Current Fellowship Sponsors

Schlumberger

SLB

Schlumberger partnered with the Ken Kennedy Institute to annually award two supplemental fellowships to well qualified graduate students. This program evolved over the years from an undergraduate supplemental scholarship program to a graduate student supplemental fellowship program supporting talented students that exhibit leadership and research talent in their chosen field.

Past Recipients:

2019/2020

  • Ye Emma Zohner, Statistics

2018/2019

  • Jaeho Lee, Computer Science

2017/2018

  • Ewa Nowera, Electrical & Computer Engineering

2016/2017

  • Xin Huang, Computer Science
  • Ali Mousavi, Electrical & Computer Engineering

2015/2018

  • Simbarashe Dzinamarira, Computer Science

2014/2015

  • Alina Sbirlea, Computer Science
  • Javier Villarreal, Mechanical Engineering

2013/2014

  • Zhuhua Cai, Computer Science
  • Eleazar Marquez, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

2012/2013

  • Azalia Mirhoseini, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Devin Grady, Computer Science

2011/2012

  • Corina Serediuc, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Xu Li, Computer Science

2010/2011

  • Samantha Summerson, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Drew Bryant, Computer Science

2009/2010

  • Sanda Lefteriu, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Travis Martin, Computer Science

2008/2009

  • No award made

2007/2008

  • No award made

2006/2007

  • Elica Skorcheva, Sophomore Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Kelsey Beach, Junior Mechanical Engineering

2005/2006

  • Heather Johnson, Junior Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Kelsey Beach, Junior Mechanical Engineering

2004/2005

  • Gina Upperman, Junior Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Sarah Burkhart, Junior Mechanical Engineering

2003/2004

  • Elspeth Simpson, Junior Computer Science
  • Christine Ambrose, Junior Mechanical Engineering

2002/2003

  • Anne Christian, Junior Computer Science
  • Katherine Streit, Junior Electrical & Computer Engineering

2001/2002

  • Sarah Densmore, Junior Mechanical Engineering
  • Ginger Walden, Junior Electrical & Computer Engineering

The Rice Ken Kennedy Institute is located on the campus of Rice University inside Duncan Hall. Click the map below for directions.

Rice Map

For additional information, contact us at:

Rice University
Ken Kennedy Institute
6100 Main Street, MS39
Houston, Texas 77005

phone: 713-348-5823
email: kenkennedy@rice.edu