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The Professional Women in Earth Sciences’ (PROWESS) third Diversity Seminar luncheon – an examination of the economics of diversity from a geoscience employment perspective – is set for New Orleans during the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition.

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The results are in: AAPG’s PROWESS Work Force Retention Survey provides insights into today’s workplace climate and its support of women professionals.

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Leading industry employers tell AAPG that although they recruit and hire the best geoscientists – and often at least half are women – they have problems retaining women geoscientists.

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AAPG will sponsor this year’s Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy and Technology (WGLC) – a decision that came easily for all of us to make.

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Dr. T and the Women (no, not the movie): AAPG President-Elect Scott Tinker, speaking in Bahrain, discusses the importance of attracting women to the geoscience work force -- and how to anticipate and overcome the challenges ahead.

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Emily Oatney knew as a teenager – a feeling affirmed by a hike in the mountains – that she wanted a career as a geologist.

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Minipermeameter gives field data and recognition for innovative technology to AAPG member Cynthia Dinwiddie.

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Making the grade: A middle school earth sciences teacher from Parker, Colo., is this year’s AAPG Teacher of theYear.

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This is not your father’s old career: The number of women geoscientists – and their impact – continues to grow and transform the industry in the 21st century.

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As everyone is probably aware, the AAPG and DPA decided to jointly fund the establishment of an office in Washington, D.C. (GEO-DC). The office was launched in mid-November and Don Juckett, director for GEO-DC hit the ground running.

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