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Partnerships with other universities are an important component of OMA's initiatives. OMA fosters collaboration with partner institutions for building capacity in the Geosciences. Partnerships can be developed to include faculty and student exchanges, teaching, and research.

Trilateral Cooperation Stanford/KFUPM/Saudi Aramco

The Stanford/KFUPM/Saudi Aramco trilateral cooperation agreement establishes a relationship that will serve as a model of academic-industrial cooperation. It will encourage the exchange of professors, scholars, graduate students, researchers and publications between the institutions and explore collaboration in the area of continuing professional education and certification, and technical symposia.

Stanford "S" Block

Stanford Diversity Exchange (SDE)

Scholars from existing partners (Howard, Morehouse, and Spelman) may apply through the Stanford Diversity Exchange (SDE). SDE is part of the national Domestic Exchange Program, where students study at U.S. participating colleges or universities for up to one academic year. Each SDE applicant must present a detailed plan for how the Stanford experience will add breadth and/or depth to the student's education and support further study in the 

Germany Partnership

The agreement between SE3 and Senckenberg aims at a long-term partnership and will facilitate joint efforts between the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and Senckenberg in climate change, Earth system dynamics and biodiversity research. 

Chulalongkorn University

The unique international partnership between Stanford University and Chulalongkorn University (Chula) of Bangkok, Thailand is the first of its kind. The goal of this cohort is to build a capacity for teaching and research in Earth Sciences and petroleum engineering and to continue the successful exchanges of Stanford faculty to Chula and Chulalongkorn students coming to Stanford.