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Offered by Alaska Geological Society Inc.
The Alaska Geological Society Scholarship is open to students enrolled in a BA, BS, MS, or Ph.D. geoscience or equivalent degree program. To be considered, applicants must be completing a project or thesis/dissertation topic focused on Alaskan geology or a related geoscience topic. If you’re a post-secondary student completing a project or thesis in the geoscience realm, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The Alaska Geological Society's first meeting was held in Anchorage December 3, 1957, and since then, the group has continued to hold meetings on a regular basis. On October 7, 1958, membership dues were approved and on November 8, 1960, a membership of 39 approved a statement of purpose and by-laws. The group has grown steadily to the present total of 350 members. Diversity has been a source of strength for the Alaska Geological Society.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
College & Graduate Students
Science, Technology, and Society, Earth Science
In addition to the below application materials, undergraduate students must submit their project description and graduate students must submit their thesis proposal.
Letter of Recommendation
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