School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences


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  • Jennifer Saltzman

    Jennifer Saltzman

    Lecturer
    Director of Outreach Education, School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences

    Current Role at StanfordJennifer directs the educational outreach programs in the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. These programs include Geokids, an early elementary school field trip to campus, the Earth Sciences High School Internships and teacher professional development opportunities. Jennifer serves as a pre-major advisor as well as provides mentoring to students who are interested in science education careers.

  • Sandra Schachat

    Sandra Schachat

    Ph.D. Student in Geological Sciences

    BioI am interested in the evolution of insect morphology and ecology in deep time. I occasionally also study ticks, amphibians, and plants.

  • Laura Schaefer

    Laura Schaefer

    Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences and, by courtesy, of Geophysics

    Current Research and Scholarly Interestsearly Earth atmosphere; planetary differentiation; rocky exoplanet atmospheric chemistry; planetary interiors; atmosphere-interior exchange on Earth-like planets; planetary habitability; Venus atmospheric evolution; volcanic gases on Io and volatile loss

  • Allegra Hosford Scheirer

    Allegra Hosford Scheirer

    Physical Sci Res Scientist

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsResearch
    Allegra Hosford Scheirer is a research geophysicist at Stanford University, specializing in basin and petroleum system modeling. Her work is centered on the strong belief in the integration of geological, geochemical, and geophysical data in a unified working environment.

    Teaching
    She co-teaches courses and co-advises several graduate students with a focus on basin and petroleum system modeling and investigative methods for exploring conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons.

    Professional Activities
    Prior to joining Stanford, Allegra was a member of the Geophysical Unit of Menlo Park and the Energy Resources Program at the U.S. Geological Survey, where she constructed three-dimensional geologic models for use in the resource assessment process. Allegra has led and participated in numerous field programs at sea and in the United States. She is the editor of U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1713 and a past Associate Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research.

  • Noelle Barbara Schoellkopf

    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.

    Adjunct Lecturer
    • 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..)

    Personal Profile:
    • 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.

  • Nikki Seymour

    Nikki Seymour

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Geological Sciences

    BioMy research primarily addresses the structural and thermal evolution of highly deformed continental crust. I am strongly field-oriented and particularly interested in the relationship between igneous & metamorphic processes and deformation from outcrop to regional scales, the influence of pluton emplacement on fault behavior, tectonic and metamorphic processes driving continental rifting and subduction, and processes that transport metal through the crust to form economic deposits.