Each academic year, the endowment will provide $10,000 awards to several outstanding graduate students working on energy systems research led by the Energy Institute, Cockrell School of Engineering, McCombs School of Business, Jackson School of Geosciences, and Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.
“Fostering education and research that will transform global energy systems is central to the Energy Institute’s role at UT.”
— Brian Korgel, Director, Energy Institute
“Fostering education and research that will transform global energy systems is central to the Energy Institute’s role at UT,” said Brian Korgel, director of the institute and the Rashid Engineering Regents Chair. “The Chevron Energy Graduate Fellows Awards are an investment in UT’s continued leadership in this key area.”
Brian Korgel (right) with Eric Sirgo from Chevron
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