Supporting More Female PhD Scholars to Bridge the Gender Gap
Women's participation in research in Africa remains low, makes up only 30% of the science community. RSIF has set an ambitious target for women representation of 50% among its PhD scholars based on a commitment to gender equality.
In Brief: RSIF PhD Students - Cohort 3
102 scholarships awarded from more than 2500 applicants:
47% university faculty
11 RSIF African Host Universities
5 priority thematic areas for a prosperous Africa
- RSIF Cohort 3 applicants have been contacted. The official announcement will be made by mid-May 2021.
- RSIF Cohort 4 call for applications to open soon!
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
RSIF Calls for Innovative Project Proposals
Apply in French or English:
- (PASET-RSIF) Obilia JO, Lei H, Ayieta EO, Ogacho AA, Aduda B, Wang F (2021), Improving Efficiency and Stability of Tin-Based Perovskite Solar Cells by Anilinium Hypophosphite Additive. New J. Chem. 31 March 2021
- (PASET-RSIF) Gahamanyi N., Song Dae-Geun, Yoon Kye-Yoon, Mboera L., Matee Mecky I., Mutangana D, Amachawadi R.G., Komba E, ,Pan Cheol-Ho, Antimicrobial Resistance Profiles, Virulence Genes, and Genetic Diversity of Thermophilic Campylobacter Species Isolated From a Layer Poultry Farm in Korea, Front. Microbiol., 29 March 2021
RSIF scholarly works are available on the RSIF repository here.
RSIF PhD students have published 39 works in the 5 priority thematic areas
FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS
SCHOLARSHIPS AND TRAINING
CALL FOR PAPERS AND CONFERENCES
ONLINE RESOURCES AND DISTANCE LEARNING
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