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Competing in this prestigious geology competition are 10 schools, and we wish them all the best. The Winner will represent our region at the AAPG ACE in Long Beach, California, 22-25 April 2011.

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Jonna Gentry, a ninth grade earth science teacher in Colorado, is this year’s winner of the AAPG Foundation Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Natural Resources in the Earth Sciences K-12 – or, simply, Teacher of the Year.

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AAPG’s Europe Region has a new president: Welcome to Vlasta Dvorakova, who has been a very active president-elect over the past couple of years before assuming the presidential reins in June.Vlasta works for the Czech Geological Survey in Brno, Czech Republic.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

As I was formally introduced to AAPG leaders and staff as the Association’s ninth executive director in August, I spoke about three broad themes to guide our actions in achieving AAPG’s purpose.

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A reminder: AAPG Student members who graduated this fiscal year (between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011) now can choose to retain “Student” status for an additional 24 months after graduation – and take advantage of the lower Student dues rate of $10.

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Explorer Spotlight On…

The international competition, involving the world’s leading universities in petroleum geosciences, is hosted annually by AAPG and designed to give students an opportunity to use real technology on datasets, receive feedback from an industry panel, have the opportunity to impress potential employers in the audience and win cash awards for their schools.

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The 2011 Imperial Barrel Award Program involved 94 teams from 32 countries. Of the original 94, 12 teams overcame their own challenges and were supported by their own network of caring AAPG members who went the extra mile to ensure their team’s successful journey to the finals.

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Graduate students representing the University of Texas at Austin won first place in this year’s AAPG Imperial Barrel Award contest, taking the prize after a “spirited and intense competition.”

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Asia Pacific Blog

In order to represent the Asia Pacific at the AAPG 2011 Imperial Barrel Award competition at the AAPG ACE2011 in April, 8 teams are vying for this honour.

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The largest AAPG-SEG Student Expo to date attracted 385 attendees and representatives from 28 companies to the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.

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