We are pleased to announce two new scholarship initiatives from WinCom. If you would like to further support these initiatives and future awards, please consider making a donation.
Women in Combinatorics, through the Equity and Gender Commission of the Mexican Mathematical Society (CEG-SMM), is pleased to announce the support of four scholarships with an amount of 500 USD each in order to encourage Mexican mathematical women to continue their graduate studies.
This scholarship is open to women (including non-binary, trans and queer people) who are finishing the last year of undergraduate studies and doing their thesis or in a degree process, preference will be given to women with a project in combinatorics (this not a prerequisite). This call gives priority to women identified as indigenous and belonging to groups with low representation in mathematical sciences, preferably from the province.
More information on how to apply is forthcoming through CEG-SMM, and will be linked here
We announce the support and provision of funding for six awards at partnered institutions across Africa, including AIMS South Africa, in order to support and encourage young women to pursue doctoral studies in combinatorics.
This scholarship is open to exceptional women mathematicians of colour with demonstrated financial need, who are currently applying to PhD programs throughout Africa. The money is a stipend of support rewarded for the dedication to their graduate studies, and aptitude for research.
More information on this initiative is forthcoming.
We would like to thank Elsevier for their generous award of the MSSF.