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The Asia Pacific Region spans the largest area of any in the AAPG global community -- it comprises 18 countries that stretch across three continents, two hemispheres, 10 time zones and is home to two-thirds of the world's population.

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What happens when you team up an earth science teacher and a geologist on field trip to amazing formations? It's a learning experience you're not soon to forget!

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Graduate students in search of internships and full-time employment once again will have the opportunity to interview and network with geoscience recruiters at the sixth annual AAPG/SEG Student Expo, set Oct. 5-6 in Houston at Rice University and the Radisson Hotel.

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Two new grant funds have been announced by the AAPG Foundation — one honoring an AAPG award winner, one memorializing an AAPG member who was killed in a recent traffic accident.

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Technical training center offers a place for geoscientists to brush up their computer skills.

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Peter Vail, who over his distinguished and prolific career has fired many a shot heard ’round the geoscience world – is this year’s Sidney Powers medalist.

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Peter R. Vail, acclaimed researcher and professor emeritus at Rice University, will be honored in Salt Lake City along with 41 others who will receive honors and awards during the opening session of the AAPG Annual Meeting.

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'In the simplest terms, a leader is one who knows where he wants to go, gets up, and goes.'

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Rock Star? Norm Hyne's teaching gives a new meaning to the phrase.

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Students studying in geosciences-related disciplines still have time to sign up for the 2003 AAPG/SEG Spring Student Expo, which will be held at the Sarkeys Energy Center on the University of Oklahoma main campus in Norman, Okla., on March 14-15.

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