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AIPG Students Resources

Students, this page is a resource for your use. If you have suggestions on what you would like included on this page please let us know aipg@aipg.org.

Scholarships

Scholarship Application deadlines - February 1st

PowerPoint Presentations

AIPG encourages students to send in articles and photos to be printed in the AIPG journal The Professional Geologist


Interested in presenting your work at a professional conference? Give a talk at the Annual Meeting.  
Want to win money?  Participate in the Student Poster Contest at the Annual Meeting!  


2019 AIPG Student Poster Contest Winners

 

The AIPG National Annual Conference Student Poster Contest was held September 15-17, 2019 in Burlington, Vermont.

Undergraduate Winners

  • 1st Place - $500 - Juliana Flint, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY - Predicting Nitrogen Removal in Agricultural Wetland Buffers using Traits of the Plant Community.
  • 2nd Place - $200 - Monike Distefano, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO - The Role of Crystal and Soil Geochemistry for the Formation of Ore Deposits.
  • 3rd Place - $100 - Kevin Hatton, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY - Uranium-Lead Dating of Petrified Wood in the Turkana Basin.

Graduate Winners

  • 1st Place - $600 - Israel Olaoye, Kent State University, Kent, OH - Assessing land Use/Land Cover (LULC) Change and Climate Change Vulnerability Using Machine Learning, Markov Chain Model and GIS: A Case Study on Old Woman Creek (OWC) Watershed, OH.
  • 2nd Place - $250 - Hasan Al-Saedi, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO - Smart Water-CO2 Flooding in Low-Permeable Bartlesville Sandstone Cores Bearing Heavy Oil: Experimental and Simulation Study.

AIPG 2018 Student Poster Contest Winners

The AIPG Student Poster Winners at the AIPG 2018 National Annual Conference:

Graduate Winners

  • 1st Place $600 - Graduate: Hasan Al-Saedi, SA, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO - Cost-Effective Enhanced Heavy Oil Recovery by Different Aqueous Ionic Solutions: Alternative Study of High Energy Cost Methods.
  • 2nd Place $200 - Graduate: Tadsuda Taksavasu, SA, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO - Microtextural Characteristics of Colloform-Banded Epithermal Veins from the Buckskin National Gold-Silver Deposit, Northern Nevada.

Undergraduate Winners

  • 1st Place $500 - Undergraduate: Austin Fellmy, SA, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI - Trace Element Analysis of Quartzite Clasts from Sespe Formation and Source Rocks from Southeast California and Central Arizona.
  • 2nd Place $200 - Undergraduate: Jeneane Barber, SA, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Centennial, CO - Sand and Sage - A Match Made in Wyoming.
  • Special Recognition $50 - Undergraduate: Brigitte Petras, SA, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH - The Characterization, Composition, and Weathering of the Kasota Stone of the Cathedral of Saint Columba.



  • TPG - Journal of the American Institute of Professional Geologists
     
  • The January/February/March issue of TPG has been dedicated to Students since 2003.

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