Paleonet: Paleontological Society Undergraduate Ambassador applications due on July 20th

Lockwood, Rowan rxlock at wm.edu
Tue Jul 11 13:48:33 GMT 2017


The Paleontological Society seeks to support undergraduate students interested in a career in paleontology who plan to attend the 2017 Geological Society of America meeting in Seattle, Washington (Oct 22-25, 2017).


A limited number of grants are available to offset travel costs: $1,000 if the undergraduate is presenting original research at GSA and $500 if the undergraduate is just attending the meeting.

In addition to travel support, students will participate in mentoring opportunities with professional paleontologists and graduate students while at the meeting and receive a free 1-year student membership to the Paleontological Society


In exchange, PS-SAP students will be expected to volunteer at the PS booth for at least 5 hours during the meeting, and to use social media (e.g., blogs, Facebook, Twitter) to communicate to the Society about their experience at the meeting. In this way, students will serve as "ambassadors" for the Society.


To be eligible, students must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at an institution of higher education and have a stated interest in learning more about careers in paleontology.

All documents must be received by Thursday, July 20, 2017.


For more info, please see:

http://paleosoc.org/students/paleontological-society-student-ambassador-program/


Feel free to pass this info along!


Rowan Lockwood
Professor
Dept of Geology
The College of William and Mary



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