Making Physics Inclusive & Equitable

The APS Making Physics Inclusive & Equitable series is focused on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Upcoming webinars

Anti-DEI Legislation in Florida
Monday, October 2, 3:00 p.m. ET
(Florida members especially encouraged to attend)
University of Florida Law Professor Katheryn Russell-Brown, a legal scholar of race and criminal law and author of a recent paper examining the impacts of HB7 on the higher ed classroom, will address the current situation in Florida.
Register today

Anti-DEI Legislation Across the United States
Wednesday, October 4, 3:00 p.m. ET
PEN America Freedom to Learn Program Director, Dr. Jeremy C. Young, an expert on the current state of anti-DEI legislation across the country, will speak to the overall state of play across all states where anti-DEI legislation has been introduced.
Register today

Find upcoming events on the APS Meetings Calendar.

Making physics inclusive & equitable webinar library

Towards Gender Equity: New Directions & Steps - Scientific Talks
November 12, 2021

Towards Gender Equity: New Directions & Steps - Panel Discussion
November 11, 2021

Impact of Research Security Concerns: Regarding China on the Physics Community

Moving the Needle: Supporting Black Students' Academic Success

TEAM-UP Report: The TIME is Now — Charting a Course to 2030

Removing Barriers: Physics in HBCU, MSI, and PBI Communities

From Passion to Action: Levers & Tools for Making Physics Inclusive & Equitable

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