Past Program: New Scholars
Since 2006, 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. With more than 10 years, 50 grants, and ca $2.5 million investment, we have provided grants for family friendly policies, career skills, dual career issues, recognition awards, benchmarking studies, and boosting professional visibility through childcare grants.
In 2016, after a decade of programming, we have created a new program, Diversity in STM. Using a partnership model, Diversity in STM fosters the inclusion and advancement of both women and young people from underserved communities in science. Read more about our new programs.
- Learn more about the New Scholars 2006 – 2015
Past program - NS News
Research4Life’s HINARI program awarded Medical Library Association medal It’s 2003, and a 7-month pregnant woman is living in the bus… [Read more]
Gender Summit Asia-Pacific will explore why diversity is essential to science and society Scientists and journalists were shocked last week… [Read more]
Gender is now a criterion for grant funding in the new EU Framework Programme: Horizon 2020 Society today faces many… [Read more]
Cambridge University summit highlights challenges in chasing the still-elusive goals of equal representation and equal pay The theme of gender… [Read more]
San Jose, California, February 10, 2015 Four physicists and a mathematician have been named winners of the 2015 Elsevier Foundation Awards… [Read more]
As the year draws to a close, the Elsevier Foundation announces the grant recipients for the Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries and New Scholars programs. The… [Read more]
How to improve the leadership balance of women in science is a much debated area. Of the world’s researchers, just… [Read more]
In August, Elizabeth Pain of Science Careers covered critical role that childcare plays in boosting professional visibility for both female and… [Read more]