Each Women in Science Giving Circle (WISGC) Award is $1,500.00.
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Undergraduate women applicants must generally be engaged in scholarship that clearly lies within a STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine)-related discipline. Special consideration will be given for undergraduates whose primary degree focus falls within a scientific discipline that has limited representation of women as role models. Applicants must have completed at least one semester at Wright State University. Applications will be considered for non-research based support if clear justifications can be made for how a WISGC award can help to overcome a perceived barrier (e.g. childcare costs, travel costs to present research, tuition costs, book costs, research funds) to success in the applicant’s chosen field.
Awards are deposited into the student's Bursar account before the fall term.
- A letter of support from a faculty member in your program.
- Complete the scholarship application
The application cycle will open in late February or early March.
Completed applications will be due April 3, 2020, by 5 p.m.
|2019||Rebecca Reese||Medical Laboratory Science|
|2019||Sara Walsh||Computer Science|
|2018||Melissa Kaufman||Nursing intending|
|2018||Rosa Tweed||Biological Science and Art|
|2017||Katelyn Adams||Mechanical Engineering|
|2017||Andrea Bell||Psychology, BNS|
|2017||Lauren Magee||Earth & Environmental Sciences|
|2017||Megan Reed||Biological Sciences|
|2017||Abigail Schmidt||Psychology, BNS|
|2017||Madison Yancey||Statistics, Computer Science|
|2016||Molly Donovan||Mechanical Engineering|
|2016||Kaylee Eakins||Biomedical Engineering|
|2015||Michelle Bricker||Computer Science|
|2015||Melissa Ward||Biological Sciences|
|2014||Lauren Shafer||Biological Sciences|
|2012||Arlene Maliekal||Exercise Biology|
|2012||Amanda M. Sherwood||Exercise Biology|
|2012||Elizabeth E. Stayrook||Biological Sciences and Chemistry|
|2011||Kelsey Danner||Earth & Environmental Sciences|
|2010||Alyssa Fosnight||Engineering Physics/Mathematics|
|2008||Jennifer Englemann||Computer Science and Engineering|