The CCLE’s Mental Diversity
Scholarship Fund is intended to make it possible for worthy individuals with
a unique perspective to attend cost-prohibitive conferences, seminars, and
other events that raise cognitive liberty issues.
How to Apply:
Thanks to the generosity of
a CCLE donor, we are able to offer five
“CCLE Mental Diversity Scholarships” in conjunction with the upcoming
conference on “Human
Enhancement Technologies and Human Rights,” to be held at Stanford
University, Memorial Day weekend (May 26-28, 2006). Each scholarship
covers conference registration fees, and carries a small stipend ($100) to
help with travel costs for out of state awardees.
If you are a student, or
know someone else worthy but financially strapped, and who would benefit
from this unique opportunity to attend this conference, please follow these
Deadline March 30, 2006
Send a C.V./resume and a brief
description (not more than one-page) of your interest and your need to:
info AT cognitiveliberty.org by March 30th. Award recipients
will be announced via e-mail by April 15th.
Mental Diversity Scholarship recipient will be asked to complete a brief bio
for inclusion on the CCLE website and conference materials.