GHC Scholarship Grants enable students and faculty, who would not otherwise have the opportunity, to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). At GHC you can connect with other women in computing and innovative organizations, hear stories from peers and experts in computing, and get quality career advice specific to your needs.
- Undergraduate, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from around the world are encouraged to apply. The GHC Scholarship Grants for students typically cover all expenses for attending the conferencing including conference registration, meals, lodging, and fixed amount of travel reimbursement funds. GHC Scholarship grants for students are made possible by industry sponsors, a generous grant from the National Science Foundation, and individual donations.
- Faculty, at all levels, are also encouraged to apply. The GHC Scholarship for faculty covers conference registration only. Faculty scholarships are made possible by the Anita Borg Institute.
Applications are now closed. If you successfully applied for a scholarship, you will be notified of our decision on June 28.
If you have questions about the GHC Scholarship Grants please contact us.
View profiles of the 2014 GHC Scholarship Grant recipients.
GHC SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Nancy Amato, Texas A&M University, Co-Chair
Suzanne Matthews, United States Military Academy at West Point, Co-Chair
Jennifer Walter, Vassar College, Co-Chair
2014 GHC Scholarship Reviewers
Please note that as a U.S. based organization, we must comply with all applicable U.S. laws and regulations, including those regarding financial transactions with certain countries and individuals. We will contact you if these laws and regulations affect your scholarship or if we require more information to make such a determination.
You may obtain additional details regarding the laws and regulations referenced above by visiting the following web site: http://www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac/.