The Scientista Foundation (“Scientista”) and Perricone MD Announce Extension of Born Seekers Fellowship Application Call

Scientista and Perricone MD announces the extension of the Born Seekers Fellowship application period. The application deadline has been extended to December 28th, 2018.

The Scientista Foundation
Dec 18, 2018

Scientista and Perricone MD announces the extension of the Born Seekers Fellowship application period. The application deadline has been extended to December 28th, 2018.

The Born Seekers Fellowship highlights the achievements of women in STEM (undergraduate through professional). Applicants submit a 3-minute video describing their scientific story, obstacles overcame, and the broader impacts of their research. This fellowship is open to undergraduate, graduate students (Masters and Ph.D. level) , and young professionals who are United States citizens or permanent residents. One fellowship will be awarded in each of the before-mentioned policies.

Winners will receive $20,000 and an all-expense paid trip to Scientista’s annual symposium, where they will give their award winning talk. There are 4 awards available.

“We are incredibly pleased to offer women in STEM the opportunity to tell their own stories, and to highlight their achievements. So often women do not promote their own achievements,...

About The Scientista Foundation 

The Scientista Foundation is the largest network of college and graduate women innovating science, technology, engineering, and medicine (STEM). Scientista works with student leaders to increase the number of women studying and pursuing careers in STEM by increasing the visibility of women in STEM and by strengthening communities for women in STEM. Scientista has a monthly newsletter, blog, annual events, and a large network of campus chapters across the nation. For more information on The Scientista Foundation and how to get involved, please visit our website.

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