To submit any of these applications please email 

Creating Connections:

West Coast Women in Enginering Scince and Technology (WWEST) is holding the Creating Connections conferencefrom May 3rd-4th in Vancouver to support women in STEM. There are 8 spots for women worth 65$ each.

Apply here: by March 30, 2019.

* Creating Connections.pdf
Creating Connections Application


Graduate-Undergrad Research Mentorship Award:

Funding is available for one graduate woman mentor and one undergraduate woman mentee to jointly attend a research conference of their choice, in pursuit of research goals in 2019. Preference will be given to student pairs where the undergraduate has experience in the laboratory setting (e.g. research volunteer, USRA). The location and conference is be determined upon application, and can be used toward travel and conference expenses. This award is worth $1200 each.

Apply here: by March 20, 2019. Awardees will be notified by April 2nd.

* Graduate-Undergrad Research Mentorship Award.pdf
Graduate-Undergrad Research Mentorship Award


Grace Hopper Conference:

The 2019 Grace Hopper Conference is happening in Orlando, Florida from October 1st to 4th. There are several awards of at least $1600 for each woman to attend, graciously sponsored by the SFU School of Computing Science, the Faculty of Applied Sciences, and Allocadia .

Announcements regarding applying for these awards are sent to our maillist, please see our Get Involved page for information on signing up.

For more information about GHC please click here



The 2019 ACM Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing conference is in Toronto,  November 8/9 2019. For 2019 there are two awards to attend, generously funded by Allocadia, worth up to $800 each.

In addition to the Allocadia awards, School of Computing Science is providing 6 x $850 awards for students to attend CAN-CWIC. The awards are to cover travel and registration for up to $850 each. Accommodation and meals during the conference are included in the registration.

To apply, please click here

For more information on CAN-CWIC please click here