Pictured: Jenna Shelton, Ph.D. student in Environmental Engineering Science at Colorado School of Mines, researching multiple methods of “enhanced energy recovery.” Thanks to receiving one of the four John and Erika Lockridge Named Grants in 2014 she will be able to achieve her objective.
How is your 2015 Grants-in-Aid application coming along? Does your thesis research apply to petroleum, energy and mineral resources or related environmental geology issues? There are 92 grants available waiting to be awarded in spring 2015 – $239,000 in research funds – and chances are there could be one that fits your studies.
The Grants-in-Aid program, a joint program between the AAPG Foundation and AAPG, annually provides funds to students for graduate level research in geosciences – and the time to wrap up your application is now. Don’t miss this opportunity to fund your graduate level research.
Application, transcripts AND endorsements are due Feb. 15.
Complete your application today!
Make sure you stay on track. View a handy Grants-in-Aid timeline.
Questions? Email Program Coordinator April Stuart, or call 1 (855) 302-2743.
2015 GIA Intended Use Receipt