The Clare Boothe Luce Program is pleased to announce 11 grants totaling approximately $3.2M—six for undergraduate scholarships or research awards, three for graduate fellowships, and two for professorships. Established by Clare Boothe Luce in 1987, the Program offers research awards and tuition support to prepare young women to study and teach in the STEM disciplines, as well as five-year professorships for women early in their academic careers. A total of 87 women will benefit from these grants.
In addition to these 11 awards, the Program awarded approximately $4.4M in grants to the 13 institutions designated in Clare Boothe Luce's bequest to receive funds in perpetuity. We are pleased to continue our partnership with these institutions.
Image: Mt. Holyoke Professor Lee-St. John. © Michael Malyszko.