- Applicant eligibility will be limited to women, and will include any faculty who are in or beyond their third year at Wright State.
- Requests for funding must be need-based, and applications must convincingly demonstrate how the research project/scholarship meets the stated goals of the WISGC.
- Applicants must clearly articulate how their work fits within the scope of a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)-related discipline. Ideally, candidates for WISGC awards will be engaged in scholarship that naturally has a fundamental dependence upon scientific research for success in one’s discipline.
- Application materials must document how a WISGC award will make a difference that impacts career advancement for the applicant, increases the impact of the applicant’s research, and/or accelerates research productivity toward achieving publications, grant funding, promotion, or advancement into an administrative position.
Finished applications are due March 9 by 5 p.m.
Adrian Corbett, Ph.D.