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5 days ago
How are you spending this lovely #FossilFriday? ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you everyone for sharing! We ❤️ our community!
Working on a manuscript and a grant proposal!
Finished reading Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton for the first time! Still enjoy the movies more but definitely an interesting read!
Well, I’m reading Trilobite: Eyewitness to Evolution for the first time!
Co-chaired a session at the World Congress of Malacology at Asilomar, California with Dave Jablonski, entitled "Molluscs as model organisms in paleontology"!
Just picked up When Life Nearly Died so gonna spend my evening reading after I get off work 🥰
Spending time looking over my fossil collections.
In my jammies scrolling The Paleontological Society page to find something to read.
Photographing my Giant Thresher teeth
Crinoids and chill😏
I edited about 60 foram SEMs 😍😍
With my 2 littles
Finishing up “Hunting Dinosaurs”!
Been coding some fossil porcupine teeth for a phylogenetic analysis
Laid up with a busted knee watching Prehistoric Park on DVD.
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1 week ago
Last day for feedback on GSA's Code of Ethics!
Submit suggestions by midnight EST today, August 12, 2019 to [email protected]!Don’t miss your chance to have a say in GSA’s new draft Code of Ethics! Deadline to submit your feedback is August 12th.
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1 week ago
Do you need financial assistance to attend GSA2019?
Apply today for our Diversity and Inclusion travel grants!
Share with your students, peers, and colleagues. We look forward to receiving your applications by August 25, 2019!
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Travel Grant Opportunity for Graduate Students and Early Career Scientists!
36th International Geological Congress (IGC)
Students and Early Career Scientists Travel Grant and
Mentoring Program - March 2—8, 2020, Delhi, India
The Geological Society of America, the Geological Society of America Foundation, and the U.S. National Committee for Geological Sciences announce a travel grant and mentoring program for graduate students and early career scientists (within 7 years of receiving their PhD).
To be eligible, applicants must be residents or citizens of the U.S. and be enrolled in, or employed at, a U.S. institution. Additional support is provided by the Society of Economic Geologists, the Society for Sedimentary Geology, and the Paleontological Society.
To apply for a travel grant (maximum of $3,500), please submit the following items by September 30, 2019 to rock.geosociety.org/eo/igc
Copy of the submitted abstract (as a first author) and proof of submission. (Abstract deadline is August 31, 2019)
Record of relevant courses and grades (students only)
One letter of recommendation
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