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SWE Offers Registration Grants for WE16

The WE16 Giving Campaign raised money to create registration grants for WE16, grants used for discounted registrations & stipends for SWE members in need.

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SWE Offers Registration Grants for WE16

Through the generosity of the donors below, SWE is able to make WE16 Registration Grants in order to provide assistance to more SWE members (at both the collegiate and professional levels) to attend SWE’s Annual Conference, WE16, which will take place from October 27th – 29th in Philadelphia, PA.

Apply now for a registration grant.

Over 100 individuals participated in the WE16 Giving Campaign to raise funds to provide discounted registrations and stipends. Applications for WE16 Registration Grants are now open and will close on June 15, 2016.

Priority will be giving to professional members who are unemployed or collegiate members who do not have other means of funding conference registration (through section or school-based support). Award amount for professional members: 50% conference registration, $150 stipend, and one complimentary ticket to the WE16 Keynote Breakfast. Award amount for collegiate members: 50% conference registration, $100 stipend, and one complimentary ticket to the WE16 Keynote Breakfast.

Awards will be distributed no later than August 20, 2016. SWE’s Conference Advisory Board will judge applicants. All awardees must register for the conference by September 20, 2016. Awards are not transferable to future years and cannot be transferred from one recipient to any other individual.

Thanks to our donors!

Thank you to the following individuals who donated this past year to fund WE16 Registration Grants: Marge Inden (Board of Trustees), Colleen Layman (SWE FY16 President), Abigail Griffith, Aditi Rajagopal, Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan, Alberto Escobar-Ruiz, Alexandra Oliveros, alliance Nshamamba, Allison Colarusso, Althea Gill, Amy Kamperman, Anchit Rastogi, Andrea Gonzalez, Angel Albright, Angela Altimont, Anna Davis, Anna Ames, Arely Torres, Aryssa Medina, Ashlee Smith, Ashok Nagamuthu Muniyandi, Ashton Archer, Astrid Lavell, Autumn Douthitt, Ayodeji Odeniyi, Bailey Laban, Bernadine Garza Clark, Burton Korten, Caitlin Lahey. Camilla Silva, Cheryl Seals, Chiara Sauvage, Christine Yerkes, Danielle Nishida, Deepak Hingole, Diane Rink, Diane Norris, Digvijay Sawant, Elise Hough, Elizabeth Oricha, Elizabeth Halper, Emily Huber, Emily Dzurilla, Emma Head, Emmanuel Obi Michael, Erica Bassuk, Erin Eickman, Gina Rossi, Giovanna Rauchbach, Guruprasad Krishnan, Hannah Neitzke, Harsha Vardhan Gorla, Heidi Cole, Hillary Kahle, Hitesh P Rai, Hua Hua, Jacquelyn Sommers, Jennifer Lui, Jessica Furrer Chau, Jill Flood, Justine Cocchi, Karen Gilbertson, Karina Castro, Kathleen Galligan, Kaycee Hammond, Kimberly Bishop, Kowther Hussein, Leslie Dunn, Linda Wright, Liz Morrissey, Lucia Hernandez, Madhushree Ghosh, Marie Kendrick, Megan Leitch, Michelle Gonzalez, Mirjana Polovina, Mithun Rajaram, Natalia DeMartini, Natalie Hahn, Oluwadara Adegbite, Paulette Skowronek, Pooja Nanjannavar, Quin Garcia, Rachael Gardner, Radmila Polovina, Ravi Soni, Ruben G Savio, Sally Anne McInerny, Samantha Lott, Sandeep Pal, Sarah Dempsey, Sheena Neizer, Sidhanta Sahu, Srividya Sekar, Sue Kim, Suman Suresh, Susan Sharfstein, Suzanne Murphy, Tamara Thomson, Tara Krishnan, Teagan Baacke, Tera Tomasko, Tiffany Yang, Trefor Szabo, Veronika Pashkina, Visweswaran Muralikrishnan, and Whitney Burrell.

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