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  • MAPPT

    Mappt FREE for GSA members with .edu email address — heavily discounted for all others. Mappt is a new powerful mobile GIS and data collection app for Android. It enables geoscientists, environmental professionals, geoscience students, and others to easily map and capture data offline in the field using their tablet or mobile phone.

News & Announcements

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    GSA Science Communication Fellowship

    Help improve communication of geoscience knowledge between the members of GSA and the non-scientific community. Apply by 31 May

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    Congratulations to Research Grant Recipients

    $778,594 was awarded to 381 graduate students (52% of the 730 who applied for 2018), with an average grant of $2,044.

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    GSA's New Privacy Policy

    GSA has revised its privacy policy effective 10 May 2018. Please take a few moments to review.

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    GSA Scientific Divisions

    At its May meeting, GSA Council approved a new Geochronology Division; redefined the Soils and Continental Drilling IIGs as Divisions; and Archaeological Geology is now Geoarchaeology.

Featured Events All Events

  • 25May2018
    DEADLINE On To the Future (OTF) Applications are due today for partial travel scholarships for students and recent grads traditionally underrepresented in the geosciences to attend their first GSA Annual Meeting.
  • 31May2018
    APPLICATIONS DUE Science Communication Fellowship Apply for this 10-month fellowship to help improve communication of geoscience knowledge between the members of GSA and the non-scientific community.
  • 31May2018
    APPLICATIONS DUE Science Communication Fellowship Apply for this 10-month fellowship to help improve communication of geoscience knowledge between the members of GSA and the non-scientific community.
  • 15June2018
    APPLICATIONS DUE GSA Minority Student Scholarships This scholarship is granted to six undergraduate students who demonstrate a genuine commitment to the geosciences.