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2017 AWIS New Jersey Women in STEM Mentoring Excellence Award.

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 Association for Women in Science recognizes that mentoring impacts not only the direct beneficiaries, but also induces a ripple effect.  At our dean-littinaugural awarding event, meet these successful women panelists and hear their stories about how mentoring has impacted their professional growth.

Dr. Jacquelyn Litt is the recipient of 2017 Association for Women in Science, New Jersey Women in STEM Mentoring Excellence award.

Dr.Jacquelyn Litt is the Dean of Douglass Residential College and the Douglass Campus and Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies and Sociology. Dr. Litt has a distinguished record of scholarship, teaching, and administrative service that focuses on women’s issues.She is a national expert on faculty mentoring and consults on mentoring program development around the country.

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2015 AWIS-NJ STEM Scholarship Winners

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The Scholarship Review Committee congratulates the winners for their efforts and performance in the Scholarship Competition considering these winners among the finest young women of scientific aptitude that New Jersey can offer.
1st place:    Shweta Modi, Edison High School, Edison, NJ
2nd place:  Katherine Chew, Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, NJ & Francesca Gualano, High Point Regional High School, Sussex

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Scholarships are given to New Jersey women in their senior year of high school who undertake a science, technology, engineering, or math course of study in the college. Like each year, this year also, applicants from all parts of New Jersey applied. For winners we look for especially high academic performance, activity in a wide variety of extracurricular activities and exceptional support from their recommenders.
Winners also wrote well written, thought-provoking essays enlightening our review committee about the lives and aspirations of our applicants, and about the accomplishments of inspirational New Jersey women scientists.