Maria Goeppert Mayer Award
|Scholarship / Financial aid: $2,500 plus a $4,000 travel allowance |
Deadline: July 1, 2012
Open to: women during the early years of their career, not later than ten years after the granting of the Ph.D. degree
To recognize and enhance outstanding achievement by a woman physicist in the early years of her career, and to provide opportunities for her to present these achievements to others through public lectures in the spirit of Maria Goeppert Mayer. The award consists of $2,500 plus a $4,000 travel allowance to provide opportunities for the recipient to give lectures in her field of physics at four institutions and at the meeting of the Society at which the award is bestowed and a certificate citing the contributions made by the recipient. The award will be presented annually.
Establishment & Support
The award was established in 1985 through sponsorship by the General Electric Foundation (now the GE Fund).
Rules & Eligibility
This award is to be given to a woman during the early years of her career, not later than ten years after the granting of the Ph.D. degree, for scientific achievements that demonstrate her potential as an outstanding physicist. The lectures must be given at institutions within the United States or its possessions within two years after the award is made. Nominations are active for three years. The nominee must not have received her PhD earlier than ten years prior to the nomination deadline.
Nomination & Selection Process
The deadline for submission of nominations for the 2013 prize is July 1, 2012. The nomination package must include:
ĽA letter of not more than 5,000 characters evaluating the nominees qualifications.
In addition, the nomination should include:
ĽA biographical sketch.
ĽA list of the most important publications.
ĽAt least two, but not more than four, seconding letters.
ĽUp to five reprints or preprints.
There may be additional requirements for particular prizes and awards. Please read the rules carefully.
To complete a nomination click here for the electronic form. Letters can be signed electronically (for example, using an embedded facsimile) or physically. In the latter case, they should be digitally scanned. Filenames should include the name of the nominee.
Please contact Shelly Johnston for information on submitting updated material for nominations held-over from the previous selection process.
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