The GSA Foundation supports GSA programs dedicated to the advancement of the geosciences.

  • Thanking Rep. David Price (D-NC) for his leadership preventing cuts to geoscience research at NSF.

    GSA president Claudia Mora, Matt Polizzotto, Jessica Witt, and Thomas Luckie, the GSA Rocky Mountain student award winner, thank Rep. David Price (D-NC) for his leadership preventing cuts to geoscience research at NSF.

  • Your support makes a difference! Make an end-of- year contribution to GeoStar graduate student research grants, or support the Policy Office in Washington DC to continue advocating for the geoscience community on Capitol Hill. Your gift today will have a lasting impact, and you will receive tax benefits for this calendar year.

News & Announcements

  • March For Science

    GSA and the March for Science

    The March for Science is scheduled for Earth Day, 22 April 2017, in Washington, D.C., with satellite events planned for many cities across the world. Many of the principles and goals align well with GSA’s mission and our position statements. [more]

  • Zealandia

    Zealandia: Earth’s Hidden Continent

    New Zealand and New Caledonia are connected by submerged continental crust across a large area of Earth's surface.

  • NEW!

    GSA Events Code of Conduct

    GSA promotes, provides, expects and endorses a professional and respectful atmosphere and values a diversity of views and opinions.

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    GSA President: Call to Action

    [Dec. 2016] GSA President Claudia Mora calls for GSA members to continue working for positive change and promoting scientific excellence.
    Read letter

Featured Events All Events

  • 30March2017
    SE GSA Richmond, Virginia, USA GSA Southeastern Section 66th Annual Meeting
  • 31March2017
    Application Deadline Cedar City & Bryce Canyon City, Utah Thompson Field Forum: Catastrophic Mega-Scale Landslide Failure of Large Volcanic Fields
  • 10April2017
    GSA Council Meeting Teleconference 10 April 2017 - 1–2 pm (Mountain Time)
    All GSA members are invited to attend the open sessions of this meeting. To participate, contact Susan Lofton.
  • 22April2017
    March For Science Washington, D.C. The March for Science will unite diverse groups of scientists and the public in a nonpartisan event.