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  • Title: Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to Content.. Faculty for the Future.. LATEST NEWS.. Schlumberger Foundation Call for Applications for the 2013-2014 Faculty for the Future Fellowships.. The Schlumberger Foundation is accepting applications for the 2013–2014 Faculty for the Future Fellowships:.. - from September 10th to November 16th 2012 for new applications (at 12 PM Central Time);.. - from September 10th to November 9th for renewal applications (at 12 PM Central Time).. The Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future program, launched in 2004, awards fellowships to women from developing and emerging economies to pursue PhD or post-doctoral studies in the physical sciences*, engineering and technology at leading universities abroad*.. The long-term goal of the Faculty for the Future program is to generate conditions that result in more women pursuing academic careers in scientific disciplines thus contributing to the socio-economic development of their home countries and regions.. The Faculty for the Future program is growing each year and has become a powerful community of 257 women scientists from 62 countries.. Grant recipients are selected as much for their leadership capabilities as for their scientific talents.. Ultimately they are expected to return to their home countries to continue their academic careers, to further their research, to  ...   Future grant application.. Candidates must hold an excellent academic record and be able to evidence their commitment to teaching, research or using science in public policy advocacy.. Candidates should demonstrate leadership skills and have a track record in encouraging young women into the sciences.. * Related disciplines may also be awarded.. For example, awards in biological sciences are limited to interdisciplinary research between physical and biological sciences.. *In a developed country.. All information on eligibility criteria and the application process can be consulted.. here.. If you believe you are eligible, please apply on-line as of September 10th, 2012 at.. www.. fftf.. slb.. com.. Meet Some of the Faculty for the Future Fellows.. Happy Magoha.. Chemistry.. Tanzania.. Folasade Mayowa OLAJUYIGBE.. Nigeria.. Chavalmane Subbenaik SANMATHI.. India.. Tendai GADZIKWA.. Zimbabwe.. Hazar SALAMA.. Nanotechnology.. Sudan (Republic of).. Maria SEGOVIA-SALCEDO.. Botany.. Ecuador.. Nada Albunni.. Computer Engineering.. Other.. Jenny HO.. Chemical Engineering.. Malaysia.. View All Faculty for the Future Fellows.. Home.. About Program.. New and Renewal Grant Application Process.. FAQ.. Contact.. User login.. Username:.. *.. Password:.. Request new password.. Download the Faculty.. for the Future film for PC (wmv).. for the Future film for MAC (mov).. © 2007 - 2010 Faculty for the Future |.. Privacy Policy..

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  • Title: Grant Application Process | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: Grant Application Process.. General Information.. Last year the Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future program receiced 556 eligible applications.. 63 of them received an award.. Faculty for the Future Grant: Eligibility Criteria.. Note: The Schlumberger Foundation reserves the right not to consider or further process applications from applicants whose country of citizenship and/or residence is a country under embargo.. To be eligible to apply for this fellowship applicants must meet the following criteria:.. You:.. - are a female and are a citizen of a developing country or emerging economy.. You are not eligible to apply if you hold dual citizenship of which one is citizenship of a developed country*;.. - are preparing for a PhD, or postdoctoral study in the physical sciences, engineering and related disciplines;.. - are enrolled, admitted or have applied to a host university/research institute abroad (applications are no longer accepted where an individual has not yet applied to a university).. If you are applying for a sandwich course the final degree must be awarded by the University abroad (not from the home country university);.. - have a proven track record of teaching experience;.. - hold an excellent academic record;.. - can demonstrate active participation in faculty life and outreach programs to encourage young women into the sciences ;.. - are willing to contribute to the socio-economic development of your home country and region by strengthening the faculties in your home universities, pursuing relevant research, or using your specific expertise to address public policy matters.. If you do not meet the above criteria, please DO NOT apply for a grant, as your application will not be retained in the selection process.. *Faculty for the Future focuses on developing and emerging countries.. Qualifying a country as advanced, developing or emerging, is a complex and often controversial topic.. Faculty for the Future does not draw on one single source or list but constitutes its eligible country list from a number of sources which allows incorporation of development status with regard to science, gender and education for example.. The most significant source drawn upon is the UN Human Development Index (HDI) including their Gender Development and Gender Empowerment Indexes as well as indicators of adult  ...   upload their recommendation letters until November 23rd, 2012.. General tips to help you:.. - Make sure you meet the eligibility criteria and the application deadline;.. - Plan ahead! Producing a qood quality application takes time and final selection is based in part on the standard of your application and accompanying materials;.. - Have a clear strategy.. Make sure all parts of your application form an integrated whole.. Your application should highlight aspects about you and your career that will give the reviewer a focused yet well-rounded view of your candidature;.. - Read and follow the instructions carefully.. The instructions are your guide to producing a comprehensive and and competitive application;.. - Information regarding available funding from other sources (fellowships, scholarships, sponsorships…) should also be provided.. A successful application will have gone through four selection rounds, with the reviewers paying particular attention to the following criteria:.. - Academic performance;.. - Quality of references;.. - Quality of host country university;.. - Level of commitment to return to home country;.. - Commitment to teaching;.. - Relevance of research to home country;.. - Commitment to inspiring young women into the sciences.. Be sure to read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).. E-mails requesting information already included in the FAQ section will not receive a response.. Renewal Grant Application Process.. If you are a Faculty for the Future Fellow who is in transition from a PhD to Post-doctoral research, please make sure you go through the New grant application channel, and not the Renewal grant application channel.. Eligibility.. Obtaining a Renewal grant is not automatic.. Renewals are largely subject to performance, self-evaluation, and recommendations from your current supervisor (preferably host and home) as well as availability of funding.. Strong evidence that other sources of funding have been explored should be indicated, especially if you have already received one renewal grant from Faculty for the Future.. How to apply:.. When to apply for the 2013-2014 Faculty for the Future renewal Fellowships:.. The on-line system will be receive RENEWAL APPLICATIONS from September 10th to November 9th, 2012.. No renewal application will be accepted after November 9th, 2012.. The renewal applicant's referees will be able to upload their recommendation letters until November 16th, 2012..

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  • Title: View All Faculty for the Future Fellows | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: Zakia ABIDI DJENNAH.. Electronics and Electrical Engineering.. Algeria.. Ilham EL MONIER.. Petroleum Engineering.. Camila Ribeiro CARDOSO.. Mechanical Engineering.. Brazil.. Maha ABUHAFEETHA.. Architectural Engineering.. Israel-Palestine.. Susana ADDO NTIM.. Civil and Environmental Engineering.. Ghana.. Mercy Afadzi.. Physics.. Arezoo ARDEKANI.. Material Engineering.. Iran.. Novi Ineke CEMPAKA WANGI.. Indonesia.. Charlotte Kendra Gotangco CASTILLO.. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.. Philippines.. Vivien Suphandani DJANALI.. Fatma Nazli DONMEZER.. Turkey.. Olga DUDCHENKO.. Biophysics.. Ukraine.. Nada EL TAHIR.. Geophysics.. Sudan.. Maryam GOLABCHI..  ...   Betty PURWANDARI.. Maria Del Carmen RODRIGUEZ-VALLARTE.. Mathematics.. Korakot SOMBATMANKHONG.. Thailand.. Patricia MUNOZ-ESCALONA.. Venezuela.. Euis Tintin YUNINGSIH.. Geology.. Janine NUNES.. Trinidad and Tobago.. Martha Beatriz ALVAREZ ELIZONDO.. Ruth AMUTA AISABOKHAE.. Agriculture.. Jeanne Therese Hilario ANDRES.. Isil AYRANCI KILINÇ.. Nana Ama Kum BROWNE.. Folasade DAHUNSI.. Zoila Luz EPOSSI NTAH.. Dawn FOX.. Guyana.. Princess NWANKWO BROWN.. Nada HASHMI.. Xiuhua SI.. China.. Saira HASHMI.. Carolina SOTO.. Colombia.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. next ›.. last »..

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  • Title: About Faculty for the Future program | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: About Faculty for the Future program.. Role models for the next generation.. Faculty for the Future fellowships are awarded to women from developing and emerging economies who are preparing for PhD or post-doctoral study in the physical sciences and related disciplines at top universities for their disciplines abroad.. Launched by the Schlumberger Foundation in 2004, the Faculty for the Future community now stands at 257 women from 62 countries, and grows steadily each year.. The long-term goal of the Faculty for the Future program is to generate conditions that result in more women pursuing scientific disciplines.. Grant recipients are therefore selected as much for their leadership capabilities as for their scientific talents, and they are expected to return to their home countries to continue their academic careers and inspire other young women.. Eligibility criteria and application process instructions can be found at.. Faculty for the Future Community.. Over the past few  ...   face to contact in an informal conference setting.. These forums provide a unique opportunity to interact, share research and life experiences, advance on topics such as the relationships between gender, science and socio-economic development and, more importantly, they are events where friendships are built and moral support is mutually offered.. In addition to these forums, several smaller informal gatherings are also organized.. Faculty for the Future 2011 Biography Booklet (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Conference Proceedings 2010 (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Conference Proceedings 2008 (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Flyer (pdf).. Faculty for the Future poster (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Facts and Figures (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Examples of Typical Disciplines Awarded (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Map (Countries of Citizenship vs.. Countries of Study) (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Map (Fellowhips in Progress vs.. Fellowships Completed) (pdf).. Faculty for the Future Map (Host Universities in 2012) (pdf)..

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  • Title: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).. Am I eligible if I hold dual citizenship of which one is citizenship of a developen country?.. No.. You are not eligible to apply if you hold dual citizenship of which one is citizenship of a developed country.. Am I eligible to apply if I'm preparing for a Master's degree?.. Only students who have applied to, have been admitted to, or are currently enrolled in a university abroad to pursue a PhD or a Post-doctoral course can apply for a Faculty for the Future (FFTF) grant.. Am I eligible to apply if I have already started my PhD or Post-doc?.. Yes, you can apply even if you have already started your PhD or Post-doc.. Am I eligible to apply if I am already living in a developed country?.. If you are a citizen from a developing or emerging country but resident in a developed country for the purpose of studying, you are eligible to apply.. Am I eligible to apply even if I plan to pursue my PhD or Post-doc in my home university?.. The FFTF program aims to give the opportunity to scientific women from developing and emerging countries to pursue a PhD or a Post-doc in the best universities abroad.. However we sometimes accept 'sandwich programs' where students spend only a part of the grant year in a university abroad.. Why is my country not on the list when the IMF or other source lists it as a developing country?.. Faculty for the Future focuses on developing and emerging economies.. Qualifying a country as advanced, developing or emerging is a complex, and often controversial, topic.. Faculty for the Future does not draw on one single source or list but constitutes its eligible country list from a number of sources which allow incorporation of development status with regard to science, gender and education for example.. The most significant source drawn upon is the multi-variable UN HDI including their Gender Development and Gender Empowerment Indexes as well as indicators of adult educational levels.. The Faculty for the Future country list is reviewed every year and levels of development fluctuate, so a country may be on the list this year and not on the list next year, or vice versa.. Am I eligible to apply if I plan to pursue my PhD or Post-doc in a university of another developing or emerging country?.. If you've been accepted in a university of excellence you are eligible to apply, even if the university is not in a developed country.. Is there a list of host universities accredited to the FFTF program?.. However, you are encouraged to apply to the best universities abroad in your discipline.. The university you will be accepted in will be taken into account in the decision process.. Which disciplines are eligible?.. Eligible applicants are preparing for PhD or Post-doctoral study in the physical sciences, engineering and related disciplines.. Awards in biological sciences are limited.. Please see.. Examples of Typical Disciplines Awarded (36  ...   it necessary to make notarial attestations?.. No, it's not mandatory.. Is there an age limit?.. Women of any age are eligible to apply.. However, the selection process takes into consideration the number of active teaching years remaining after the PhD or post-doc has been obtained.. If I bring my family with me to the host country, will the Schlumberger Foundation financially support them?.. FFTF grants are based on actual expenses to be incurred by the student only.. Expenses typically include tuition and required university fees; an estimation of accommodation costs; a living allowance (for food, books, and supplies, medical/insurance cover, childcare, transport costs); and a budget for travel, visa, and conference expenses.. This can be up to USD 50,000 per year (but includes Tuition fees).. Note that the maximum grant award for a Post-doc is USD 40,000.. After submitting my application on-line, can I access and modify it before the closing date?.. You can update your application and save it as often as you like before submitting it.. Once it has been submitted it cannot be changed anymore.. Your referees will then receive a notification e-mail asking for a recommendation letter.. I've just submitted my application, what else am I expected to do?.. When will I be informed of the selection results?.. You should wait for results to be delivered.. The results are usually available on the application Web site by the end of March every year.. Awarded applicants will then receive a personal e-mail.. Unsuccessful applicants will usually receive a formal letter by the end of April.. How are grant recipients selected?.. The selection process includes five rounds:.. First round.. : Is based on compliance with eligibility criteria such as country of origin, discipline and overall quality of application.. Non-compliant applications are eliminated.. Second round.. : The first shortlist is reviewed based on scoring of the following criteria:.. Third round.. : The second shortlist is reviewed by the Schlumberger Foundation scientific committee with a focus on quality of research proposal, scientific interest and relevance to home country.. Fourth round.. : The final shortlist of candidates is interviewed by telephone by members of the Schlumberger Foundation Board of Trustees.. Final round.. : Selection of grant recipients by Schlumberger Foundation Board and Executive Director.. Why is a particular candidate not selected?.. The competition is intense for a limited number of awards.. Individual correspondence cannot be engaged in nor can reasons be given to individuals who are unsuccessful.. Typically, applicants are unsuccessful due to the following reasons:.. - Poor quality of the application or incomplete application (especially in the personal essay and project statement sections);.. - Failure to meet eligibility criteria;.. - Insufficient evidence of commitment to return to home country or to teaching;.. - Insufficient qualification level (the Schlumberger Foundation only funds PhD and Post doctoral programs).. If you receive an elimination letter, and if you believe you can significantly improve any or all of the factors highlighted above, you are welcome to re-apply on-line the following year..

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  • Title: Contact | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: You can leave a message using the contact form below.. Your name:.. Your e-mail address:.. Subject:.. Message:..

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  • Title: User account | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: ».. TEST.. User account.. Log in.. The community web pages are reserved for Faculty of the Future members only.. Username or e-mail address:..

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  • Title: Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: Aicha MOUSSAOUI.. Chieze IBENECHE.. Indira Abdel Rahman Mohamed MAHMOUD.. Naa Dedei TAGOE.. Earth Sciences.. Na XU.. Dyah Ekashanti Octorina DEWI.. Lina Maria VALENCIA.. Zoology..

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  • Title: Grant Application Process | Faculty for the Future
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  • Title: View All Faculty for the Future Fellows | Faculty for the Future
    Descriptive info: Margarita VARON.. Edu INAM.. Kissa KULWA.. Emily Benice Ngubia KURIA.. Kenya.. Arul Mani Shanthi ARUMUGAM.. Elizabeth MARTÍNEZ GÓMEZ.. Astronomy.. Paula MEJIA VELASQUEZ.. Zahiraniza MUSTAFFA.. Rr Happy Primita NOVANDA.. Dade NURJANAH.. Dyah Ayu Mira OKTARINA.. Medical Sciences.. Yasaman SHADROKH.. Sindhu SURESH.. Nangula Paulina UUSIKU.. Namibia.. Parinda VASA.. Swathi ADINDLA.. So-Hye CHO.. South Korea (Republic of)..  ...   Paytsar MURADYAN.. Armenia.. Rebecca NAKATUDDE.. Uganda.. Maryia NUDNOVA.. Belarus.. Maria Laura PEDANO.. Argentina.. Maria Isabel ROCHA GASO.. Anna SEMIENOVA.. Russian Federation.. Olga SHAMARDINA ERMAK.. Banafsheh ZAHRAIE.. Elham MOHAMMED KHAIR.. Sujata RAY.. Marcia BRAGATO.. Ova CANDRA DEWI.. Ifeyinwa Eucharia ACHUMBA.. Carina Ester COLOMBI.. Alia DAMAYANTI.. Maria Veronica D'ANGELO.. Maria FIGUEROA.. Ibiyinka FUWAPE.. « first.. ‹ previous..

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    Descriptive info: Jane GORE.. Ismudiati Puri HANDAYANI.. Lindsay LINZER.. South Africa.. Erees Queen MACABEBE.. Radhika MADHAVAN.. Dewi MAIRIZA.. Olive Modestine MAKAM KOM.. Cameroon.. Nur Ulfa MAULIDEVI.. Dzifa Lena MENSAH.. Zohra MOKEDDEM.. Ran QI.. Hauwa Onize RAJI.. Irma Yolanda SANCHEZ CHAVEZ.. Shirin SHARIFI KHOBDEH.. Pinyu WU.. Min YU.. Hilda ISMAIL.. Deborah AJAYI.. Eyiwunmi AKINSANMI.. Suman ANAND.. Sobia Abid D/o Qazi Anwar Ahmed.. Heyddy CALDERON-PALMA.. Nicaragua.. Pelin CANDARLIOGLU.. Bridget CHUKUALIM.. Sierra Leone.. Rosana COLLEPARDO-GUEVARA.. Ana Paulina GOMORA-FIGUEROA.. Saima HASHIM.. Sheeja JAGADEVAN.. Zegbeh JALLAH.. Liberia.. Xiaoxu KANG.. Witri Wahyu LESTARI.. Taryn MORRIS.. Tuyeni Heita MWAMPAMBA.. Sidrotun Naim.. Environmental Sciences.. Esther NGUMBI..

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