See maximum funding amount and funding details below
Applications closed on November 15, 2021
Approximate Offer Date:
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
The Chevron Fellowship supports PhD graduate research students focused on energy research. Proposals should focus on realizing scalable innovation in upstream, midstream, downstream in oil and gas production, and energy transition technologies such as:
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage
Hydrogen Production, Transportation, and Storage
Carbon Offsets (Measurement, Verification, and Validation)
Renewable Fuels & Advanced Mobility
Novel Geothermal Systems
Energy Storage Systems & Smart Grids
The Chevron Fellowship is part of the company’s University Partnership Program, which supports universities around the country by providing the necessary funding to better develop the future of the energy business. Fellowship awardees will be able to access Chevron stakeholders for industry perspective on their research topics.
FUNDING AND DURATION:
This graduate fellowship will provide six fellows with $115,000 in funding over the course of 18 months. The approximate period of the fellowship is January 2022 through June 2023.
The review process will be managed by Stanford's University Corporate and Foundation Relations group, in coordination with the School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences and the Precourt Institute for Energy. Fellowships will be granted by Stanford with input from Chevron (based on review of the proposals and resume of candidates).
Eligibility and Requirements:
Stanford doctoral students with a focus on energy research and currently in their second year or beyond are eligible. Proposals should be joint between the graduate student and their advisor.