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Explorer President’s Column

AAPG is working to include our female colleagues in many levels of leadership within our organization, but there is still a lot left to do.

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Energy Policy Blog

18 percent of AAPG members are women, up from 10 percent in 2006.

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Explorer Article

Ruth Schmidt, one of the first 100 women members of AAPG, is celebrated for her brilliant and adventurous career geologic career.

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Explorer Article

Heather McArdle, geosciences teacher at Mahopac High School in Mahopac, N.Y., won the AAPG Foundation’s Teacher of the Year Award for her renowned creativity and classroom dedication. 

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Explorer Spotlight On…

With AAPG’s 100-year anniversary now just three years away, the AAPG’s PROWESS Committee (Professional Women in Earth Sciences) is creating a way to recognize and honor pioneer women who were vitally important to AAPG, the profession and the industry.

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Explorer Spotlight On…

Marie Gramann, a 65-year member of AAPG, decided at the young age of 13 that she was going to be a geologist.

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Explorer Making a Difference

One AAPG member uses her personal touch to grow AAPG’s international presence.

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Explorer ProTracks

A new short course addressing career development and leadership in the energy industry premiered at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in Long Beach, Calif.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

In a previous column we talked about the fact that AAPG is a member-led organization. We elect our officers from among the membership, and these folks donate their time and talent to guide the Association during their term of service.

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Explorer Article

For the record: AAPG has a graduated dues structure – and has since 2008.

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