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Do you identify as a woman or gender minority graduate student or postdoc and want to expand your network, discover collaboration opportunities, receive mentor and professional development training, and support others seeking leadership roles? If so, then please consider participating in Advancing Graduate Leadership (AGL) activities!
AGL is a new program where APS has partnered with the Heising-Simons Foundation to provide opportunities for women and gender minority graduate students and postdocs to:
AGL is led by an advisory board made up of women from many different professional backgrounds at varying levels in their careers. The advisory board members guide the activities and priorities of AGL to ensure that the program meets its goals in supporting women and gender minority graduate students and postdocs.
The activities within AGL are open to individuals who do not identify as cisgender men. We encourage participation of cisgender women, gender non-binary individuals, and transgender individuals.
Data on this page is provided by the AIP Statistical Research Center (women in physics report)