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December 9 - 13, 2019 - ASBOG/AIPG Call for Papers
The National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG) along with the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) invite you to submit an abstract for consideration for a session on licensure and certification to be held at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California from December 9-13, 2019.
ASBOG and AIPG are seeking presentations on the importance of professional licensure and certification in the geosciences. As graduating students and early career professionals try to establish their careers, it is important to know where licensure is required to work as a geoscientist and what sectors see professional certification as necessary and useful.
Please consider submitting an abstract for the session: You Have Your Degree, Now What? - A Discussion on Global Licensure and Certification in the Geosciences
Session ID#: 77358
Session Description: In many parts of the world, geoscientists working in their profession must be licensed or certified to comply with requirements intended to ensure public safety and welfare. Competency to practice is determined by each jurisdiction or organization through criteria including education, verified experience, and in some cases standard examinations. Where licensure requirements are absent, geoscientists may need to meet certification credentials as a measure of professional standing. This session will provide crucial information on licensure and certification for students and early career professionals as well as faculty who are preparing the next generation of global geologists.
For more information on the session please contact:
Will Ernst (ASBOG) firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglas Rambo (ASBOG) email@example.com
Aaron Johnson (AIPG) firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the AGU Fall meeting and the abstract submittal process please see the following pages: https://www2.agu.org/fall-meeting , https://www2.agu.org/en/Fall-Meeting/Pages/Submit-an-abstract
May 12- 24, 2020 - Geological Society of Nevada 2020 Symposium
Vision for Discovery: Geology and Ore Deposits of the Basin and Range
For more information visit the website: www.gsnsymposium.org
Contact Eric Struhsacker (Chair) at email@example.com
April 20 - 24, 2020 - The 16th Sinkhole Conference - San Juan, Puerto Rico
EXTREMES IN KARST
Join us for this important international meeting on the practical application of karst science. Meet with engineers, geologists, and geographers, who study how and where karst develops and how sinkholes form, interact with engineers and planners, who apply this information to building and maintaining society’s infrastructure while protecting our environment.
The National Cave and Karst Research Institute offers this exceptional 2020 meeting in one of the premier karst regions of the world.
Topics include: Karst Development & Mapping, Proactive and Remedial Engineering in Karst, Karst Water Resource Management, Karst Investigations, and Karst Policy, among others.
Optional Short Courses and Field Trips will be offered.
More details at: sinkholeconference.com
- 15 July 2019: Last day to submit an abstract
- 22 July 2019:Authors notified of abstract acceptance
- 22 July 2019: First day when full papers for accepted abstracts can be submitted
- 14 October 2019: Last day to apply for the Beck Student Scholarship
- 15 November 2019: Draft papers due
Please contact Leila Gonzales, AGI with any questions about AGI's GOLI offerings.
Association of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico, A.C. (AIMMGM) - Calendar of Events