Open Friday, January 19th
Closing Friday, March 1st
Acceptance Decisions: mid/late March
SAGE 2024 will be a hybrid program. In-person attendance will span from June 17th to July 3rd. Students should expect a month of part-time SAGE activities from mid-May to the start of SAGE, which should include some introductory Zoom calls and material discussions, as well as two-three weeks of more intense remote actiivity following the end of in-person attendance, which should include lectures, group projects, and final presentations for each group.
SAGE accepts applications from qualified undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world. Students typically major in geophysics, geology, physics, math, engineering or a related field.
Successful applicants will have a strong background in math and physics (see required coursework below), and will have completed at least their sophomore year of undergraduate studies prior to the start of the program.
Course credit may be available (and must be arranged prior to arrival at SAGE and subject to approval of your home institution and advisor).
SAGE welcomes applications from industry professionals, college and university faculty, and postdoctoral fellows seeking professional development opportunities.
The following coursework is required to be considered for SAGE:
Note: Required coursework must be completed prior to attending SAGE, but does not have to be completed prior to submitting an application. Applicants currently enrolled in the above coursework will be considered to have met the coursework requirement.
Please fill out the online application form to the best of your ability, at https://forms.gle/yNFQqCkwTAqDQFGv9
Submit a letter (limit one page, single-spaced) explaining how your educational background, courses, and experience have prepared you for participation in SAGE. Describe your career goals and your interest in SAGE as it relates to your academic and/or career development.
Please provide transcripts for all colleges or universities that you have attended (unofficial copies are acceptable). For your identity protection, please mark through/black-out any Personal Identifying Information such as address, SSN, etc.
We request that you include your first and last name in all submitted application documents (e.g. JohnSmithLetterOfInterest.pdf)
Please supply two references from an academic advisor, research advisor, academic mentor, professor of relevant coursework, or supervisor. A reference consists of a completed reference form and may include a letter of recommendation (encouraged but not required). Reference forms can be filled at https://forms.gle/cXt2Z1KKfJUPh1ib6