About the Program
The Kleinman Center brings practitioners to Penn for year-long collaborative visits.
Our senior fellows program brings distinguished practitioners to the Kleinman Center for year-long fellowships to enrich their own learning and professional development—while expanding the center’s expertise areas and research agenda. A Kleinman Center senior fellow has proven expertise in their field with specialized experience as a policy maker, regulator, industry leader, or analyst.
A senior fellowship provides opportunities for exploring energy policy interests at the University of Pennsylvania, collaborating with faculty, and connecting with students.
For questions about the senior fellows program, please email Angela Pachon.
Senior fellows engage in programming opportunities at the Kleinman Center, through:
- Research: Leading a research project on a timely issue, participating in an ongoing research project, or collaborating with affiliated faculty on an existing project
- Workshops, Seminars, and Events: Organizing workshops, conferences, seminars, or public events; supporting Energy Week at Penn; inviting speakers to Penn; or speaking in a class or seminar.
- Commentary: Writing news articles, op-eds, or insight posts; or participating in the Kleinman Center’s Podcast Energy Policy Now.
- Teaching and mentorship: Teaching a class, speaking in a class, or presenting at a seminar.