Geological Society of America
Geological Society of America
Purpose: To encourage and support desert studies by students in their senior year of undergraduate studies, or at the master's or Ph.D. level. Focus: Geology. Qualif.: Applicants must be a GSA member; applicants must be in their senior year of their undergraduate studies, or at the master's or Ph.D. level. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on the significance of the project proposal.
Funds Avail.: No specified amount. To Apply: Applicants must submit a one-page description of proposed research under title; letter of recommendation by university research advisor. Deadline: June 1. Contact: [email protected];
Purpose: To provide partial support of master's and doctoral thesis research in geological science for graduate students enrolled in universities in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central America. Focus: Geology. Qualif.: Applicants must be GSA members currently enrolled in a U.S., Canadian, Mexican, or Central American university or college in an earth science degree program with geologic component. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on the qualifications of the candidate and his/her academic standing.
Funds Avail.: No specified amount. Number Awarded: 3. To Apply: Applicants must fill out the online application form. Deadline: February 1.
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