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  • Dear Colleagues, <o:p></o:p> <o:p> </o:p> We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the NEGSA 2024 (Manchester, NH, 17-19 March 2024) ... More

  • Greetings, If you are attending the upcoming GSA Connects meeting, mark your calendar for Tuesday, October 17th, from 8:00 a.m.–noon and join Pardee Keynote ... More

  • Hello! Please find our Summer/Fall 2023 Division newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/5b944b697e95/gs-sept-2023 . This edition of the G&S Newsletter ... More

  • G&S members, I wanted to make sure you were aware that the application period is open to attend Geoscience Congressional Visit Days (GEO-CVD) on 13–14 ... More


  • Two Weeks to Go - E-an Zen Geoscience Outreach Grant

    To everyone, A brief reminder that the deadline for the E-an Zen Geoscience Outreach Grant is June 30th.  We are just over two weeks to the application deadline. The Grant Committee offers two awards - in the amount of $1,500 - to support projects that convey your passion of the geosciences to the lay-public. This is a great opportunity to share ...
  • Happy 20th Geology and Society Division!

    Today marks the 20th Anniversary of GSA's Geology and Society Division.  Established by GSA Council on this day, May 3, 2003 the Division was created to serve GSA members with interests in matters of geoscience and societal concerns.  From the G&SD By-Laws (Article I, Section 3):  "The purpose of the division is to strengthen, broaden, and support ...
  • Applications Now Being Accepted for the 2023 E-an Zen Geoscience Outreach Grant

    The Geology and Society Division Management Board is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for the E-an Zen Geoscience Outreach Grant (also known as the E-an Zen Fund Supporting Geoscience Communication).  Two grants, in the amount of $1,500, will be awarded to projects that foster outreach to the lay-public in all areas of the geosciences. Deadline ...