16 Stanford graduate students named Siebel Scholars

Siebel Scholars logoSixteen Stanford graduate students have been honored with Siebel Scholar awards presented by the Siebel Foundation in Redwood City.

Since 2000, the Siebel Scholar award has recognized exceptional graduate students at leading schools of business, computer science, bioengineering and energy science.

Siebel Scholars are chosen by the deans of their respective schools based on outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated leadership. Each receives a $35,000 award for the final year of graduate study. Through the program, scholars are expected to influence the future through technology, policy, and economic and social decision-making.

The 2019 Stanford Siebel Scholars are:

  • Zoe Bohn, School of Engineering, Computer Science
  • Paul Crews, School of Engineering, Computer Science
  • Michelle Lam, School of Engineering, Computer Science
  • David Tagliamonti, School of Engineering, Computer Science
  • Lucy Wang, School of Engineering, Computer Science
  • Usua Amanam, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, Energy Resources Engineering
  • Jung “Honesty” Kim, School of Engineering and School of Medicine, Bioengineering
  • Aaron Mayer, School of Engineering and School of Medicine, Bioengineering
  • Farah Memon, School of Engineering and School of Medicine, Bioengineering
  • Jake Sganga, School of Engineering and School of Medicine, Bioengineering
  • Stephanie Tzouanas Schmidt, School of Engineering and School of Medicine, Bioengineering
  • Geoffrey Calder, Graduate School of Business
  • John Tyler Ettinger, Graduate School of Business
  • Tucker Kocher, Graduate School of Business
  • Valerie Shen, Graduate School of Business
  • Jennifer Eugenia Villa, Graduate School of Business

The Siebel Foundation was formed in 1996 by Thomas and Stacey Siebel to support projects and organizations that improve quality of life, environment and education.

For more, visit the Siebel Foundation website.