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Jun 19 2014

Earth Sciences Grads Urged to Make Earth their Business

Boxiao Li Boxiao Li receives his PhD hood from Energy Resources Engineering advisors Prof. Hamdi Tchelepi (left) and Prof. Sally Benson.  Boxiao Li was among the graduates from the School of Earth Sciences who heard Dean Pamela Matson say during commencement ceremonies: "In our school, we know that planet Earth is our business." (Photo Credit: Stacy Geiken) ENLARGE PHOTO

Jun 5 2014

ERE Student Awards 2014 Announced

Ramey

Awards are given out each year to ERE Students in three categories. The Henry J. Ramey, Jr. Fellowship Award recognizes the most prominent research student in the department. Frank G. Miller Fellowship Award recognizes the top student each quarter in course performance. It is awarded three times each year to a student selected on grade performance and research productivity from the preceding quarter. The William H. Brigham Memorial Award recognizes a student, or a staff member, who contributes their time generously to improve the lives of others. It is an award for department citizenship.

May 8 2014

ERE students write about Trustee decision to divest from coal companies

ERE students respond to the Stanford University Board of Trustees’ decision to not make direct investments of endowment funds in coal-mining companies.  MORE


Upcoming Events

Aug 18

Modern Well Test Analysis (Aug 18-20, 2014)

8:30 AM
Energy Resources Engineering
Aug 18

Thermal Recovery Summer Short Course (August 18-21, 2014)

8:30 AM
Energy Resources Engineering
Aug 25

Reservoir Simulation Shortcourse (August 25-29, 2014 )

8:30 AM
Energy Resources Engineering
Oct 27

SPE Outstanding Award

Stanford is SPE 2014 Outstanding Student Chapter Recipient (OSC)

This prestigious Society of Petroleum Engineers award is the highest honor to a student chapter and recognizes those that display exemplary efforts in industry engagement, operations and planning, community and social outreach, and more.

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