Zonta Mobility Scholarship for Female Master Students
The organization provides support for the stays abroad of two young female scientists.
Lekha Pezhumkattil, a student of the Master’s in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, has received a mobility grant of EUR 3,000 from the Zonta organization. Zonta is a social club that works for the interests of women and girls. The Zonta Mobility Prize is awarded every two years and is intended to give a young female scientist the opportunity to gain experience abroad. In the case of Pezhumkattil, the amount is to be used for her year abroad in Sweden:
Lekha Pezhumkattil in Sweden
“I would like to thank you very much for your nomination as a Zonta laureate. I am currently in Sweden and I will complete my Double Degree in Experimental and Medical Biosciences in cooperation with Linköpings University this year. Furthermore, I have the opportunity to do a research internship in the field of orthopedics.” – Lekha Pezhumkattil
Zonta announced a recognition award of EUR 250 for Nadine Freistetter for another excellent application. The student of the Master’s in Technical Environmental Management and Ecotoxicology was very happy to receive support for her stay abroad:
(from left to right) Dr. Ingeborg Geyer, President of the Zonta Club Vienna I in the biennium 2016/2018 and member of the jury for the Zonta Mobility Scholarship 2018; MMag. Eva Presoly-Ney, initiator of the Zonta Mobility Scholarship and co-responsible for the implementation of the Zonta Mobility Scholarship 2018; Nadine Freistetter; Dr. Ulrike Blaseio, President of the Zonta Club Vienna I in the biennium 2018/2020 and member of the jury for the Zonta Mobility Scholarship 2018
“The ZONTA Mobility Scholarship is a great way for my achievements to be recognized and an incentive to continue pursuing my goals. I am very grateful for this support from the UAS and the ZONTA Club.” – Nadine Freistetter
Zonta has 30,000 members worldwide and, among other things, a permanent base in the UN.