As the embodiment of pride in LGBT and STEM communities, each scholarship applicant and winner are offered a complimentary student membership in NOGLSTP and complimentary registration to its 2014 Out to Innovate[TM] Summit, a two-day career summit for LGBT students, faculty and professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to be held at Georgia Tech in November 2014.
For more information, visit the web site; send questions to David Crombecque, Ph.D., NOGLSTP scholarship program coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Although there is no specific documentation that Nightingale had physical homosexual relationships, she shared her emotional life primarily with other women and adamantly rejected any offer of marriage that came her way," NOGLSTP
NOGLSTP is proud to be a founding member of their Diversity Council.
NOGLSTP's mission is to educate the scientific and general communities about the presence and accomplishments of LGBT individuals in STEM professions.
Online scholarship applications will be available through the NOGLSTP website (www.noglstp.org) on April 1.
For more information, visit the website at www.noglstp.org or contact: Rochelle Diamond, Chair, at email@example.com or David Crombecque, Ph.D., NOGLSTP Scholarship Program Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.