These stories offer a glimpse of the many ways in which faculty and students are addressing some of today's greatest challenges in the Earth and environmental sciences.
Kyoungjin Lee takes 3rd place at the 10th Annual Stanford School of Earth Sciences Research Review in the Poster Presentation division
The workshop, hosted by former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz, featured a panel on transportation, vehicles and fuel chaired by Sally Benson.
Congratulations goes to Orhun Aydin—2013 SPE Nico van Wingen Memorial Graduate Fellowship recipient. Candidates for the fellowship are current PhD students and active SPE Student Chapter members pursuing a career in academia. Students are nominated by the student chapter faculty advisor or department chair, and selected based on activities and contributions made in his or her research. Read More
Prof. Sally Benson awarded the Greenman Award at the 11th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies (GHGT11). The (GHGT) is the largest international CCS conference held every two years. The Greenman Award is granted at the GHGT Conference to an individual to recognize his/her vital contributions towards progressing the CCS technologies and enhancing the international understanding of the process of mitigating greenhouse gas emissions.
Thoughts from the Greenman Award Recipient, Sally Benson
Congratulations to Ekin Ozdogan for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis.
Congratulations to Husband and Wife Yifan Zhou and Xiaochen Wang for successfully defending their Ph.D. thesis.
Mahnaz Firouzi is awarded the SUPD Postdoc Research Award at the 2nd Annual SUPD Research Symposium.