1/25/2013

AAPG Grants-In-Aid Information Session - Mike Unger, Senior Geophysicist at Chevron and Vice Chair of AAPG Foundation's Grants-In-Aid, delivered a great presentation, providing valuable information and tips about how to apply for graduate grants. Mike has been reviewing applications for about a decade, and his insight was much appreciated by those who attended. Dr. Julia Wellner, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and another Grants-In-Aid reviewer, was also in attendance, promoting more UH participation in the program. Grants-In_Aid can range from $500 to $3000, are a great way to receive additional funding for thesis projects, and are very prestigious. All UH geoscience graduates are encouraged to apply at some point in their academic careers. We would like to thank Mike Unger, Dr. Wellner, and all who attended. Now start applying!

For more information and applications, visit: http://foundation.aapg.org/gia/
Deadline: Thursday, January 31st, 2013 (deadline past)