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Sigma Delta Epsilon, Graduate Women in Science

Sigma Delta Epsilon, Graduate Women in Science

Eloise Gerry Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)
Nell I. Mondy Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)
Vessa Notchev Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)
Sigma Delta Epsilon Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

PO Box 291
Avon, MA 02322
Ph: (919)668-1439
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.gwis.org

Eloise Gerry Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To encourage research careers in the sciences for women. Focus: Science. Qualif.: Applicant must be enrolled as a graduate student, or engaged in post-doctoral or early-stage junior faculty academic research, and demonstrate financial need. Criteria: Selection is based on scientific merit, fields of study and requested funding amounts.

Funds Avail.: Total of $14,494. Number Awarded: 4. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application from together with the abstract of the proposed project (maximum of 200 words, 12 point font, 0.75 in margins); a project proposal description; a proposed budget; two letters of recommendation (sent directly by the authors to fellowships [email protected], with the name of the applicant as the subject line); copies of animal/human subjects approval or collecting permits; an application process fee of $20. Send entire application (except the recommendation letters and fee) electronically as a single, complete PDF document with “SDE/GWIS Application” and applicant's name in the subject line to fellowships [email protected] gwis.org. Deadline: January 15.

Nell I. Mondy Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To encourage research careers in the sciences for women. Focus: Science. Qualif.: Applicant must be enrolled as a graduate student, or engaged in post-doctoral or early-stage junior faculty academic research, and demonstrate financial need. Criteria: Selection is based on scientific merit, fields of study and requested funding amounts.

Funds Avail.: Total of $3000. Number Awarded: 1. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application from together with the abstract of the proposed project (maximum of 200 words, 12 point font, 0.75 in margins); a project proposal description; a proposed budget; two letters of recommendation (sent directly by the authors to fellowships [email protected], with the name of the applicant as the subject line); copies of animal/human subjects approval or collecting permits; an application process fee of $20. Send entire application (except the recommendation letters and fee) electronically as a single, complete PDF document with “SDE/GWIS Application” and applicant's name in the subject line to fellowships [email protected] gwis.org. Deadline: January 15.

Vessa Notchev Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To encourage research careers in the sciences for women. Focus: Science. Qualif.: Applicant must be enrolled as a graduate student, or engaged in post-doctoral or early-stage junior faculty academic research, and demonstrate financial need. Criteria: Selection is based on scientific merit, fields of study and requested funding amounts.

Funds Avail.: Total of $14,494. Number Awarded: 4. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application from together with the abstract of the proposed project (maximum of 200 words, 12 point font, 0.75 in margins); a project proposal description; a proposed budget; two letters of recommendation (sent directly by the authors to fellowships [email protected], with the name of the applicant as the subject line); copies of animal/human subjects approval or collecting permits; an application process fee of $20. Send entire application (except the recommendation letters and fee) electronically as a single, complete PDF document with “SDE/GWIS Application” and applicant's name in the subject line to fellowships [email protected] gwis.org. Deadline: January 15.

Sigma Delta Epsilon Fellowships (Graduate, Postdoctorate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To encourage research careers in the sciences for women. Focus: Science. Qualif.: Applicant must be enrolled as a graduate student, or engaged in post-doctoral or early-stage junior faculty academic research, and demonstrate financial need. Criteria: Selection is based on scientific merit, fields of study and requested funding amounts.

Funds Avail.: Total of $10,489. Number Awarded: 3. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application from together with the abstract of the proposed project (maximum of 200 words, 12 point font, 0.75 in margins); a project proposal description; a proposed budget; two letters of recommendation (sent directly by the authors to fellowships [email protected], with the name of the applicant as the subject line); copies of animal/human subjects approval or collecting permits; an application process fee of $20. Send entire application (except the recommendation letters and fee) electronically as a single, complete PDF document with “SDE/GWIS Application” and applicant's name in the subject line to fellowships [email protected] gwis.org. Deadline: January 15.

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