Grover endows engineering fellowship at Texas A&M

Dr. Tarun Grover has endowed an engineering fellowship for petroleum engineering graduate students in the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Grover earned his Ph.D. in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M in 2008 and citing the impact obtaining his degree from Texas A&M had on his career, he said he thought it necessary to show his support to the college and university by establishing a fellowship for graduate students desiring to further their educational careers.

“My graduate studies at Texas A&M have been instrumental in preparing me to take on the technical challenges in the oil and gas industry,” Grover said. “The least I can do is to help fellow Aggies to pursue their research and ambitions.”

The recipient of this fellowship will be a full-time graduate student pursuing a graduate degree in petroleum engineering. Selection of the recipients will be performed by the faculty and appointed by the head of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering.

 

About the Dwight Look College of Engineering
With nearly 350 tenured/tenure-track faculty members and more than 11,000 students, the Look College is the second-largest engineering school in the country. The college is ranked sixth in graduate studies, eighth in undergraduate programs, and second in research expenditures among public institutions by U.S. News & World Report, with seven of the college’s 13 departments ranked in the Top 10. 

About the Texas A&M Foundation
The Texas A&M Foundation is a private nonprofit organization that solicits and manages investments in academics and leadership programs to enhance Texas A&M’s capability to be among the best universities. For more information on the Texas A&M Foundation and related giving opportunities, visit giving.tamu.edu.