About the scholarships
Up to Five (5) awards of $3,000 will be awarded. To be eligible for one of these awards, the candidate must be enrolled in a graduate-level program at an accredited academic institution at the time of the award (Fall 2023). Applicants from any country are eligible. The subject of study is flexible and can be anything related to the use or promotion of geothermal energy. In general, each awardee will be required to submit a paper on his/her research (or research progress) to be published in the GR Transactions and deliver results at the Geothermal Rising Conference as either a poster or oral presentation. If the recipient is unable to attend the conference, a digital option may be coordinated.
Applications must include:
- Copies of undergraduate, graduate, and all relevant college transcripts.
- Up to two (2) letters of recommendation from academic and/or professional reference(s).
- A reflective essay (maximum 3 pages) discussing the applicant’s background, career goals and objectives, with particular reference to applicant’s relationship to geothermal energy research and/or development. Please list any geothermal-related student activities, classes, and/or field experiences that you wish to be considered. The essay should include how the applicant intends to use the scholarship money in furthering their geothermal pursuits.
All applications and nominations must be received no later than Sunday, June 30, 2023 to be considered.