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  • Geoscience Education Division Student Travel Grants

    FINAL CALL for the 2016 GSA Geoscience Education Division Student Travel Grants.

    Travel Grant Application Deadline: Friday, August 22nd, 2016

    The Geoscience Education Division (GED) is offering several travel grants up to $250 USD to GED student members who are presenting their work in a geoscience education session at the 2016 Annual Meeting. Grants will be awarded based on merit and financial need. To apply, please complete the application by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting the link into your web browser:

  • GSA Geoscience Job Board

    If you are looking for a new geoscience position, or seeking qualified candidates, be sure to use GSA’s Geoscience Job Board. It is an excellent resource. Job seekers: access at no charge. Job posters: the page receives more than 10,000 views each month. Contact:

  • Biggs Award and Student Travel Award Applications Available

    Please go to the "Awards" link above to find the applications for the 2016 Biggs Award and Student Travel Awards.

    The Biggs Award has a deadline of 1 April, 2016, so get your applications in soon!

  • Upcoming GSA 2016 Deadlines

    Just a reminder that the call for field trips, short courses, and topical sessions for the 2016 GSA meeting in Denver is currently open. The proposal deadlines are below. We hope that you will all consider submitting proposals to host these events next year. Remember, the Geoscience Education Divsion consistently manages around 10% of all presentation abstracts. Let's work together to make the 2016 Denver meeting the largest collection of Geoscience Education research and instructional practice to date.

    Field Trips: 1 Dec
    Sessions: 1 Feb.
    Courses: 1 Feb.

    Chris Atchison
    Chair, GSA Geoscience Education Division


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