GSA International Scholarships and Grants

GSA INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

https://www.geosociety.org/GSA/GSA/International/Home.aspx

GSA Awards cover the gamut from students and early career scientists to established scientists.

Distinguished Career Award

Given to a geologist who has made numerous, distinguished, and significant contributions that have clearly advanced the international geological sciences through service and scientific activities. The nominee must be a GSA Member.

Application deadline: 1 March 2024.

J. B. Thompson, Jr. International Distinguished Lecturers

Thompson International Lecture Tours are made possible through a gift to the GSA Foundation by James B. Thompson, Jr., whose bequest contributed to the endowment of two lecture tours by distinguished geologists, one a non-North American scientist to tour academic and related institutions within North America, and the other a North American scientist to tour foreign universities and geological institutions.

Application deadline: 1 March 2024.

GSA Honorary Fellow Award

The GSA Honorary Fellow Award is presented to an international geoscientist who has distinguished him- or herself in geoscience investigations, promoting environmental awareness, linking science and society, providing notable service to implementing public policy in natural-resource management, or otherwise making outstanding contributions to science.

Application deadline: 1 March 2024.

Christopher I. and Irene N. Chalokwu Travel Grants

The purpose of the Fund is to support undergraduate or graduate student travel for students in Africa, working on any aspect of African Geology, to attend and present their research at GSA’s annual meeting.

Application deadline: 22 April 2024.

GSAI Travel Grants

The purpose of these awards is to support travel by student and early career professionals to attend and present their research at GSA’s annual meeting.

Application deadline: 22 April 2024.

2023 Farouk El-Baz Student Research Grants in Desert Studies

The purpose of these awards is to encourage and support desert studies. For the purposes of the award, the term “desert” is restricted to warm deserts rather than polar deserts. Applicants need to be student members of GSA and graduate students (Master’s or PhD level) or undergraduates in their senior year. The El-Baz award has no geographic restrictions.

Application deadline: 1 February 2024.

And, for 2024:

37th International Geological Congress (IGC) Students and Early Career Scientists Travel Grant and Mentoring Program 25-31 August, 2024 in Busan, Republic of Korea

The Geological Society of America, the Geological Society of America Foundation, and the U.S. National Committee for Geological Sciences announce a travel grant and mentoring program for graduate students and early career scientists (within 7 years of receiving their PhD). To be eligible, applicants must be residents or citizens of the U.S. and be enrolled in, or employed at, a U.S. institution.

Application deadline: 10 April 2024.

Visit: https://rock.geosociety.org/eo/igc

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