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Having just returned from a fantastic Annual Convention and Exhibition in Houston, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of AAPG, I’m feeling very encouraged about the future of our Association.

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As AAPG celebrates its 100th year, we continue to work hard to ensure the next century will also be successful.

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The AAPG Executive Committee has approved the following list of honors and award winners. The awards will be presented during the opening ceremony of the 2017 Annual Convention & Exhibition, set for April 2-5 in Houston.

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Do you know a teacher who is deserving of recognition for their efforts to inspire young geoscientists? The AAPG Foundation is looking to honor its 2017 Teacher of the Year (TOTY). Nominations and applications are now being accepted.

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Conventions offer something for everyone and in the low price environment, it’s the perfect time to attend. Attendees gain new skills and make contacts that could potentially lead to new jobs.

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Do you know a K-12 Earth science teacher who is exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled in providing excellence in geoscience education? Nominate a teacher for AAPG Foundation's 2017 Teacher of the Year.

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There are a surprising number of AAPG Members (new and experienced) who are not familiar with the technical divisions of AAPG and what they do. Given how much excellent work is done in the divisions, everyone is encouraged to learn more about them.

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Do you know someone who is worthy of AAPG honors? The AAPG Honors and Awards Committee seeks nominations for 2017 awards to be presented at the 100th Annual Convention and Exhibition in Houston, April 2-5, 2017.

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