Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) Research Scholars Program
Deadline: Applications for next cycle will open February 2020
The objective of the GHC Research Scholars program is to increase the number of undergraduate women with an interest in computing research.The program brings undergraduates to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration and engages them in a unique, research-focused experience, providing them a mentor, networking opportunities, and advising toward graduate school and research careers in computing.
The program will utilize the availability of role models and existing programming at the Grace Hopper Celebration, while simultaneously providing guidance to research-interested students on how to navigate the vast offerings at the conference and opportunities to meet and interact with students and mentors with similar interests in small-group settings.
The program includes three gatherings of all Research Scholars and mentors (two breakfasts and a reception), as well as research-focused activities throughout the conference. Research Scholars are required to attend these (approximately 2-3 hours each day of the conference), and are also required to reflect on them. A complete list of required and suggested activities will be distributed to Research Scholars before GHC.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number (1246649). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
This scholarship is given to undergraduate students in the computer science and engineering field, who:
- Have completed at least one year of undergraduate study at the college level, and be majoring or planning to major in computer science, computer engineering, or informatics. We cannot support students after their graduation date.
- Are attending a US institution and/or be a US citizen or permanent resident studying abroad.
- Graduate students are not eligible for this scholarship.
- All applicants/participants must be 18+ years of age.
The 2019 application cycle is now closed.
Any questions on eligibility can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pending final funding, reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed by CRA after scholars attend the Grace Hopper Celebration.
1) Expenses CRA covers directly:
- CRA will directly cover the cost of the $450 student registration to the Grace Hopper Celebration. Selected Research Scholars will be provided a registration link and code, which must be used for their registration. Registrations completed outside of this process will not be reimbursed.
- All CRA-WP GHC Research Scholars will share a hotel room with another scholar. CRA will directly pay for the hotel room expenses; however, scholars must provide a credit card or debit card to the hotel upon check-in for any incidental expenses they may incur.
2) Expenses CRA-WP GHC Research Scholars incur and then request reimbursement after attending GHC:
- CRA will reimburse your actual reasonable travel expenses up to a limit of $350.00. Please save all your receipts, as you will need those when submitting your reimbursement request after GHC.
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Grace Hopper 2018 Research Scholars Passport
Participants of the CRA-WP Grace Hopper Celebration 2018 Research Scholars program utilized this passport to navigate the conference and have a better understanding of the activities that are provided for undergraduate students interested in Computer Science Research and Graduate School. The passport lists both required and suggested events.
The Grace Hopper 2019 Research Scholars Passport will be availaible a few weeks prior to the 2019 GHC Conference.