2020-09-04: InPHi Undergraduate Physics/Engineering Scholarship to Jakob

InPHi Undergraduate Physics/Engineering Scholarship

Scholarships Awarded for LGBTQ+ STEM Students
National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals Announces Inphi Undergraduate Physics/Engineering Scholarship Winner

Pasadena, CA, September 4, 2020 — Today, the National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP) is proud to announce the winner for the 2020 Inphi Scholarship in Physics and Engineering.

A $5000 scholarship was awarded to Alexa Jakob who is a junior at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, majoring in Electrical Engineering. Her career objective is to be a hardware engineer. Alexa has won the Society of Women Engineers GE Women’s Network Scholarship among others, and is the President and founder of oSTEM@Cooper and the President of Cooper Union section of SWE.

About InPhi Corporation
Inphi is a leader in high-speed data movement specializing in data movement interconnects between and inside data centers. Inphi offers semiconductor components and optical subsystems for their networking original equipment manufacturer (OEM), optical module, cloud and telecom service provider customers. The company prides themselves in its execution, people, innovation, and customers. The company embraces open communication and treats each person with respect. Visit https://www.inphi.com/ to learn more about InPhi.

NOGLSTP was established in 1980, incorporated in the state of California in 1991, and was granted IRS 501 (c) 3 nonprofit status in 1992. NOGLSTP is a professional society that educates and advocates for LGBTQ people in STEM. NOGLSTP presents educational symposia and workshops nationwide and fosters dialog with other professional societies, academia, and industry to facilitate diversity and inclusion in the workplace. NOGLSTP is an affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, is a participating professional society member of MentorNet®, a sustaining member of the National Postdoctoral Association, a member of the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Institute Presidential Advisory Project’s Coalition, a partner with the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium, a partner of the Society for Women Engineers, a sustaining partner of the National Postdoctoral Association, and a founding member of the E-Week Diversity Council. For more information, visit the website at www.noglstp.org or contact scholarships@noglstp.org.