Are you a Ph.D. or post-doctoral student in any eligible discipline (1)? L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Young Talents Programme is made for you!
To support you in your application, EUR G.E.N.E. and the Labex Who Am I? invite you to an online workshop on:
Thursday, February 18, from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Representing several disciplines, three 2020 laureates will come and talk to you about their experience, from the constitution of the file, to the impact on their professional life following obtaining this prestigious distinction.
More information on the L’Oréal Foundation website:
Detailed program:
  • Opening remarks by Prof. Jonathan Weitzman, co-director of EUR G.E.N.E.
  • Introduction on the program by Dr. Claire Deloche, Head of For Women in Science programs at the L’Oréal Foundation
  • Reminder of the instructions for completing the application and general advice on how to complete any funding request
  • Presentations by each 2020 laureate on how they prepared their application and the repercussions on their career
  • Q&A session

We recommend that you have already read the Program rules and started to collect or write your ideas for the application before the workshop.

(1) List of eligible disciplines indicated on the L’Oréal Foundation website:
  • Life and Environmental sciences
  • Physical sciences
  • Engineering
  • Mathematics, Computer science and Information sciences

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