

The American Physical Society (APS) Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) are three-day regional conferences held simultaneously throughout the United States and Canada for undergraduate physics and astronomy majors. The goal of APS CUWiP is to help undergraduate women continue in physics by providing them with the opportunity to experience a professional conference, information about graduate school and professions in physics, and access to other women in physics of all ages with whom they can share experiences, advice, and ideas. The national and local organizing committees of APS CUWiP strive to create a welcoming environment for all, including undergraduate women and gender minorities.

CUWiP has become incredibly popular. In order to maximize the number of CUWiP participants we can accommodate, we will allocate participants to sites based on travel logistics and site capacity. Please do not purchase travel or plan to be at a specific site until you receive an email confirming you have been accepted to a specific CUWiP site.

In total, there are 14 CUWiP 2024 sites, including UArizona. Below are the other sites located in the US and the Canada site.

Boston College & Wellesley College Clemson University
City University of New York, Graduate Center Georgia Institute of Technology
Missouri University of Science & Technology Montana State University
Stanford University & SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Tulane University
United State Military Academy, West Point University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
University of Pennsylvania University of San Diego
West Virginia University

These conferences are supported in part by the National Science Foundation (PHY-1346627, PHY-1622510, and PHY-2012033) and by the Department of Energy (DE-SC0011076). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or the Department of Energy. Further details are available on the APS conference website.