The Seth and Carol Stein Early Career Award in Geophysics and Geodynamics

Nominations are due February 1

We are pleased to announce the Seth and Carol Stein Early Career Award in Geophysics and Geodynamics in recognition of significant contributions to geology through the application of geophysics and geodynamics by a young scientist of outstanding ability. This award will include an honorarium. 

Nominated candidates must be either no more than 35 years old or no more than 6 years beyond receiving a Ph.D. or equivalent, must be a current GSA Geophysics and Geodynamics Division member in good standing and have been a Division member in the prior two years, and must have either a published or in-press paper in a GSA journal, or have presented a talk or poster at a GSA annual or section meeting.

The primary nominator must also be a member of GSA’s Geophysics and Geodynamics (G&G) Division. The nominator should submit the 1) G&G cover sheet [Word / PDF], 2) the candidate’s CV, and 3) 2-3 letters of support, preferably in a single pdf, to the G&G Division Chair. The deadline for submission is February 1 

The nomination is valid for the deadline it was submitted and the following two years if the candidate still meets the age/time from degree requirement and membership requirement.  Nominators may submit updated nominations. 

Nominees shall not be under investigation by any court, regulatory agency, employer, or other public or private entity for professional misconduct of the type covered in GSA's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; nor shall nominees have been found to have engaged in such misconduct by any entity.

G&G Cover Sheet:   Word format    PDF format

Seth and Carol Stein Early Career Awardees

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