This workshop will bring together theoretical astrophysicists to address issues regarding the role of magnetohydrodynamics in the star formation process. Over the past 20 years, a working paradigm of star formation has been constructed, and many aspects of the theory have been verified by (or are at least consistent with) astronomical observations. Magnetic fields control much of the physics, including the formation of star-forming condensations in molecular clouds, the formation of the clouds themselves, the subsequent evolution of the pre-collapse states, magnetic braking effects, the production of turbulence and hence accretion in circumstellar disks, and the
production of protostellar outflows. This workshop will focus on this class of issues.