We are a student-based organization that holds weekly meetings consisting of discussions, demonstrations, guest speakers, and educating members and ourselves on the accomplishments of women in science. Our purpose is to foster a safe, welcome, and fun environment for all with an interest in physics and astronomy, encourage and empower women and minorities, and bring to light the contributions of women in STEM.

 We meet every Friday at 1pm in Natural Science Room 104 - Feel free to stop by!

Subscribe to our listserv through the following instructions: Send an email to listserv -at- listserv -dot- louisville -dot- edu with "SUBSCRIBE SWIPA your name" in the body of your email, replacing "your name" with your actual name, or if you prefer to remain anonymous, you may type "SUBSCRIBE SWIPA Anonymous".

You can also contact any of the officers on the officers page, or send an email to uoflswipa -at- gmail -dot- com if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

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1) Attend weekly meetings which are held every Friday at 13:00 (EST) in Natural Science Building Room 104. We also request members pay dues ($5) after their first couple meetings if they wish to become "Active members," but it is not required.

2) If you cannot attend weekly meetings, you can stay up to date by liking us on Facebook or subscribe to our listserv through the following instructions: Send an email to listserv -at- listserv -dot- louisville -dot- edu with the content in the body of your email "SUBSCRIBE SWIPA your name" replacing "your name" with your actual name, or if you prefer to remain anonymous, you may type "SUBSCRIBE SWIPA Anonymous".

Please feel free to contact any of the officers or send an email to uoflswipa -at- gmail -dot- com if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

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