Physics Equity & Inclusion interest form
This form is to express interest in joining the Stanford Physics Department Equity & Inclusion Committee for the 2018-19 academic year. The committee formed in 2016 to look broadly at identifying areas to improve opportunities and the experience in physics for all members of the community and for people from all backgrounds and identities. Committee members include faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduates. In early 2018, the faculty approved a 5-year strategic plan, developed by the E&I Committee, to guide our work. The committee will meet approximately monthly, and also organizes events, collects data, and does other work to educate ourselves and the broader physics community about barriers to equity in physics and how to improve inclusion for all members of our community.

We welcome members of the Stanford physics community from all backgrounds and identities to join! If you are interested in joining the committee, please fill out the form below. If you are not able to commit to joining, but have feedback about any aspect of our work, issues you would like to see addressed in the department, or experiences with department climate that you would like to share, we encourage you to fill out this feedback form:, which can be done either anonymously or under your own name, or to contact the chair of the committee (Prof. Risa Wechsler), or any member of the committee. The 2017-2018 members of the committee are listed here:

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Your position at Stanford
Briefly describe your interest in joining the committee, including any perspective you would bring or specific areas you would like to work on.
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Are you generally available for meetings Tuesday 9:30-11am (held roughly monthly)?
Very roughly, how much time do you think you could devote to the work of the committee? (e.g. 1-2 hours per month, 3-4 hours per week).
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Anything else?
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