|Graduate Women in Physics|
The MIT women in physics undergrad-grad mentoring program is a friendly, casual, supportive, and fun way for undergrad women in the physics department at MIT to spend about one hour per month chatting over coffee, ice cream, or lunch with someone who's survived being a physics major too!
We will pair up one or two interested undergrads with each grad student mentor, and give her money each month to take you to lunch. It's that simple! If you've ever wished you had someone to give you a little advice about finding a good UROP, answer your questions about what grad school is like, or just assure you that you'll make it through even though you feel overwhelmed with one too many problem set to finish -- all over an ice cream sundae -- then this program is for you.
For mentees (undergrads):
If you are an undergraduate woman in physics (or a first year who intends to declare physics) and interested in seeking a mentor for the current year, please apply when we send out the application to UWiP (about once a term.) If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
For mentors (grads):