Holiday Happenings Party!!
When: Friday, December 6th @ 7PM
Where: Dr. Lehto's House (521 Montecito, San Angelo, Texas)
What should you bring: A $10 gift that is geology/physics related for the White Elephant Gift Exchange!!
January 13, 2013 (Monday): First Day of Class
January 15, 2013 (Wednesday): Officer Meeting
January 22, 2013 (Wednesday): First meeting; speaker TBA
January 29, 2013 (Wednesday): Joint meeting with S.A.G.S.; speaker TBA
Dues: It's that time again...
This year dues will be 10$. That's it. Dues will be collected throughout the first couple weeks of meetings. Remember, you are required to pay dues if you attend any of the meetings and choose to enjoy the dinner we provide. Mr. Bailey Welch, this year's Treasurer, will be more than happy to take your money!
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Brooke Schlemeyer - President
Mario Mata - Vice President
Raphael Franco - Secretary
Bailey Welch - Treasurer
Val Lopez - Webmaster
Josue Rodriguez - Historian
ASU Geology student wins AAPG Scholarship
Junior ASU Geology student Mario Mata is the winner of the L. Austin Week's Grant. He is awarded $500 to be put towards whatever he needs in regards to tuition, research, or to field camp, etc. Since Mario won, our AAPG student chapter was also awarded $500 to be put towards a cool field trip in the near future! Congratulations Mario!
NSF awards a grant to ASU's Geosciences program.
The National Science Foundation awarded Dr. Blount, Dr. Joe and Dr. Ward a $164,839 grant. With this grant, ASU created a program entitled "Pathways for Inspiring, Educating and Recruiting West Texans in the Geosciences." This money can be used help to educate and create awareness of Geosciences in future generations of students currently enrolled in Hispanic Serving Institutions within the San Angelo Independent School District. Currently, the program has two goals. First, to provide 500 students in grades 6-12 the opportunity to study Geosciences and become more aware of the career opportunities within Geosciences outside of the college degree. Second, they hope to educate and inspire at least 40 teachers in Geosciences content areas, and to sustain professional development support of those teachers throughout the academic year.
For more information, call the ASU Physics Department at 325-942-2242
James M. Varnadore Memorial Scholarship
For anybody who would like to donate to this scholarship fund, checks can be made out to ASU/James Varnadore Scholarship. The mailing address follows:
Dr. Jason Penry
Director of Development
Office of Development
Angelo State University
2601 W. Avenue N.
San Angelo, TX 76909
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