Carnegie Mellon University

Constructive Interference: Women and Minorities in Physics is a group within the CMU Department of Physics which is dedicated to supporting women and minorities, providing opportunities for connection and discussion, and advocating for inclusive practices.

Started in 2016, Constructive Interference welcomes graduate students, postdocs, faculty and staff of all genders and identities who are passionate about the inclusion of those who have traditionally been excluded from the physical sciences.

Constructive Interference typically meets biweekly during the semester. All who are interested in Women and Minority issues, particularly in the field of physics, are welcome to come! To learn more about Constructive Interference: Women and Minorities in Physics events and discussions, join our mailing list.

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