James A. Hartman Service to Students Award

 

2019

Fred W. Schroeder, PhD

2018

Vicki L. Beighle

2017

Bryant Robert Fulk

2016

Richard William Ball

2015

William Paul Bosworth

2014

William S. Houston

Peter MacKenzie

2013

Katharine Lee Avary

2012

Steven Loring Veal

Connie Lynn Mongold

2011

Charles A. Caughey

2010

Robert Charles Shoup

2009

William Edward Hottman, PhD

Susan A. Waters

2008

Robert Travis Clarke

2007

Martha Lou Broussard

2006

Russell Larell Nielson

Fred Schroeder receives 2019 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas on May 20, 2019.
Bill Houston and Pete MacKenzie receive the 2014 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in Houston, Texas.
Lee Avary receives the 2013 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Connie Mongold and Steve Veal receive 2012 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in Long Beach, California.
Chuck Caughey receives 2011 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in Houston, Texas.
Bob Shoup receives 2010 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana.
William Hottman and Susan Waters receive 2009 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.
Robert Clarke receives 2008 Jim Hartman Service to Students Award at the AAPG/SEPM Student Reception during the Annual Convention & Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas.

The guidelines for the award are below and in essence require that a student chapter be active to receive the award. The Student Chapter Committee when evaluating the best student chapter reports seek out enthusiastic student chapters that capitalize on opportunities to enrich the experiences of its membership. Those chapters that best communicate the breadth of its activities and the impact it has on formulating the education and professional demeanor of its membership will be considered for the outstanding student chapter award.

Guidelines:

Must be an Active Student Chapter and have submitted the mid-year and end of year reports to AAPG. This means maintaining membership numbers (have at least 9 AAPG student members) and have at least 1 faculty sponsor who is an AAPG member.

Evaluations will be based on quality and detail of reports.

  • Activities: such as bringing in outside speakers, having field trips, community outreach or hosting special events.
  • Participation in community outreach focused on proliferation of scientific education.
  • Participation in AAPG Benefits and Programs: attendance of AAPG events such as ACE, ICE or Student Expos, and participation in events such as IBA or AGI Earth Science Week.

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