WiSTEM2D Scholars Award

The Johnson & Johnson Scholars Award Program aims to fuel the development of female STEM2D leaders and feed the STEM2D talent pipeline by awarding and sponsoring women at critical points in their careers, in each of the STEM2D disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design. The awards will fund early to mid-career women working within a STEM2D university department. The goal is to fuel the research passion of the awarded women and inspire career paths in their respective STEM2D fields. Johnson & Johnson is looking to identify global women leading in both their research fields and leading as mentors, to be a vision for girls and other women in STEM2D.

Value: USD 150,000

Eligibility: Early to mid-career women and gender minorities working within a STEM2D university department at the time of application at an accredited academic university, institution or design school. Examples include a non-tenured assistant professor, assistant professor or associate professor. working in the field(s) of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D) are eligible to apply for the award.

Agency website: https://www.jnj.com/wistem2d

Note: These are limited submission self-applications requiring institutional endorsement. SFU can submit one nomination per year in each discipline. Institutional Strategic Awards (ISA) coordinates the internal selection of nominees. To promote equity, diversity and inclusion, departments and faculties should ensure that all eligible candidates are considered and given the opportunity to self-identify. To recommend a candidate to the President’s Advisory Committee on Awards, Honours and Prizes, please submit a candidate suggestion form by the internal deadline. For more information, please contact awards@sfu.ca.

Upcoming Deadlines

September 30, 2023September 30, 2023 Verified Date
June 15, 2023 Jun. 15, 2023 June 15, 2023 16:00:00 June 15, 2023 16:00:00 America/Vancouver Application Deadline: WiSTEM2D Scholars Award Supports women pursuing research in STEM2D (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing & Design). .