Ground Water Assocation
Applications for 2006 undergraduate scholarships from
the NGWREF are now available at http://www.ngwa.org/about/auxsch.cfm.
Scholarships are granted to full-time undergraduate students
only and previous scholarship recipients are ineligible. The
applicant must be entering a field of study
that serves, supports, or promotes the ground water industry.
The scholarship is available to high school graduates and students
in college (four-year programs and well drilling two-year associate
degree programs). A 2.5 GPA is mandatory for high school or
college students. The deadline for submittal is April 1, 2006.
Applicants will be advised of scholarship awards in August 2006.
Some 309 applications were received for the 2005 scholarships
offered by the Foundation's Len Assante Scholarship Fund. Some $8,000 is available for distribution,
with $1,000 made available as four $250 awards for student presentations
in honor of the late Robert Farvolden
at the 2006 Ground Water Summit. Each year the amount of available
scholarship funds may vary.
Institute of Professional Geologists – Scholarship Program
Purpose: To assist students with college education costs
and to promote student participation in the American Institute
of Professional Geologists (AIPG). Up to four scholarships will
be awarded to declared undergraduate geological sciences majors
who are at least sophomores.
in the amount of $1,000.00 each will be made to eligible students
attending a college or university in the U.S. Scholarships are
to be used to support tuition and/or room and board.
Requirements - Any student who is majoring in geology (or earth science),
is at least a sophomore, and is attending a four-year accredited
college or university in the U.S. can apply. Also, the student
must be either a student member of AIPG or must have applied
for student membership at the time the application for the scholarship
is submitted. Each student who is awarded a scholarship agrees,
by accepting the scholarship, to prepare a 600 to 800 word article
for publication in The Professional Geologist. The subject of
the article must be related to a timely professional issue.
- Applicants must submit: a letter of interest with name, mail
and e-mail addresses, and telephone number; proof of enrollment
in an eligible geological sciences program, transcripts; an
original one-page essay on why the applicant wants to become
a geologist; and a letter of support from a faculty member familiar
with the applicant’s academic work. The application packet should
be submitted to:
of Professional Geologists
1400 W. 122nd
Ave., Suite 250
regarding the application process call (303) 412-6205 or e-mail: email@example.com
Applications must be received by February
15th - Awarded the month of September
Basis of Awards - Awards will be based
on the content and creativity of the essays as judged by the
Education Committee. The decisions of the Education Committee
2007 Michigan Section SPE Scholarship Award
A scholarship award this year of $750 to either a college student or a high school senior who is admitted to a 4-year institution and is interested in the gas and oil industry. The deadline to submit the application materials is *July 1*. The recipient of the award will be determined by August 1. If you are interested in learning more about the scholarship and would like an application, please contact Allison Schwager.
Midwest Gas Storage Section
2006-2007 Midwest Gas Storage SPE Scholarship
The Midwest Gas Storage Section of the Society of Petroleum
Engineers will be awarding a scholarship for the 2006-2007 academic
year. The $1000 scholarship shall be applied toward the 2006
fall semester tuition for the student. The scholarship is open
to both graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a degree
in Petroleum Engineering or other related science or engineering
curriculum (including, but not limited to: Geological Engineering,
Geophysical Engineering, Mineral Engineering, Geology, Geophysics).
I have attached application forms which may be distributed electronically
or in printed form. Also attached is an announcement flyer,
which may be posted in an area accessible to students.
The primary purpose of our scholarship program is to assist
in the perpetuation of the profession of petroleum engineering
and petroleum technology curricula and to encourage students
to purse petroleum related careers at accredited colleges and
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. If you or any
students have questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 314-741-5690.
The Midwest Gas Storage Section of SPE hosts a meeting every
January, March, May, and November in Pontiac Illinois. We would
welcome any student member or professor interested in our section.
Please visit our Section’s webpage at http://midwestgs.spe.org/
for additional information.
This is a good scholarship, and students from
Michigan Tech are often the recipients. Rather than attach all
the forms, I checked to see that they are available on the web
. Hard copies will be posted on the local bulletin boards.
Applications are due March 10.
Since its inception in 1956, the SEG Scholarship Program
has provided more than US$4 million in funding for geoscience
students all over the world. During the 2005–2006 academic year
alone, the SEG Foundation granted US$268,100 to 136 students
worldwide. Don't miss your opportunity to become one of the
many recipients of a prestigious SEG scholarship. Applications
are available through the Foundation Web site. All applications
and supporting documents must be received in the Foundation
office by the close of business on 1 February 2006. For more
information, please visit the seg.org link or send an email
and Derrick educational trust scholarships:
The Association of Desk and Derrick Educational
Trust, will accept scholarship
applications for the 2006-07 academic year from students seeking
fields related to the petroleum, energy and allied industries.
be received by April 1, 2006 and can be found at www.addc.org.
Basin Geological Society
Basin Geological Society will award one or more scholarships
up to $500 to deserving students majoring in the Geological
scholarship will be awarded in May. Candidates should use the
Basin Geological Society scholarship application to submit their
application. If you have any questions or need applications
call or e-mail Leonard Espinosa at 517.335.3248 or email@example.com
Send applications by April 1, 2006.
Tech– GMES Department scholarships
The GMES Department annually awards scholarships
to their students from alumni donations. These scholarships
are dispersed based on several factors. The following scholarships
were awarded to GMES students this past year.
Kathryn M. Bosch
Doane Hockings Scholarship
Longacre Memorial Scholarship
Charles Mathy Sr. Endowed Scholarship
Amie L. Mathy Scholarship
Dr. Stephen Nordeng Scholarship
Glenn Hugh and
Helen McNair Park Endowed Scholarship
Ted Rozsa Endowed Scholarship