PROWESS Shines Light On Women ‘Pioneers’  
By Courtney Chadney / March 2014

With AAPG’s 100-year anniversary now just three years away, the AAPG’s PROWESS Committee (Professional Women in Earth Sciences) is creating a way to recognize and honor pioneer women who were vitally important to AAPG, the profession and the industry.

Her Brilliant Career: Marie Still Loves Geology  
By Courtney Chadney / December 2013

Marie Gramann, a 65-year member of AAPG, decided at the young age of 13 that she was going to be a geologist.

Community Pride  
By Susie Moore / August 2013

Edward K. “Eddie” David, president of David Petroleum Corp. in Roswell, N.M., and a past AAPG president, was twice recognized this year for his generosity and involvement in his community.

Utah Team Wins IBA  
/ July 2013

Geoscience students from the University of Utah took the top prize in this year’s AAPG/AAPG Foundation Imperial Barrel Award competition, beating out 10 other teams from geoscience departments from around the world.

Utah Won as a Team  
By Barry Friedman / July 2013

Geoscience students from the University of Utah took the top prize in this year’s AAPG/AAPG Foundation Imperial Barrel Award competition.

Community Pride  
By Susie Moore / June 2013

How did he stay so cool? Sticking to the facts was key in dealing with the public and media during the aftermath of explosion at Macondo.

Wichita Falls Honors Gunns  
By Susie Moore / May 2013

Robert D. “Bob” Gunn and his wife Carol were honored jointly as 2012 Wichitan of the Year at the annual Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and Industry North Texas Economic Forum and Wichitan of the Year luncheon.

On the Rocks: Geologist Makes Business Pleasure  
By Barry Friedman / January 2013

Spotlight On: Patricio Desjardins has hiked all over the Canadian Rockies. His closer, more personal scrutiny of those mountains led him to places where the rocks were perfect for collecting the data he wanted.

Wigley’s Vision: Making Data More Accessible  
By Barry Friedman / December 2012

In the valued storage areas of AAPG offices in Tulsa, in electronic files and databases, cabinets and binders and loose leaf folders and online archives there are approximately a half million maps, photos, AAPG BULLETINs, AAPG publications, well logs and other important geoscience information.

Geology ‘Chef’ Serves Up a Tasty Idea  
By Barry Friedman / November 2012

A man in the kitchen is wearing a chef’s hat, a KISS THE GEOLOGIST apron and holding a butane torch and a marshmallow.

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