Who inspired you to study geoscience? AAPG and the AAPG Foundation are seeking nominations and applications for the 2018 Teach of the Year. The entry deadline is Jan. 15, 2018.

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Do you know a dedicated and inspiring K-12 Earth science teacher who is influencing the next generation of geoscientists? Nominations and applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Teacher of the Year.

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Join successful Women in Geosciences for an open discussion on ‭leadership traits for dynamic careers in the petroleum industry. An ‭understanding of current academic research and new technology ‭within a business framework can help geoscientists more effectively ‭communicate their ideas and lead multidisciplinary teams. ‭Technically adept and business savvy leadership is critical for ‭today’s geoscientist as technology is applied to new play concepts, ‭development of existing fields, and re-development of mature ‭reservoirs.

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Thanks to a generous AAPG Foundation grant, 52 middle- and high school educators from 14 school districts – predominantly in the Houston region – participated in the 2017 AAPG Convention and Exhibition (ACE) Earth Science Educator Program in celebration of AAPG’s 100th anniversary.

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Get involved in AAPG N.E.T., an online space for TIGs and SIGs where you can Network, Engage and Talk with other geoscientists.

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Women have come a long way in the last 100 years, transforming the workplace and the oilfield as they’ve fought their way into roles previously considered off-limits to them. As much as attitudes and expectations have changed, however, challenges remain as women continue to blaze new trails in the industry. These were the recurring themes at the Pioneering Women in Petroleum Geology Forum.

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This year’s Annual Convention and Exhibition will feature a special forum titled “Pioneering Women in Petroleum Geology,” which will be held April 1 in the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.

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Wondering what your next career step will be as a professional geoscientist – and how to make your goals a reality? Here's your chance to get insights and answers from some successful experts who know.

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For the past decade, educators have made a serious effort to get minority, female and non-traditional students involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Today that effort has intensified because of a combination of impetus from industry, research in geoscience education and societal changes.

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