Siebel Scholars

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The Siebel Scholars program was established by the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation in 2000 to recognize the most talented students at 29 graduate schools of business, computer science, bioengineering, and energy science in the United States, China, France, Italy, and Japan.

Funding for the Siebel Scholars program was established through grants totaling more than $45 million. Each year, top graduate students from each institution are selected as Siebel Scholars. Siebel Scholars are selected by the Deans of each school on the basis of outstanding academic performance and qualities of leadership to receive a $35,000 award. The specific process varies from school to school.

Siebel Scholars are key advisors to the Siebel Foundation, guiding the development of innovative programs the Foundation initiates. The annual Siebel Scholars conference and ongoing planning sessions throughout the year are an integral part of the Siebel Scholars program.

Participating Schools[edit]

Graduate Schools of Business[edit]

Graduate Schools of Computer Science[edit]

Graduate Schools of Bioengineering[edit]

Graduate Schools of Energy Science[edit]

Annual Siebel Scholars Conference[edit]

A key element of the program is the annual Siebel Scholars Conference. Each year, current and past Scholars convene at the annual Conference. The Scholars, university faculty, and some thought-leaders gather to discuss and debate global issues.

Conference Topics & Speakers[edit]

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