Energy Institute fellowship applications due June 7
The Texas A&M Energy Institute has again received funding from ConocoPhillips to provide graduate fellowships in recognition of outstanding research in energy.
The broad objectives of the fellowships are to reward excellence in energy research, promote future research that is important to our energy future, and encourage students to pursue careers in energy.
The fellowships are open to any graduate student engaged in energy research in any part of Texas A&M University and enrolled at the College Station, Galveston or Qatar campuses. The Texas A&M Energy Institute will award up to eight $5,000 fellowships for a one-year term beginning Sept. 1. The deadline for application submission is June 7.
For more information, contact Robyn Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Texas A&M Energy Institute was established to engage in basic, applied and applications research and technology development, demonstration and deployment across the entire spectrum of energy-specific resource domains that will be required to guarantee that our nation's energy future is secure. EI will conduct research both within specific energy resource domains and at the connected boundaries of multiple energy resource domains to exploit the enormous benefits inherent in an integrated approach to the production and utilization of our country's vast energy resources.
EI brings together all energy-related activities in the A&M System under a single umbrella organization. The institute fosters energy education and training, and is the portal for those outside of the university to find and engage those inside the university to help solve energy-related problems. The vision of the Energy Institute is to be the best in the world working with industry to define and solve energy problems.
The Texas A&M Energy Institute is jointly operated by the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and Texas A&M University.