Thanks to the generosity of the family of Jamie and Michael Lynton, the Andrew Levitt Center for Social Emergency Medicine is pleased to announce a new scholarship supporting three medical students and three residents to attend a groundbreaking invitational consensus conference, “Inventing Social Emergency Medicine,” on September 14-15, 2017, at ACEP’s headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The purpose of this conference is to establish the intellectual underpinnings of the nascent field of Social Emergency Medicine. The Levitt Center for Social Emergency Medicine, in collaboration with the Emergency Medicine Foundation and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), has received funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to conduct the conference. Lynton Scholars receive airfare and accommodations and will have the opportunity to not only attend but also be actively involved in the publications and supplements arising from the conference. We received an unanticipated - and extraordinary - number of applications for the six scholarships. The commitment among all the applicants to SEM was remarkable, and the excellent qualifications and recommendations from all candidates spoke to serious and genuine dedication to this emerging field.