FeSTEM Women: Next Door Mentors. The call for nominations is now open

Oct 15, 2020 | News

There are a lot of amazing women working in the field of STEM. To acknowledge their career and achievements, FeSTEM is preparing an annual list of “FeSTEM Women: Next Door Mentors”. The call for nominations is now open. This is your chance to nominate someone you respect and admire!

Do you know great women in STEM who should be included in our list? Is there someone with a fascinating career, which can inspire other female researchers?

Let us know via https://forms.gle/1duAmtcGoSH8Lzvt6, tag us in your social media accounts and use hashtags #festemwomen, #nextdoormentor, #erasmus, #festemchallenge, #womeninstem,  #festem

The following female researchers in STEM are eligible for nomination: Ph.D. student, postdoc, young professional, faculty member, entrepreneur.

Feel free to submit as many names as you wish! (if you’d like to nominate multiple women, you will have to submit one form per nomination).

Self-nominations are also welcomed!

The deadline for submissions is January 31st, 2021.

We will announce the annual list of “FeSTEM Women: Next Door Mentors” on February 11th, 2021 to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

We look forward to receiving your nominations!

Wishing you all the best,

FeSTEM team

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