AIPG Wisconsin Section - Email sent out to Wisconsin Senators
Subject: A Wisconsin Success Story - Licensed Professional Geologists
June 22, 2018
Wisconsin American Institute of Professional Geologists will be once again holding Geology Day at the Capitol in Spring 2019. Geology companies and organizations will have display tables in the Rotunda on the 2nd floor show casing our many successful projects throughout Wisconsin.
Until then, we wanted to let you know we appreciate the continued support of our legislators and provide you with the history of Professional Geologist licensing in our State.
Take a look at the successful legislation and activities you helped create!
We appreciate your support in getting the message out to everyone: “Wisconsin licensed professional geologists grow the economy and keep us safe!”
Please contact us for additional information at any time.
AIPG Michigan Section Newsletter - May 2018
AIPG Georgia Section Scholarship Winner - Robert "Trey" Bandemir, University of North Georgia. He received $500.00 from the AIPG Georgia Section. Ron Wallace, AIPG Georgia Section President presented the award to Trey.
AIPG Georgia Section Newsletter - May 2018
AIPG Ohio Section Newsletter - April 2018
AIPG Colorado Section Newsletter - Spring 2018
AIPG California Section Newsletter - May-June 2018
The NE-AIPG is proud to announce the eight recipients for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The name of each recipient, the college or university they attend, and the award amounts are listed below:
For the Photo: From Left to Right is Chapter President Nico Harrison, Chapter Vice President Keith Diegel, AIPG President Doug Bartlett, Faculty Sponsor Dr. Virginia "Ginger" McLemore, Chapter Secretary Marcus Silva, and Geology PhD student Camilo Uribe.
The Robert Lessard Memorial Chapter of the AIPG is the newest component of the New Mexico section. Located on campus at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, it is the brainchild of junior undergraduate and chapter president Nicolas “Nico” Harrison.
Since its inception last fall, the club has seen its membership grow to 36 students in just two semesters. With a stated goal of getting students familiarized with what it takes to succeed and thrive in the Earth Science industry, and activities such as field trips, professional networking, mentorship and coaching, and resume workshops, this swelling in student membership is welcome, but hardly surprising.
At the core of all these activities, spinning many plates and wearing many hats, is Nico. His inspiration, boundless energy, and motivation drive the new chapter to ever greater heights. This enthusiasm and public service has recently been acknowledged by the school’s faculty in the form of a Student Appreciation Award, a well-earned accolade. Further acknowledgment of these many successes came quite recently during the New Mexico section’s recent meeting, which the new chapter hosted on campus. Attending this was AIPG president Doug Bartlett, who accompanied the sections field trip to a local carbonatite outcrop and commended the chapter, and Nico’s efforts therein.
Nico’s hard work and service to the AIPG will continue, as his leadership will undoubtedly see the chapter to further growth, renown, and excellence. It is our privilege to acknowledge his efforts. Thank you, Nico, from a very grateful chapter.
By Keith Diegel
Vice President, Robert Lessard Memorial Chapter, AIPG
Kevin Gooding (AIPG), Natalie Waters, Shyun Ueno (geologist), Nick Vaiana (geologist), Dave Martin, JoAnn Romano (AIPG).
South Dakota Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists President Sarah Chadima (left) presents the 2018 J.P. Gries Geologist of the Year award to Janet Carter (right.) Award announced March 28, 2018, at the AIPG South Dakota Section annual meeting, Pierre, SD. Photo taken by Greg Delzer.
AIPG California Section Newsletter - April 2018
AIPG Arizona Section Newsletter - February 2018
AIPG Michigan Section Newsletter - March 2018
AIPG Northeast Section Scholarship Winners
Two of this year’s scholarship recipients and one of last year’s recipients were at the GSA Conference in Burlington, VT. Dennis McGrath with student scholarship winners - Brandon Keough is a student at SUNY Potsdam; Jalise Wright at Rutgers University – Newark, and Tshering Lma Sherpa at Union College.
Arizona State University (ASU) Geoscience Career Networking Event
The event was attended by students, faculty and a variety of professionals that gave short presentations. AIPG National President, Doug Bartlett, gave a presentation on the role of professional organizations for professional growth and networking.
AIPG Georgia Section Newsletter - March 2018
AIPG Ohio Section Newsletter - February 2018
AIPG Texas Post-GeoDayz 2018 Guidebook - Including Abstracts, Slide Presentations and Photos
AIPG Geor gia Section 2018 Student Scholarship Winners
Each year the AIPG Georgia Section offers a scholarship to each of the below colleges and universities. It's up to the department to decide who they would like to receive the award.
- Georgia Southern – Erin Brinkman $500
- Columbus State – Austin Caughey $500
- University of Georgia – Gian Cella $500
- Georgia State – Katherine Morgan $500
- Georgia Southwestern State – Trevor Dempsey, Andrew May $250 each
- West Georgia – Nicholas Smith $500
- University of North Georgia – Robert Bandemir $500
- Berry College – Justyn Patterson $500
AIPG Colorado Section Newsletter - Winter 2018
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AIPG Pennsylvania Section Newsletter - December 2017
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AIPG Texas Section News:
AIPG Georgia Section Newsletter - December 2017
AIPG Texas Section News - December 2017
PRESIDENT WISE ANNOUNCES TWO NEW COUNCILORS-AT-LARGE
Henry M. Wise, P.G., C.P.G. announced today the appointment of Roger Lee, P.G., Ph.D., Austin, Texas and John L. Berry, P.G., C.P.G., Austin, Texas as Councilors-at-Large for the Texas Section of the AIPG. Mr. Wise indicated that he was particularly pleased about the new Councilors joining the Officers and other Councilors-at-Large and Members-at-Large, and District Representatives of the AIPG Texas Section Board. They will help us move forward into the future with new programs for the benefit of the members of the Texas Section of the AIPG. Summaries of their backgrounds - read more
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AIPG Texas Section 2017 Scholarship Committee announces award selections
AIPG California Section Presents Awards at the 2017 California State Science Fair
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Jayne A. Englebert, CPG-8907, WI; Dawn H. Garcia, CPG-8313, AZ; Curtis M. Hudak, CPG-7771, MN; Ronald J. Wallace, CPG-8153, GA; and Robert A. Zierenberg, MEM-2106, CA.
The AIPG Section Leadership Award was established by the Executive Committee in 2013 to recognize one or more of our members who have demonstrated a long-term commitment and have been long-term contributors to AIPG at the section level. The 2016 Section Leadership Award Recipients are: Anne M. Murray, CPG-11645, Florida Section; Dawn L. Prell, CPG-11222, Michigan Section; Bruce D. Johnson, CPG-9364, Minnesota Section; Alice C. Fuerst, CPG-7847, Missouri Section; Thomas F. Jenkins, CPG-7892, Ohio Section; and Thomas V. Durkin, CPG-9138, South Dakota Section.
The AIPG Section Leadership Award was established by the Executive Committee in 2013 to recognize one or more of our members who have demonstrated a long-term commitment and have been long-term contributors to AIPG at the section level. The 2015 Section Leadership Award Recipients are: Paul A. Lindberg, CPG-6344, Arizona; Stephen J. Baker, MEM-2353, California; Logan T. MacMillan, CPG-4560, Colorado; Eric F. Lowe, MEM-385, Georgia; David G. Pyles, CPG-7364, Illinois/Indiana; Sara V. Pearson, CPG-10650, Michigan; Jane M. Willard, CPG-6979, Minnesota; Curtis J. Coe, CPG-6240, Ohio; Michael D. Campbell, CPG-3330, Texas; and Christine F. Lilek, CPG-10195, Wisconsin. Awards will be presented at the Awards Luncheon on September 18th in Anchorage, Alaska.
Awards presented at the AIPG Business Luncheon on September 13th in Prescott, Arizona to: Dave A. Sadoff, CPG-9933, California Section; Douglas C. Peters, CPG-8274, Colorado Section; Glen L. Faulkner, CPG-635, Georgia Section; Martin J. Hamper, CPG-10250, Illinois/Indiana Section; Adam W. Heft, CPG-10265, Michigan Section; Gary H. Haag, CPG-7667, South Dakota Section; and Andrew B. Graham, CPG-9035, Wisconsin Section. Click here for detailed information regarding the awardees.