School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
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Sarah Dawn Saltzer
Managing Director of SCCS, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordManaging Director Stanford Center for Carbon Storage
Managing Director Stanford Carbon Initiative
Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources
Student Employee, Department of Earth System Science
Course Assistant, School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
BioBianca Santos is a PhD student in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, where she is interested in developing innovative science-based solutions to mitigate human activities and conserve protected marine species. Her current research focuses around science and policy for managing human impacts on highly migratory marine animal in the Pacific. Her research applies interdisciplinary methods from the fields of marine science, ocean governance and policy, and environmental decision-making. In addition to her research, Bianca is passionate about science communication and outreach.
Prior to Stanford, Bianca served as a 2018 National Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellow in NOAA Research’s Office of International Activities and as a fisheries policy intern with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome, Italy.
Noelle Barbara Schoellkopf
Adjunct Professor, Department of Geological Sciences
BioNoelle Schoellkopf is Petroleum System Modeling Advisor for Schlumberger SIS and lives in Danville, California. She has lectured regularly at Stanford since 2008, as part of the Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling (BPSM) program in the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.
• GEOLSCI 248. The Petroleum System: Investigative method to explore for conventional & unconventional hydrocarbons (Magoon)
• GEOLSCI 255. Basin and Petroleum System Modeling (Peters, Hosford-Scheirer)
• GS 216. In-Depth Topics in Basin & Petroleum System Modeling (Schoellkopf, Scheirer)
• Invited guest lecturer for other courses and workshops (Mukerji, Dutta, NGI..)
• 30+ years of extensive experience with Gulf Oil, Chevron and Schlumberger, in exploration geology, new ventures evaluations, basin and petroleum systems modeling, source rock geochemical analysis and regional evaluations, exploration geologic risk assessment, numerical simulation using PetroMod and other software.
• Expertise in implementation of standard workflows and methods for petroleum systems evaluations and risk assessments.
• Global expertise in numerical modeling of conventional and unconventional resources in various geological settings. Projects in over 50 countries.
• Experienced member of many evaluation teams for exploration bid rounds, farm-out presentations, geologic risk assessments using integrated workflows. Peer reviews of corporate exploration processes, charge-related geologic risk assessments.
• Adjunct lecturer, Stanford University, Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling program. Instructor for Schlumberger SIS, AAPG and NExT.
Noelle has a B.A. degree in geology from Bryn Mawr College and a M.S. in geology from George Washington University.
Senior Web Developer, School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
Current Role at StanfordSenior Web Developer for Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, Dean's Office, developing back end infrastructure for school, department, program, and research group web sites as well as special projects and other areas of interest.
Research Assistant, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Staff, SCHE Digital MEdIC Stanford
Research Associate, Digital Medic, Stanford Center for Health Education
BioNadine Ann Skinner is a recent graduate from the International Comparative Education program at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on the relationships between the philanthropic sector, social movements, and nongovernmental organizations with the education sector. She is a mixed-methods researcher with extensive experience with qualitative methods, including research design and content analysis. Her research focuses on the relationships between universities, nongovernmental organizations, civil society, social movements, and the philanthropic sector. Her research interests include International & Comparative Education; Nonprofits & Philanthropy; Education Policy; Human Rights Education; Social Movements; Civil Society, Higher Education; Gender Studies; Service Learning and Community Engagement; and Organizational Change. She has over ten years of experience working in research, evaluation, and grants and program management in international organizations, government agencies, community-based organizations, and global philanthropic foundations in multiple countries in the Americas. She earned a MPA degree from Cornell University in Social Policy. She also has a BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she double-majored in Politics and History.