Over the past nine years, our New Scholars grant program has contributed to the advancement of early to mid-career female scholars, helping them balance family responsibilities with demanding careers in science, health and technology.
As we come closer to celebrating our tenth anniversary, we have found it an appropriate time to take stock of our programs and activities, in order to ensure that our contributions to the lives of female scholars are both significant and unique. As a result, we are currently working on a renewed gender diversity program, together with key partners in the field of women in science, which will aim to reach scientists across the globe.
As we are busy outlining new directions for the Elsevier Foundation, we will not be issuing grant calls for 2015. Our new programs will be announced at the end of this year on our website and through our social media channels on Facebook and Twitter.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch via email should you have any further questions.
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