Applicants of the Esther Ngan-ling Chow and Mareyjoyce Green Scholarship must identify as a woman or non-binary scholar of color from a racial/ethnic group facing racial discrimination in the United States. Applicants must be graduate students in the early stages of writing a dissertation that is sociologically relevant scholarship that addresses the concerns of women of color, domestically and/or internationally. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Domestic and international scholars are welcome to apply.
The winner will receive an $18,000 scholarship (for the academic year), a certificate, and SWS membership for one year. In addition the recipient will receive free registration for both the Summer and Winter Meetings, along with an additional $500 grant to enable attendance at the Summer Meeting and Winter Meeting provided in the form of a reimbursement. If the winner would like for the SWS Executive Office to book travel, the winner can contact the Executive Officer and the travel arrangements will be made out of the $500 travel grant money.