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SGF: Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science & Engineering

About SGF

The multi-year Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science and Engineering (SGF) supports exceptional incoming and continuing doctoral students in the natural and social sciences, education, engineering, and the basic sciences in the School of Medicine.

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Students must be nominated by an eligible department to be considered for a SGF. Most nominees are newly admitted students in the sciences or engineering.

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Departments that are eligible for SGF

Recent News

Oct 29 2019 | Stanford News
With the goal of increasing access to making, engineers at Stanford University have collaborated with members of the blind and visually impaired community to develop a touch-based display that mimics the geometry of 3D objects designed on a computer. Creating a 3D object with computer software is...
Oct 17 2019 | Stanford Report
Imagine grabbing carbon dioxide from car exhaust pipes and other sources and turning this main greenhouse gas into fuels like natural gas or propane: a sustainability dream come true. Several recent studies have shown some success in this conversion, but a novel approach from Stanford University...
Oct 15 2019 | Stanford News
One by one, the students inched toward the edge, steeled themselves for what they were about to do, then stepped into empty space. As a rope caught them and they swung out into the air in the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center’s climbing gym, their instructors hoped to impart a...
Oct 14 2019 | Stanford Report
The more specific climate scientists are about the uncertainties of global warming, the more the American public trusts their predictions, according to new research by Stanford scholars. But scientists may want to tread carefully when talking about their predictions, the researchers say, because...

SGF Related Events

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February 6, 2020 - 5:00pm
For Current Fellows
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February 19, 2020 - 5:00pm
For Current Fellows