In addition, the program makes a number of grants supporting select initiatives that promote the education and professional advancement of women and Black, Latino/a, and Indigenous students and faculty in STEM disciplines.
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The Foundation is currently seeking Letters of Inquiry for proposals to create or develop equitable pathways to STEM graduate education. Submission deadline: June 1. Read more.
For other projects, interested grantseekers should send a letter of inquiry of no more than two pages to DEI@sloan.org
(Note: This program does not make grants to support initiatives in public or private schools at the pre-college level.)