Guidelines

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The Committee on the Status of Women in Physics welcomes your contributions to this list. However, like all Internet lists, there are a few guidelines which must be observed. Postings which stray outside these guidelines will be returned to the sender.

WIPHYS is a moderated list, and we reserve the right to delete posts which are of an inflammatory or defamatory nature, obviously off-topic or directed to one person only. Subscribers may not post anonymously to the WIPHYS list. You will be notified if a post you have written has been rejected for mailing to the list. Questions on this policy can be directed to the moderator.WIPHYS is a forum for the exchange of ideas and views by and about women in physics. While the recounting of personal experiences may occasionally be useful to illustrate more general points regarding women in physics and related fields, such accounts should be limited to cases whose specific relevance to the topic under discussion is made clear. Extended recitals of abuses suffered, without a specific conclusion to be drawn that is pertinant to a topic of discussion that is within WIPHYS' purview, do not advance WIPHYS' mission and will not be posted.

Quoting
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Privacy
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Note
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If you have any questions, please contact WIPHYS Moderator Sue Otwell at women@aps.org