Composite image depicting Kalyani Jog, left, and Chi Nguyen receiving their third- and first place student awards, respectively.
Chi H. Nguyen and Kalyani Jog received the first- and third-place student award scholarships, respectively, at the 2018 Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Conference in Scottsdale, April 16-20.
Chi and Kalyani are both pursuing doctorates in environmental engineering, and both work in projects supported by the Semiconductor Research Corporation Engineering Research Center.
First place is worth $3,000 and third place is $1,000. The scholarships are awarded to winners of a student poster session that is held during the conference. The goal of SESHA’s Student Scholarship Program is to encourage students in environment, health and safety-related fields to pursue a career in the high technology industry.