Wichita State Physics - Diversity and Inclusion

Photo of two Physics students working together. APS Bridge Member Institution

Wichita State University is a member institution of the APS Bridge Program, a coalition of academic institutions that share a commitment to increasing educational opportunities for underrepresented minority physics students.

Though this affliiation the WSU physics office is actively working to improve diversity in the physics community, share innovative ideas, learn from leaders in the field, and promote awareness of the importance of diversity in physics.

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

The physics office is also working with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to help make our programs accessible and welcoming to all. (Photo below: Ambassadors for Diversity and Inclusion)

Photo of ambassadors for Diversity and Inclusion



The American Institute for Physics (AIP) National Task Force to Elevate African American Representation in Undergraduate Physics & Astronomy (TEAM-UP) has produced a Report with recommendations for Physics Departments.   Recently, the American Physical Society (APS) hosted a  webinar entitled, "From Passion to Action".