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Updated: September 16, 2019
Total number of tenure-track or tenured faculty
Number of women in tenure-track or tenured faculty positions
[Calculated] Percentage of women in tenure-track or tenured faculty positions
Total number of graduate students
Number of women graduate students
[Calculated] Percentage of women graduate students
Total number of post doctoral associates
Number of women post doctoral associates
[Calculated] Percentage of women post doctoral associates
Is there a family leave policy for graduate students? If so, describe.
The employee is eligible for family leave if the following criteria are met:
•The employee has worked for the University for at least 12 months - this time does not need to be consecutive and includes any past employment as a student, GA, non-student hourly, classified, etc.
•The employee has worked at least 1,040 hours during the 12 months immediately preceding the first day of leave.
Is there family health insurance for graduate students? If so, is it included in the stipend?
Family health insurance is not available through the university, but there are options through the county Larimer Health Connect
Do you have a Woman in Physics Group? If yes, please include link to their website if they have one.
Women in Physics student group:
Do you have a Physics Graduate Student Association? If yes, please include link to their website if they have one.
What other relevant student groups are there in your institution?
Has your institution ever hosted a Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics? If yes, which year?
Has your institution ever hosted an APS Climate Site Visit for Women and Minorities in Physics?
Please describe why someone applying to graduate school who is interested in a female-friendly department should choose your department.
The Physics Department encourages and supports the advancement of women in physics. We are dedicated to success for all of our students and support them in their efforts. Many women have taken leadership roles at CSU. We are proud to have a female dean for the college of Natural Sciences, Dean Jan L. Nerger and President of the University, President Joyce McConnell. The Women in Physics student group is active and includes involvement with graduate students. In addition to providing a forum for women's needs in the context of getting a BS in Physics, the group is also involved in community service. We continue to strive for ways to welcome, support, and enhance the professional development of women in physics and all groups that are underrepresented in physics.
Please include the name of faculty or staff member and an email they can be reached at for further questions.
Jacob Roberts, Jacob.Roberts@colostate.edu