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November 16-18, 2018
Google HQ and Stanford University, California
The APS Bridge Program and National Mentoring Community are efforts by APS to increase the number of physics degrees earned by students from underrepresented racial or ethnic minority groups. This conference will focus on strengthening mentoring relationships, building firm foundations for successful student experiences, and providing learning and networking opportunities on other topics related to diversity in physics graduate and undergraduate education.
All APS Bridge/NMC Conference participants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct for APS Meetings.
Travel and lodging support will be available for students and certain other attendees. Check back later for more information.
Mario Borunda, Brian Beckford, Andreas Bill, Stuart Brown, Ximena Cid, Geraldine Cochran, Salina Gray, Ramon Lopez, Casey Miller, Jon Pelz, Galen Pickett, Chris Porter, Julie Posselt, Talat Rahman, William Ratcliff, Tiffany Santos, Alison Saunders, Carol Scarlett, Keivan Stassun, Monika Schleier-Smith, Heather Thiry, Jenna Walrath, Larry Woolf
Registration will be open until October 31, or when maximum capacity is reached.
Any appropriate abstracts submitted by the deadline will be accepted for presentation, space permitting. The abstract submission deadline is October 15.
The American Physical Society Bridge Program (APS-BP) and the National Mentoring Community (NMC) are efforts by APS to increase the number of physics degrees earned by underrepresented minority students, defined by the project as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1143070. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.