51 Pegasi b Demographics

51 Pegasi b Demographic Data

In this page, you can access Applicant Demographic, and Fellow Demographic data about the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship program.

Applicant Demographics

The 51 Pegasi b Fellowship program began collecting basic demographic data from all applicants beginning with the  2018-2019 program cycle.  The Foundation is committed to monitoring the operation of its application, review,  and  award  processes  to  identify and address  any  inequities  based  on  the  gender,  ethnicity, race  or educational legacy of applicants.  The  gender,  ethnicity,  and  race  information  is similar to  that  requested  by  the National  Science Foundation in its proposal process. The submission of this information is optional and does not affect an applicant’s eligibility for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship.

Male: A personal conception of oneself as male, regardless of sex assigned at birth.
Female: A personal conception of oneself as female, regardless of sex assigned at birth.
Nonbinary/Nonconforming: A personal conception of oneself as both male and female, or neither male or female, regardless of sex assigned at birth.

Hispanic or Latino: A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.

First-Generation College Student: A student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree.

Fellow Demographics

The 51 Pegasi b Fellowship program began in 2016 and has now completed five operational cycles. Here we present aggregated demographic information for the 42 fellowships awarded to date, including gender, ethnicity, race, and educational legacy. Submission of this information was voluntary.

Male: A personal conception of oneself as male, regardless of sex assigned at birth.
Female: A personal conception of oneself as female, regardless of sex assigned at birth.
Nonbinary/Nonconforming: A personal conception of oneself as both male and female, or neither male or female, regardless of sex assigned at birth.

No fellows have identified as Nonbinary/Nonconforming.

Hispanic or Latino: A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.

First-Generation College Student: A student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree.

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