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What is your definition of a “woman in geology”? Where does she work? How old is she? What is her specialty? Most importantly, are you one of these women? 

If so, join AAPG’s Professional Women in the Earth Sciences (PROWESS), AWG and the SEG Women’s Network on Saturday, April 1, 2017, in Houston!  

On AAPG’s 100-year anniversary, we're celebrating how far women geoscientists have come and making connections for a better future! Watch a special documentary presentation on the Pioneering Women of Petroleum Geology, participate in our costume contest, “What Does a Woman Geoscientist Look Like?” and network with our global community. We can't wait to see you there! 

 Learn more about this event through our video or at the AAPG ACE Web page (http://ace.aapg.org/2017/networking-and-events/100th-anniversary-events).

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