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Committee Rosters 2020-2021

 
IDFullNameCompanyPositionRankTermStartTermEndPhoneProductCodeCommitteeDescriptionEmail
9128012Kellen L. GundersonChevron Energy Technology CompanyChair & Member-at-Large17/1/20206/30/2021(832) 854-3256COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

kgunderson@chevron.com
1247950Margaret R. EggersEggers Environmental, Inc.Councilor417/1/20196/30/2022(760) 757-7711COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

meggers@eggersenv.com
1121432Scott F. BurnsPortland State Univ Dept GeologyQuaternary Geology & Geomorphology Division Representative667/1/20206/30/2023(503) 725-3389COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

burnss@pdx.edu
1321464Eileen D. GilliganEileen D. Gilligan, Ph. D., Inc.Environmental & Engineering Geology Division Representative667/1/20206/30/2023(315) 677-7868COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

egilliga@twcny.rr.com
9146406Jonathan B. Sumrall, Ph.D.Fort Hays State UniversityKarst Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2022(813) 240-1696COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jbsumrall@fhsu.edu
2001035David R. WunschDelaware Geological Survey University of DelawareHydrogeology Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2022(302) 831-8258COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dwunsch@udel.edu
2007149Nelia W. Dunbar801 Leroy Place New Mexico TechAssociation of American State Geologists Representative917/1/20196/30/2022(575) 418-8805COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

nelia.dunbar@nmt.edu
1370684Howard E. Harper, Jr.SEPM Society for Sedimentary GeologySociety for Sedimentary Geology Representative917/1/20196/30/2022 COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

hharper@sepm.org
2005285Stephen J. Van der HovenGenesis Engineering & RedevelopmentMember-at-Large Industry1277/1/20206/30/2023209-599-2004COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

sjvanderhoven@gmail.com
9141424Stuart Michael KenderesUniversity of Missouri Department of Geological SciencesMember-at-Large Student1307/1/20196/30/2022 COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

smkqp4@mail.missouri.edu
9186440Tahlia BearGSAInvitee1406/25/2016 (303) 357-1066COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

tbear@geosociety.org
9162005Debbie MarcinkowskiGSA FoundationInvitee1406/25/2016 (303) 357-1047COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dmarcinkowski@geosociety.org
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1421/7/2019 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9190903Jennifer NocerinoThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/1/2011  COMMITTEE/ACADEM_APPLDAcademic and Applied Geoscience Relations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with strengthening and expanding relations between GSA members in applied and academic geosciences. Proactively coordinates the Society's effort to facilitate greater cooperation between academia, industry, and government geoscientists. This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Bighorn Basin Field Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee members will review and rank applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Award in April or will create a subcommittee for this activity. The subcommittee will comprise a minimum of 4 committee members or 2 committee members and 2 members chosen from related GSA group, such as the Energy Division. The application review and ranking process involves reviewing cover letters and two letters of recommendation for each candidate and ordering the applications in accordance with application quality.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be committed to developing a better integration of applied and academic science in GSA meetings, publications, short courses, field trips, and education and outreach programs. Members must also be active in one or more GSA Divisions. Professional Interests: Environmental & Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Karst, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Sedimentary Geology.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jnocerino@geosociety.org
9256203Nan StoutGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1409/5/20189/5/2022303-357-1012COMMITTEE/AH_ETHICSAd Hoc Committee on EthicsAd Hoc Committee On Ethics, established in January 2018; nstout@geosociety.org
9116414Richelle M. Allen-KingUniversity at Buffalo, SUNY GeologyChair & Member-at-Large17/1/20196/30/2021(716) 645-4287COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

richelle@buffalo.edu
1084846Wendy A. BohrsonColorado School of Mines Geology and Geological EngineeringCouncilor417/1/20196/30/2023 COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

bohrson@mines.edu
1600278Kevin L. MickusMissouri State Univ GeologyTechnical Program Chair607/1/20206/30/2021(417) 836-6375COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

kevinmickus@missouristate.edu
9051534Amy L. Brock-HonUniv Tennessee - Chattanooga Dept. Biology, Geology and Env. Sci.Technical Program Vice-Chair617/1/20206/30/2021(435) 425-4409COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

amy-brock-hon@utc.edu
9081510Robinson CecilCalifornia State University NorthridgeMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2024(818) 677-7009COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

robinson.cecil@csun.edu
1157250Philippe ClaeysVrije Universiteit BrusselMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023(322) 629-3394COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

phclaeys@vub.be
1184720Ronadh CoxWilliams College Geosciences DepartmentMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2022(413) 597-2297COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

rcox@williams.edu
2000266Craig J. R. HartUniversity of British Columbia Mineral Deposit Research UnitMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2022604 822-5149COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

chart@eoas.ubc.ca
2012583Jennifer C. McIntoshUniversity of Arizona Hydrology and Water ResourcesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023(520) 626-2282COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

mcintosh@hwr.arizona.edu
2007961Larry D. McKayUniv Tennessee - Knoxville Dept Earth & Planetary SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20176/30/2021(865) 974-7782COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

lmckay@utk.edu
9155778Cary Lindsey Member-at-Large Student1307/1/20196/30/2021(775) 682-8149COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

caryrlindsey@gmail.com
9199903Lindsey HensleeThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/26/2015 303-357-1006COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

lhenslee@geosociety.org
9064911Christa K. StrattonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2015 (303) 357-1093COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

cstratton@geosociety.org
9115821Nancy WrightThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2018 (303) 357-1061COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

nwright@geosociety.org
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor/ Liaison1421/7/2019 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor14210/12/2018 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/ANNUAL_PROGRAMAnnual Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee is charged with increasing the quality of the annual and other Society-sponsored meetings in terms of science, education and outreach. Evaluates the technical and scientific programs annually to identify modifications necessary for accomplishing the Society's long-range goals. Conducts short and long-range planning for the Society meetings as a whole, and develops a long-term logistical plan/strategy for the technical programs of Society meetings and other Society-sponsored meetings.

Committee Requirements:

The membership should reflect the global nature of the geological sciences, including disciplinary and employment background.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets for 1 ½ days in February each year in Boulder, CO and briefly meets during the Annual Meeting. Communicates through GSA Connected Community.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
2001036Suzanne OConnell134 Pine St. Dept Earth & Enviro ScienceCouncil Liaison447/1/20206/30/2021(860) 754-4493COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

soconnell@wesleyan.edu
1071576M. E. BickfordSyracuse Univ Dept Earth SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(315) 443-9290COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

mebickfo@syr.edu
1145961Thure E. CerlingUniv Utah Dept Geology & Geophysics. FASB Rm 383Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(801) 581-7062COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

thure.cerling@utah.edu
1244432Cynthia J. Ebinger Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/20225048623201COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

cebinger@tulane.edu
1290110David M. Fountain Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dmfountain@comcast.net
1315043George E. GehrelsUniv Arizona Dept GeosciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(520) 349-4702COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ggehrels@gmail.com
1885700Lisa TauxeScripps Institution of Oceanography Geosciences Research DivisionMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(858) 534-6084COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ltauxe@ucsd.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/DAY_MEDALArthur L. Day Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Arthur L. Day Medal. This award recognizes outstanding distinction in the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems, with no restriction to the particular field of geologic research.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of those who have made “distinct contributions to geologic knowledge through the application of physics and chemistry to the solution of geologic problems.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyGSA Treasurer361/1/2017 (217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.rberg@illinois.edu
1247950Margaret R. EggersEggers Environmental, Inc.Councilor417/1/20206/30/2023(760) 757-7711COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.meggers@eggersenv.com
1766100Jeff Rubin Councilor417/1/20196/30/2022 COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.jnrubin@aya.yale.edu
2005820Michael A. Manship Investment Committee Representative764/1/20186/30/2021(406) 580-6621COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.rokkman6@gmail.com
1712570Jonathan G. Price Member-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(775) 200-8077COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.jprice@unr.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9126059Thomas HaberthierGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/1/2012 (303) 357-1019COMMITTEE/AUDITAudit CommitteeThe Audit Committee recommends the selection of an outside auditing firm, approves the overall scope of the audit, reviews the independent auditor's assessment of the adequacy of internal controls systems, reviews the annual financial statements and accompanying audit report, and directs any special investigations deemed necessary by the Council. The Audit Committee reports its findings both orally and in writing to the GSA Council at the fall meeting. In addition to its GSA role, the Audit Committee performs the same function for the GSA Foundation, taking its direction from the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and reporting to that board.thaberthier@geosociety.org
1301700Joan E. FryxellCalifornia State Univ - San Bernardino Dept Geological SciencesCouncil Member-at-Large427/1/20186/30/2021(909) 537-5311COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jfryxell@csusb.edu
2011103Eugene SzymanskiChevron Technology Company Geology DepartmentMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(785) 727-9257COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

eugene.szymanski@gmail.com
2001539William M. Andrews, Jr.Kentucky Geological Survey, Univ of KyMember-at-Large Government1277/1/20206/30/2023(859) 323-0506COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

wandrews@uky.edu
9258643Michael R. Cornyn Member-at-Large Industry1277/1/20206/30/2023(337) 344-0177COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

graymr51@bellsouth.net
9132793Hannah J. BlatchfordUniversity of Minnesota Department of Earth SciencesMember-at-Large Student1307/1/20196/30/2022(207) 838-7239COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

blatc005@umn.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/GEOMAP_AWARDBascom Mapping Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Florence Bascom Geologic Mapping Award. This award acknowledges contributions in published high-quality geologic mapping that led the recipient to publish significant new scientific or economic-resource discoveries, and to contribute greater understanding of fundamental geologic processes and concepts.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be knowledgeable in the field of mapping

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
1249148Elizabeth A. EideNational Academy of Sciences Division on Earth and Life StudiesChair17/1/20206/30/2021(202) 334-2392COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

eeide853@gmail.com
9167345Lily J. Jackson Past Chair67/1/20206/30/2021(602) 214-6475COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

lilyjacksonaz@gmail.com
9064330Candace L. Kairies-BeattyWinona State University Department of GeoscienceChair-elect117/1/20206/30/2021(507) 474-5789COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

ckairiesbeatty@winona.edu
1240536Barbara L. DutrowLouisiana State Univ Dept Geology & GeophysicsCouncil Liaison447/1/20206/30/2023(225) 578-2525COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

dutrow@lsu.edu
9200117Michael O'Connor Congressional Science Fellow5610/5/201912/31/20206313572522COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

mtoconnor12@gmail.com
9106444Caitlin Keating-BitontiAAAS Science Policy FellowRecent Congressional Science Fellow591/1/20206/30/2022(406) 207-1936COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

crkeatin@gmail.com
1022174David ApplegateUSGSUSGS Representative8112/18/201912/31/2021(703) 648-6600COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

appleapplegate@gmail.com
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2013 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

slofton@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1404/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9155436Kasey S. WhiteGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor/ Liaison1427/1/2012 (202) 669-0466COMMITTEE/CONG_SCI_FELLCongressional Science Fellowship Selection Committee

The responsibility of the Selection Committee is to review all applicants and nominees for the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship, and select the Fellowship recipient.

Note: This committee is a subcommittee of the Geology and Public Policy Committee.

kwhite@geosociety.org
1970380Sherilyn C. Williams-StroudUniversity of Illinois Illinois State Geological SurveyChair & Member-at-Large17/1/20196/30/2022(217) 300-8064COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

swilliamsstroud@gmail.com
1934150J. Douglas WalkerUniv Kansas Ritchie HallGSA President216/28/20206/30/2021(785) 864-2735COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

jdwalker@ku.edu
9073720Katharine W. HuntingtonUniv Washington Dept Earth and Space SciencesCouncilor417/1/20206/30/2023(206) 543-1750COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

kate1@uw.edu
2006910PRAJUKTI BHATTACHARYYA953 W Conger StreetMember-at-Large1267/15/20196/30/2022(262) 472-5257COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

bhattacj@uww.edu
9131100George Daly Member-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(951) 217-5936COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

dalyge@miamioh.edu
9131050Steven H. EmermanMalach ConsultingMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(801) 921-1228COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

SHEmerman@gmail.com
9142606Angel A. Garcia, Jr.James Madison University Department of Geology and Environ Sc.Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/20235405686567COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

garci4aa@jmu.edu
2007783Julie C. LibarkinMichigan State University Dept. of Geological SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(517) 355-8369COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

libarkin@msu.edu
9255917Russell E. Stands Over Bull Member-at-Large Industry1277/1/20206/30/2023(406) 672-7121COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

russell_stands@msn.com
9208342David M. Davis Member-at-Large Student1308/22/20196/30/2023(404) 709-5865COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

dmd7274@gmail.com
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1402/1/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
9256203Nan StoutGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1409/1/20188/31/2021303-357-1012COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

nstout@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1425/27/2014 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9186440Tahlia BearGSAGSA Liaison1491/1/2017 (303) 357-1066COMMITTEE/DIVERSITY_GEODiversity in the Geosciences Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee initiates activities and programs that will increase opportunities for people of ethnic minority, women, and persons with disabilities including raising awareness in the geosciences community of the positive role these groups play within the geosciences. The committee is also charged with stimulating recruitment and promoting positive career development for these groups. Some current programs and awards that this committee is responsible for include the On To the Future program, Bromery Award for Minorities, and minority scholarships (dependent on funding).

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with the employment issues these groups face; expertise and leadership experience in such areas as human resources and education is also desired.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electonically.

tbear@geosociety.org
9073720Katharine W. HuntingtonUniv Washington Dept Earth and Space SciencesCouncilor417/1/20196/30/2021(206) 543-1750COMMITTEE/CURTIS_MEMDoris M. Curtis Memorial Fund for Women in Science Award

Committee Charge

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the Outstanding Woman in Science Award.

kate1@uw.edu
2009764Nathan A. NiemiUniversity of Michigan Earth and Environmental SciencesCouncilor417/1/20196/30/2021(734) 764-6377COMMITTEE/CURTIS_MEMDoris M. Curtis Memorial Fund for Women in Science Award

Committee Charge

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the Outstanding Woman in Science Award.

naniemi@umich.edu
2001040Glenn David ThackrayIdaho State University Department of GeosciencesCouncilor417/1/20206/30/2022(208) 282-3871COMMITTEE/CURTIS_MEMDoris M. Curtis Memorial Fund for Women in Science Award

Committee Charge

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the Outstanding Woman in Science Award.

thacglen@isu.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/CURTIS_MEMDoris M. Curtis Memorial Fund for Women in Science Award

Committee Charge

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the Outstanding Woman in Science Award.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/CURTIS_MEMDoris M. Curtis Memorial Fund for Women in Science Award

Committee Charge

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the Outstanding Woman in Science Award.

dolvera@geosociety.org
2003035Amy L. EllweinParadox GeologicChair17/1/20206/30/2021(505) 331-4867COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

amy.ellwein@gmail.com
1260027Johan P. EriksonSaint Joseph's CollegeVice-Chair127/1/20206/30/2021(207) 409-7886COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jerikson@sjcme.edu
1240536Barbara L. DutrowLouisiana State Univ Dept Geology & GeophysicsGSA President217/1/20206/30/2023(225) 578-2525COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dutrow@lsu.edu
9149967Katherine RykerUniversity of South Carolina 701 Sumter Street, EWS 617Geoscience Education Division Representative6610/24/20176/30/2022(803) 777-9513COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

kryker@seoe.sc.edu
2003035Amy L. EllweinParadox GeologicRocky Mtn Section Representative717/1/20176/30/2021(505) 331-4867COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

amy.ellwein@gmail.com
9263850Yueyi CheUC BerkeleyUndergraduate Student Representative817/1/20206/30/2022(510) 926-8616COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

yueyiche@berkeley.edu
9212805Larry B. Collins, Jr.Washington State UniversityGraduate Student Representative817/1/20196/30/2021(570) 529-5290COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

larry.collins@wsu.edu
1260027Johan P. EriksonSaint Joseph's College4-Year College Faculty Representative817/1/20196/30/2023(207) 409-7886COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jerikson@sjcme.edu
9106444Caitlin Keating-BitontiAAAS Science Policy FellowInformal Science Educator Representative817/1/20186/30/2022(406) 207-1936COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

crkeatin@gmail.com
2001920Eric KirbyUNC, Chapel Hill Department of Geological SciencesGraduate Educator Respresentative817/1/20186/30/2022 COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ekirby@unc.edu
2008517Katrien J. KraftWhatcom Community College Science Dept2-Year College Faculty Representative817/1/20176/30/2021(360) 383-3539COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

wcckaatje@gmail.com
9097270Lauren Neitzke AdamoRutgers University Geology Museum Office of STEM EducationPre-College Educator (K-12) Representative817/1/20176/30/2021(732) 932-7342COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

lauren.adamo@rutgers.edu
9082372Renee M. ClaryMississippi State University GeosciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023(662) 325-3915COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

rclary@geosci.msstate.edu
2011507Paul G. HarnikColgate University Department of GeologyMember-at-Large1267/1/20176/30/2021(315) 228-6802COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

pharnik@colgate.edu
1026300Pranoti M. AsherAmerican Geophysical UnionInvitee1407/1/2016 2027777522COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

pasher@agu.org
2006188Aida A. Awad Invitee1407/1/2013 (847) 331-0526COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

aawad@tothecloudedu.com
9181341Belinda E. Jacobs Invitee1407/1/20206/30/2023(512) 252-4646COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

bjrockgirl11@gmail.com
9115649Carla McAuliffeTERC CSTLInvitee1407/1/20206/30/2023480-612-4572COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

Carla_McAuliffe@terc.edu
9205598Susan NashAmerican Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists AAPGInvitee1407/1/2016  COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

snash@aapg.org
9255154Lesley PetrieThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1409/17/2018  COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

lpetrie@geosociety.org
9270925Edward RobeckAmerican Geosciences Institute Education & OutreachInvitee1407/1/2016  COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ecrobeck@americangeosciences.org
9064911Christa K. StrattonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1426/28/2016 (303) 357-1093COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

cstratton@geosociety.org
9083651Matthew W. DawsonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison14912/21/2018 (303) 357-1025COMMITTEE/EDUCATIONEducation Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides information and direction to the Society regarding programs and initatives that support informal, pre-college (K•12), undergraduate, and graduate earth-science education.

Committee Requirements:

Committee membership is nominated to span a wide range of educational sectors in order to ensure representation by diverse stakeholders. Members should enjoy collaborating with other interested scientific organizations and science teachers’ groups.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

mdawson@geosociety.org
1934150J. Douglas WalkerUniv Kansas Ritchie HallGSA President & Chair17/1/20206/30/2021(785) 864-2735COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

jdwalker@ku.edu
1819865Donald I. Siegel GSA Past President267/1/20206/30/2021(315) 380-1957COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

disiegel@syr.edu
1240536Barbara L. DutrowLouisiana State Univ Dept Geology & GeophysicsPresident-Elect317/1/20206/3/2021(225) 578-2525COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

dutrow@lsu.edu
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyGSA Treasurer367/1/2017 (217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

rberg@illinois.edu
2009764Nathan A. NiemiUniversity of Michigan Earth and Environmental SciencesCouncil Member-at-Large427/1/20206/30/2021(734) 764-6377COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

naniemi@umich.edu
9126059Thomas HaberthierGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2012 (303) 357-1019COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

thaberthier@geosociety.org
1559925Christopher G. Maples Invitee1406/9/2020  COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

chrisgmaples@gmail.com
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor14212/15/2014 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/5/2013 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/EXECUTIVEExecutive Committee

Committee Charge Summary

The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the GSA Council between its regular meetings, and reports to and advises the Council on matters pertinent to GSA's vision, mission, strategic plan, and other business.

Meetings and Time Committment

This Committe meets: Prior to the spring Council meeting at headquarters and prior to the fall Council meeting at the Annual Meeting site. Meetings may also be held at the discretion of the chair and via monthly teleconferences as needed

slofton@geosociety.org
1343593Robbie R. GriesGries Energy Partners LLCChair17/1/20206/30/2021(303) 296-3435COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

rrgries@gmail.com
1819865Donald I. Siegel GSA Past President267/1/20206/30/2021(315) 380-1957COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

disiegel@syr.edu
2001036Suzanne OConnell134 Pine St. Dept Earth & Enviro ScienceDay Medal Award Committee Chair637/1/20206/30/2021(860) 754-4493COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

soconnell@wesleyan.edu
1999934Madeline E. SchreiberVirginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ Dept GeosciencesPenrose Medal Award Committee Chair637/1/20206/30/2021(540) 231-3377COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

mschreib@vt.edu
9241203James Lamsdell  Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2021 COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

james.lamsdell@mail.wvu.edu
1563240Stephen MarshakUniv Illinois - Urbana-Champaign Dept Geology /Natural History BldgStructural Geology & Tectonics Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2021(217) 333-7705COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

smarshak@illinois.edu
9090689Jason S. PolkWestern Kentucky UniversityKarst Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2021(270) 745-5015COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

jason.polk@wku.edu
9139974Susan Stover, PGEmerita, Kansas Geological SurveyGeology & Society Division Representative667/1/20196/30/2021(785) 554-7609COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

SusanStover@ku.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/EXTERNAL_AWARDSExternal Awards Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of the committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the numerous external awards for distinguished achievements in science and for important public service. The committee was established as a means to promote recognition and national visibility of earth sciences and geology by persistently making credible nominations for the external national awards.

dolvera@geosociety.org
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyGSA Treasurer & Chair17/1/2017 (217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee rberg@illinois.edu
1934150J. Douglas WalkerUniv Kansas Ritchie HallGSA President217/1/20206/30/2021(785) 864-2735COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee jdwalker@ku.edu
9110396Carl Fricke Investment Committee Representative767/1/20166/30/2021(415) 845-6657COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee carl.fricke@gmail.com
9088861Mark Little Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(919) 962-1041COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee mrq5749@gmail.com
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/5/2015 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee slofton@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9126059Thomas HaberthierGeological Society of AmericaGSA Controller/Liaison1477/1/2012 (303) 357-1019COMMITTEE/FINANCEFinance Committee thaberthier@geosociety.org
1249148Elizabeth A. EideNational Academy of Sciences Division on Earth and Life StudiesChair17/1/20206/30/2021(202) 334-2392COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

eeide853@gmail.com
9167345Lily J. Jackson Past Chair67/1/20206/30/2021(602) 214-6475COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

lilyjacksonaz@gmail.com
9064330Candace L. Kairies-BeattyWinona State University Department of GeoscienceChair-elect117/1/20206/30/2021(507) 474-5789COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

ckairiesbeatty@winona.edu
1240536Barbara L. DutrowLouisiana State Univ Dept Geology & GeophysicsCouncil Liaison447/1/20206/30/2023(225) 578-2525COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

dutrow@lsu.edu
9200117Michael O'Connor Congressional Science Fellow561/1/202012/31/20206313572522COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

mtoconnor12@gmail.com
9106444Caitlin Keating-BitontiAAAS Science Policy FellowImmediate Past Cong Science Fellow571/1/202012/31/2020(406) 207-1936COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

crkeatin@gmail.com
9234372Melanie Thornton Past Past Congressional Science Fellow581/1/202012/31/2020(202) 224-9313COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

thorntonmelanie4@gmail.com
9064330Candace L. Kairies-BeattyWinona State University Department of GeoscienceGeology & Society Division Representative661/1/20186/30/2022(507) 474-5789COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

ckairiesbeatty@winona.edu
9168994Robert Trevor Goldman North-Central Section Representative711/1/20196/30/2023 COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

rgoldma3@illinois.edu
9012893Matthew J. KohnBoise State University Department of GeosciencesRocky Mtn Section Representative717/1/20186/30/2021(208) 426-2757COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

mattkohn@boisestate.edu
1556252MaryAnn Love Malinconico Northeastern Section Representative717/1/20186/30/2021(610) 704-9755COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

lovem@lafayette.edu
1700988Nicholas PinterUniversity of California Davis Dept. of Earth and Planetary SciencesCordilleran Section Representative717/1/20186/30/2021(530) 754-1041COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

npinter@ucdavis.edu
1825403Wm Jay Sims, III South-Central Section Representative717/1/20166/30/2022(501) 371-7613COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

wmjaysims@gmail.com
1887412Kenneth B. Taylor, PG Southeastern Section Representative715/29/20196/30/2021(919) 707-9211COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

kenneth.b.taylor@ncdenr.gov
9219971Joe GillmanMissouri Geological SurveyDepartment oAssociation of American State Geologists Representative9110/25/2015 (573) 368-2101COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

joe.gillman@dnr.mo.gov
1461629Christopher M. KeaneAmerican Geosciences InstituteAmerican Geosciences Institute Representative917/1/20196/30/2021(703) 379-2480COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

keane@americangeosciences.org
9077496Elizabeth LandauAGU Public AffairsAmerican Geophysical Union Representative917/1/2009 (202) 777-7535COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

elandau@agu.org
9177978Jens Thomas BirkholzerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/20221 510 486 7134COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

jtbirkholzer@lbl.gov
9261325Jennifer Rivers Cole Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/20236176151612COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

jcole01@fas.harvard.edu
9095804Darcy K. McPhee Member-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(650) 906-6140COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

dkwoman@hotmail.com
1627847Maureen A. MuldoonWisconsin Geological and Natural History SurveyMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(608) 265-8181COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

muldoon@wisc.edu
9115838Jess PhoenixBlueprint EarthMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(310) 413-8735COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

jess@blueprintearth.org
9224126Monica Elizabeth Dix Member-at-Large Student1307/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

monica.e.dix@gmail.com
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/10/2017 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

slofton@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/1/2016 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9108687Mike Norder Invitee1401/1/20176/30/2021(303) 357-1029COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

mnorder@geosociety.org
9200117Michael O'Connor Invitee14010/5/201912/31/20206313572522COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

mtoconnor12@gmail.com
9155436Kasey S. WhiteGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (202) 669-0466COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

kwhite@geosociety.org
9155436Kasey S. WhiteGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/5/2012 (202) 669-0466COMMITTEE/GPPCGeology and Public Policy Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee provides advice on public policy matters to Council and GSA leadership by monitoring and assessing international, national, and regional science policy; formulating and recommending position statements; and sponsoring policy-relevant activities at meetings.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have experience with public-policy issues involving the science of geology and the ability to develop, disseminate, and translate information from the geologic sciences into useful forms for the general public, policymakers and for GSA members.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at Annual Meeting in the fall and in Washinton, D.C. in the spring Communicates by phone and/or electronically between meetings.

kwhite@geosociety.org
1472650Nazrul I. Khandaker, PG9420 Guy R Brewer Blvd AC-2F09Chair17/1/20196/30/2023(718) 262-2079COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

nkhandaker@york.cuny.edu
2001920Eric KirbyUNC, Chapel Hill Department of Geological SciencesInternational IIG Chair17/1/20196/30/2023 COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ekirby@unc.edu
9099041Li JinSUNY Cortland Geology, Bowers Hall RM1004Secretary167/1/20196/30/2023(607) 753-2188COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

li.jin@cortland.edu
1117751Douglas W. Burbank Member-at-Large1261/1/20176/30/2021(805) 895-4708COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

burbank@ucsb.edu
1145703Ibrahim CemenUniversity of Alabama Geological Sciences Bevill Energy BldgMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2024(405) 762-9645COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

icemen@ua.edu
9105736Peter J. HeaneyPenn State Univ Dept GeosciencesMember-at-Large1261/1/20196/30/2021(814) 865-6821COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

pjheaney@psu.edu
1422944Mary S. HubbardMontana State University 226 Traphagen HallMember-at-Large1266/25/20186/30/2022435-881-2251COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

mary.hubbard@montana.edu
9075267Abhijit MukherjeeIndian Institute of TechnologyMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/202491-3222-283396COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

amukh2@gmail.com
9084551Avner VengoshDuke University Div of Earth & Ocean SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023(919) 681-8050COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vengosh@duke.edu
2006854Maeve A. Boland Member-at-Large Outside North America1277/1/20206/30/2024 COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

bolandm@earthlink.net
1257790Yehouda EnzelThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem Institute of Earth SciencesMember-at-Large Outside North America1277/1/20186/30/2022+972-2-6584686COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

yehouda.enzel@mail.huji.ac.il
9149000J. Bruce H. ShyuNational Taiwan University Department of GeosciencesMember-at-Large International Associated Society1277/1/20186/30/2022+886-2-33669401COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jbhs@ntu.edu.tw
2003112Daniel F. StockliUniversity of Texas at AustinMember-at-Large North America1277/1/20186/30/2022(512) 964-8771COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

stockli@jsg.utexas.edu
9263850Yueyi CheUC BerkeleyMember-at-Large Student1307/1/20206/30/2022(510) 926-8616COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

yueyiche@berkeley.edu
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee14011/1/2014 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

slofton@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1402/14/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/INTL_COMMGSA International Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee serves as GSA’s coordination and communication resource seeking to promote, create, and enhance opportunities for international cooperation related to the scientific, educational, and outreach missions shared by GSA and like-minded professional societies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Build collaborative relationships with Divisions and Associated Societies in international issues and serve as channel for member generated proposals for international themes.

Committee Requirements:

No special requirements

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting.Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyGSA Treasurer367/1/2017 (217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

rberg@illinois.edu
1559925Christopher G. Maples GSA Foundation President517/11/2020  COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

chrisgmaples@gmail.com
1411506Thomas L. Holzer, RG GSA Foundation Treasurer5210/1/2017  COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

tom.holzer@gmail.com
1158237Bruce R. Clark Member-at-Large12610/1/2017 (949) 394-3028COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

brucerclark@gmail.com
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1404/1/2015 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

slofton@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9126059Thomas HaberthierGeological Society of AmericaGSA Controller/Liaison1477/1/2012 (303) 357-1019COMMITTEE/INVESTMENTSInvestments Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to meet with the Society money managers and to inform the Council about investment of the funds, securities, and other investments of the Society.

The committee acts for the Council in deciding on the purchase or sale of securities although authority for ordering actual transactions is reserved for the president, vice-president, past president, or treasurer.

The committee shall be responsible for a report on the condition of the portfolio and shall make recommendations concerning overall policy and types of investment. The chair shall submit an annual report to be published in the Annual Report of The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Using the cash flow needs projection for the upcoming year approved by Council at the time of budget approval, the Committee on Investments, through its outside money manager, will establish a cash transfer account to implement quarterly transfers achieved in such a way that the asset allocation of funds is maintained. Transfers are then reported immediately to the Committee on Investments, and the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will approve in advance any cash flow transfer projections that exceed the cash flow transfer projections approved by Council at the time of budget approval.

thaberthier@geosociety.org
1600278Kevin L. MickusMissouri State Univ GeologyTechnical Program Chair6012/1/201910/27/2020(417) 836-6375COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

kevinmickus@missouristate.edu
9051534Amy L. Brock-HonUniv Tennessee - Chattanooga Dept. Biology, Geology and Env. Sci.Technical Program Vice-Chair6112/1/201910/27/2020(435) 425-4409COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

amy-brock-hon@utc.edu
1036465Paul A. BakerDuke University Division of Earth and Ocean ScienceContinental Scientific Drilling Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(919) 684-6450COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

pbaker@duke.edu
9108363Beth Ann BartelMichigan Technological UniversityGeology & Society Division Representative662/1/202011/30/2020(303) 717-2225COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

bbartel@mtu.edu
1101620Julie Brigham-Grette627 N. Pleasant Street, Morrill BDLG Geosciences Univ of MassachusettsQuaternary Geology & Geomorphology Division Representative6610/5/201911/30/2021(413) 545-4840COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

juliebg@geo.umass.edu
9086087Andrea E. BrookfieldUniversity of WaterlooHydrogeology Division Representative667/1/202011/30/2022(519) 888-4567COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

andrea.brookfield@uwaterloo.ca
9073816Debra BuczkowskiJHU Applied Physics LaboratoryPlanetary Geology Division Representative666/17/201911/30/2021(443) 778-2684COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

Debra.Buczkowski@jhuapl.edu
9191201Marc L. BuursinkUS Geological SurveyEnergy Geology Division Representative6612/1/201511/30/2020(703) 648-6517COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

buursink.usgs@gmail.com
1135350Rosemary C. CapoUniversity of Pittsburgh Geology & Environmental ScienceMineralogy, Geochemistry, Petrology & Volcanology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(412) 624-8873COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rcapo@pitt.edu
9264674Ting ChenLos Alamos National LaboratoryGeophysics & Geodynamics Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(505) 667-8938COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

tchen.lanl@gmail.com
9082372Renee M. ClaryMississippi State University GeosciencesHistory & Philosophy of Geology Division Representative6612/1/2012 (662) 325-3915COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rclary@geosci.msstate.edu
2000871Juliet G. CriderUniversity of Washington Earth and Space Sciences, Box 351310Structural Geology & Tectonics Division Representative666/24/201911/30/2020(206) 543-8715COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

criderj@uw.edu
9154509Charles Doug Czajka, PG Geoscience Education Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(919) 349-0681COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

doug.czajka@uvu.edu
2012399Saugata DattaUniv of Texas at San Antonio Department of Geological SciencesGeology & Health Division Representative6612/1/201111/30/2020(210) 458-4752COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

saugata.datta@utsa.edu
9093076Ashlee Laura Denton DereUNO Department of Geography/GeologySoils Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(858) 243-2644COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

adere@unomaha.edu
1229856Rebecca J. DorseyUniversity of Oregon Department of Earth SciencesStructural Geology & Tectonics Division Representative667/27/202010/30/2022(541) 346-4431COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rdorsey@uoregon.edu
9085385Benjamin DrenthU.S. Geological SurveyGeophysics & Geodynamics Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/2020(303) 236-1827COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

bdrenth@usgs.gov
2006610Martha Cary (Missy) EppesUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte Dept Geography & Earth SciencesQuaternary Geology & Geomorphology Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(704) 687-5993COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

meppes@uncc.edu
9163689Brandt M. Gibson Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2022 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

brandt.m.gibson@vanderbilt.edu
1396771Rosemary Hickey-VargasFlorida International University Earth & EnvironmentMineralogy, Geochemistry, Petrology & Volcanology Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/2020(305) 348-3471COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

hickey@fiu.edu
9163435Denise J. HillsGeological Survey of Alabama Energy InvestigationsGeoinformatics and Data Science Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(205) 247-3694COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

dhills@gsa.state.al.us
1422944Mary S. HubbardMontana State University 226 Traphagen HallInternational Representative666/25/20186/30/2022435-881-2251COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

mary.hubbard@montana.edu
9209826Samantha Marie KrauseTexas State University GeographyGeoarchaeology Geology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2023(540) 847-0016COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

sam.m.krause@gmail.com
2012716Nicholas Patrick Lang Planetary Geology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(814) 824-3646COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

nlang@mercyhurst.edu
9117690Kelly Best LazarClemson University Engineering and Science EducationGeoscience Education Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(864) 656-9812COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

klazar@clemson.edu
9131689Kathleen J. Lohff History & Philosophy of Geology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(410) 315-7592COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

kathylohff@msn.com
9099477Andrew James LuhmannWheaton College Department of Geology and EnvironmentaKarst Division Representative662/1/201811/30/2020(630) 752-7476COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

andrew.luhmann@wheaton.edu
9227772Xiaogang MaUniversity of IdahoGeoinformatics and Data Science Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/2020(208) 885-1547COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

max@uidaho.edu
9164491Emily S. Martin Planetary Geology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(202) 633-2254COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

martines@si.edu
9074667Richard V. Martin Environmental & Engineering Geology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(205) 470-6923COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

docrvmartin@gmail.com
2009757Travis L. McLingIdaho National LaboratoryEnergy Geology Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(208) 526-7269COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

travis.mcling@inl.gov
9114436Ryan F. Morgan Sedimentary Geology Division Representative6612/1/201411/30/2020(810) 938-5521COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rmorgan@tarleton.edu
9097053Laura R. Murphy Geoarchaeology Geology Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/2021 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

murphy.geoarch@gmail.com
9090689Jason S. PolkWestern Kentucky UniversityKarst Division Representative662/7/201711/30/2020(270) 745-5015COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

jason.polk@wku.edu
9178430Alan RooneyYale University Dept. Geology and GeophysicsGeochronology Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2021(203) 432-3761COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

alan.rooney@yale.edu
9052383Donald O. RosenberryUS Geological Survey MS 413- DFC- Bldg 53Hydrogeology Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(303) 236-4990COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rosenber@usgs.gov
9080245Benjamin Jay RostronUniversity of Alberta Dept Earth & Atmospheric SciencesHydrogeology Division Representative668/1/202011/30/2021(780) 492-2178COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

ben.rostron@ualberta.ca
9066896Christie D. RoweMcGill UniversityEarth and Planetary SStructural Geology & Tectonics Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

christie.rowe@mcgill.ca
2000760Kenneth H. RubinDept Earth Sciences, Univ. of HawaiiGeoinformatics and Data Science Division Representative6612/1/201911/30/2021(808) 218-3801COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

krubin@hawaii.edu
9111788Laura Suzanne RuhlUniv of Arkansas at Little Rock Earth SciencesEnergy Geology Division Representative6612/1/201611/30/2020(501) 683-4197COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

lsruhl@ualr.edu
1836035Michael S. SmithUniversity of North Carolina Department of Earth and Ocean SciencesHistory & Philosophy of Geology Division Representative6612/1/201611/30/2020(910) 297-7406COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

smithms@uncw.edu
1853493Scott W. StarrattUS Geological SurveyLimnogeology Division Representative6612/1/201511/30/2021(650) 329-4990COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

sstarrat@usgs.gov
9092627Gary E. StinchcombMurray State UniversitySoils Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/20202708096761COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

gstinchcomb@murraystate.edu
9106188Jeffery Robert Stone159Q Science Building 600 Chestnut StreetLimnogeology Division Representative6612/1/201611/30/2020(812) 237-2249COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

jeffery.stone@indstate.edu
9139974Susan Stover, PGEmerita, Kansas Geological SurveyGeology & Society Division Representative6612/1/201811/30/2020(785) 554-7609COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

SusanStover@ku.edu
9120965Lydia Schiavo TackettNorth Dakota State University GeosciencesGeobiology & Geomicrobiology Division Representative6612/1/201511/30/2022(701) 231-6164COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

lydia.tackett@ndsu.edu
9055373Anne C. Witt Environmental & Engineering Geology Division Representative6612/1/201711/30/2020(434) 951-6319COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

anne.witt@dmme.virginia.gov
9102556Philip BrownUniv Wisconsin - Madison GeoscienceMineralogical Society of America Representative916/1/201711/30/2021 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

pebrown@wisc.edu
9080292Matthew E. ClaphamUC Santa Cruz Department of Earth SciencePaleontological Society Representative9112/1/201511/30/2020(831) 459-1276COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

mclapham@ucsc.edu
9095047Margaret E. CrowderWestern Kentucky Univ Geography & Geology/EST Bldg Rm 304National Association of Geoscience Teachers Representative9112/1/201911/30/2021(270) 745-5973COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

margaret.crowder@wku.edu
9065783Monica Gaiswinkler EastonOntario Geological SurveyAssociation of Earth Science Editors Representative916/11/201911/30/2021(705) 670-5785COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

monica.easton@ontario.ca
9274318Richard J. GoldfarbColorado School of MInesSociety of Economic Geologists Representative9112/1/201911/30/2020 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rjgoldfarb@mac.com
1386268Elizabeth A. HeiseUniv Texas - Rio Grande Valley SEEMSCouncil on Undergraduate Research Geosciences9112/1/201811/30/2020(956) 882-6769COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

elizabeth.heise@utrgv.edu
9241203James Lamsdell  Paleontological Society Representative917/27/202011/30/2022 COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

james.lamsdell@mail.wvu.edu
9132026Elizabeth Petsios Paleontological Society Representative9112/1/201811/30/20207189381683COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

epetsios@gmail.com
2008342Piret Plink-BjorklundColorado School of Mines Geology and Geological EngineeringSociety for Sedimentary Geology Representative9112/1/201711/30/2021(303) 384-2042COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

pplink@mines.edu
1722218Frank C. Ramos Geochemical Society Representative9112/1/201811/30/2020(626) 688-4457COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

framos@nmsu.edu
9258025Emily C. WildPrinceton UniversityGeoscience Information Society Representative916/10/201911/30/2021609-258-5484COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

ewild@princeton.edu
1164840Bernard J. CoakleyUniversity of Alaska Dept Geology & GeophysicsMarine Coastal Geology9612/1/201811/30/2020(907) 474-5385COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

bjcoakley@alaska.edu
2011431Gregory DumondUniversity of Arkansas GeosciencesPrecambrian Geology9612/1/201911/30/2021(479) 575-3411COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

gdumond@uark.edu
1460583Miriam E. KatzRensselaer Polytechnic Institute Earth and Environmental SciencesPaleoclimatology & Paleoceanography9612/1/201511/30/2021(518) 276-8521COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

katzm@rpi.edu
9117832Heather Althea ClarkThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/28/2016 (303) 357-1018COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

hclark@geosociety.org
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1421/7/2019 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1421/5/2014 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9115821Nancy WrightThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/1/2012 (303) 357-1061COMMITTEE/JTPCJoint Technical Program Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee helps to finalize the technical program for GSA’s annual meetings by participating in the Web-based selection and scheduling of abstracts, as well as topical session proposal review.

Members must be familiar with computers and the Web, be a specialist in one of the specified fields, and be available in late July•mid-August for the organization of the Annual Meeting technical program.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during application review period: mid-Jan to early Feb, and August.

nwright@geosociety.org
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyChair/Councilor19/1/2018 (217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee rberg@illinois.edu
9102822Tiffany RiveraWestminster CollegeFormer Membership & Fellowship Cmt. Chair19/1/2018 (801) 832-2396COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee trivera@westminstercollege.edu
1683635Frank J. PazzagliaLehigh Univ Dept Earth & Environmental SciencesCouncilor419/1/2018 (610) 758-3667COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee fjp3@lehigh.edu
9237496Arianna Soldati Student/ECP Representative1009/1/2018 00393339309348COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee arianna_soldati@hotmail.it
1247950Margaret R. EggersEggers Environmental, Inc.Member-at-Large1269/1/2018 (760) 757-7711COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee meggers@eggersenv.com
1472650Nazrul I. Khandaker, PG9420 Guy R Brewer Blvd AC-2F09Member-at-Large1269/1/2018 (718) 262-2079COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee nkhandaker@york.cuny.edu
9255942Xavier Ravi Moonan Member-at-Large1269/1/2018 (868) 348-8035COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee xav.moon@gmail.com
1343593Robbie R. GriesGries Energy Partners LLCInvitee1409/1/2018 (303) 296-3435COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee rrgries@gmail.com
9219726Kory PrioreschiGeological Society of AmericaInvitee14010/31/2018  COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee kprioreschi@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1429/1/2018 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9162017Pat KilnerGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1499/1/2018 (303) 357-1017COMMITTEE/AH_MEMMembership Ad Hoc Committee pkilner@geosociety.org
1873610Lori L. Summa Chair & Member-at-Large111/15/20186/30/2021(713) 505-5649COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

llsumma@att.net
2009728Carmala N. Garzione Councilor417/1/20186/30/20215853304435COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

cngpro@rit.edu
1084555Kevin M. Bohacs Member-at-Large Industry1277/1/20206/30/20231.713.782.7435COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

bohacsk@gmail.com
2000489Boris Faybishenko1 Cyclotron Rd., MS 74-336 Energy Geociences DivisionMember-at-Large Industry1277/1/20206/30/2023(510) 486-4852COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

bafaybishenko@lbl.gov
1392385Janet S. HermanUniversity of Virginia Dept of Environmental SciencesMember-at-Large Academia1277/1/20196/30/2022(434) 924-0553COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

jherman@virginia.edu
2008158Daniel R. MuhsU.S. Geological Survey Member-at-Large Government1277/1/20196/30/20223032367919COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

dmuhs@usgs.gov
9131423Barbara P. NashUniversity of Utah Geology & GeophysicsMember-at-Large Academia1277/1/20196/30/2022(801) 581-8587COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

barb.nash@utah.edu
9199916Justine G. Grabiec Member-at-Large Student1307/1/20206/30/2023(908) 285-4522COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

jusgrabiec@gmail.com
9162017Pat KilnerGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1421/1/2015 (303) 357-1017COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

pkilner@geosociety.org
9219726Kory PrioreschiGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison14911/1/2016  COMMITTEE/MEMBERSHIPMembership and Fellowship Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to contribute to the growth of the GSA membership, enhance the member experience, and serve a vital role in the selection of Fellows, with the goal of fostering a membership community as pertinent and global as our science.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members should be in touch with what various segments of members want from GSA, and should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of fellowship. The Committee consists of a minimum of three (3) GSA Fellows.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically. Extensive time commitment required during Fellowship nominations review period: early February to mid-March prior to the in-person meeting.

kprioreschi@geosociety.org
1375883Forrest Edwin Harvey, PGNational Park Service Water Resources DivisionChair17/1/20206/30/2021(970) 225-3511COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

fedwinharvey@gmail.com
2009764Nathan A. NiemiUniversity of Michigan Earth and Environmental SciencesVice-Chair127/1/20206/30/2021(734) 764-6377COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

naniemi@umich.edu
9119237Neil S. FishmanPetroLogic Solutions, LLCMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(720) 938-5326COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

neil.petrosolutions@yahoo.com
9118280William Ian RidleyUSGS, Denver Federal Ctr,Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022303-236-5558COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

iridley@usgs.gov
9081880Abani R. SamalGeoGlobal,LLCMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

arsamal@gmail.com
9092496Susan C. ErikssonEriksson AssociatesMember-at-Large Industry1276/1/20206/30/2024(303) 601-1110COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

susan.eriksson@gmail.com
1604015M. Meghan MillerUNAVCO President EmeritaMember-at-Large Government1277/1/20196/30/2022(720) 320-0026COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

meghan@unavco.org
9048037Todd BerggrenGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2016 (303) 357-1081COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

tberggren@geosociety.org
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2013 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

slofton@geosociety.org
9256203Nan StoutGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/1/2018 303-357-1012COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

nstout@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/27/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/NOMINATIONSNominations Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee recommends nominees to GSA Council for the positions of GSA Officers and Councilors, committee members, and Society representatives to other permanent groups.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with a broad range of well-known and highly respected geoscientists.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder or elsewhere. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
9051021Jason P. BrinerUniversity at Buffalo GeologyMember-at-Large12610/1/20196/30/2022(716) 645-4326COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

jbriner@buffalo.edu
9065011Eric C. FerreU. of Louisiana at Lafayette GeosciencesMember-at-Large1267/26/20196/30/2022(337) 482-2888COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

eric.ferre@louisiana.edu
1377945Robert D. Hatcher, Jr.Univ Tennessee - Knoxville Room 602 Strong HallMember-at-Large12610/5/20196/30/2023(865) 974-6565COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

bobmap@utk.edu
1516035Jeffrey LeeColorado School of Mines Geophysics. Green Center Rm 283Member-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(509) 963-2801COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

jeff@geology.cwu.edu
1745825Uwe RingStockholm University Department of Geological SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021+46 8 162000COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

uwe.ring@geo.su.se
1859100Robert J. SternUniv Texas - Dallas Dept Geosciences- MS ROC-21Member-at-Large1267/26/20196/30/2022(972) 883-2442COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

rjstern@utdallas.edu
1868150Harold H. StowellUniv Alabama - Tuscaloosa Dept Geol Sci - 2003 Bevill BldgMember-at-Large12610/1/20196/30/2022(205) 348-5098COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

hstowell@ua.edu
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1401/7/2019 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9115817Rebecca SundeenThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/1/2012 (303) 357-1041COMMITTEE/PENROSE_CONFPenrose Conferences & Thompson Field Forums Committee

Committee Charge:

The primary responsibility of this committee is to accept or reject Penrose Conference and Thompson Field Forum proposals for each year.

Committee Requirements:

The Committee is entrusted with choosing the Annual Penrose Conference and the Annual Thompson Field Forum (one of each per year) based on scientific merit, scientific breadth, and diversity of the science and the participants.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Email, member community, and web-based meetings are normal business venues.

bsundeen@geosociety.org
1999934Madeline E. SchreiberVirginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ Dept GeosciencesChair/Councilor17/1/20206/30/2021(540) 231-3377COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

mschreib@vt.edu
1101620Julie Brigham-Grette627 N. Pleasant Street, Morrill BDLG Geosciences Univ of MassachusettsMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(413) 545-4840COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

juliebg@geo.umass.edu
1214088Donald J. DePaolo Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

depaolo@eps.berkeley.edu
2000629George M. HornbergerVanderbilt Univ VIEE, Buttrick HallMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(615) 343-1144COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

g.hornberger@vanderbilt.edu
1473175Susan W. Kieffer Member-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021 COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

s1kieffer@gmail.com
2005249Cin-Ty Aeolus LeeRice Univ Dept Earth Science, MS-126Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(713) 348-5084COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ctlee@rice.edu
1893360Ellen ThomasYale University Geology & GeophysicsMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(860) 685-2238COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ellen.thomas@yale.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/PENROSE_MEDALPenrose Medal Award Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee select candidates for the Penrose Medal Award. Emphasis is placed on eminent research in pure geology, which marks a major advance in the science of geology.

Committee Requirements:

Members should be familiar with outstanding achievers in the geosciences worthy of consideration for the honor.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org
1959425Lisa D. WhiteUniversity of California at Berkeley Museum of PaleontologyFormer Councilor437/1/20196/30/2022(510) 664-4966COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

ldwhite@berkeley.edu
9177243Dylan Wade YoungNaval Oceanographic OfficeAIPG Representative818/13/20206/30/2023(507) 822-0200COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dylan.w.young55@gmail.com
9111421Deniz Zubeyde BalleroGeorgia State UniversityMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(678) 212-7567COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dballero@gsu.edu
9223970James J. Connors, PG Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(251) 648-0610COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jjc@jamesjconnors.com
1586770Virginia T. McLemoreNew Mexico Bureau of Geology New Mexico Institute Mining & TechnoloMember-at-Large1262/1/20206/30/2021(575) 835-5521COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

virginia.mclemore@nmt.edu
9215880Joel Greene SingleyUniversity of Colorado Boulder Environmental StudiesMember-at-Large Student1307/1/20196/30/2022 COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

joel.singley@colorado.edu
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1421/7/2019 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor14210/12/2018 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9190903Jennifer NocerinoThe Geological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1497/1/2012  COMMITTEE/PROF_DEVProfessional Development Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee directs, advises, and monitors GSA’s professional development program; reviews and approves short course proposals; recommends and implements guideline changes; and monitors the scientific quality of courses offered.This committee reviews student applications for the GSA/ExxonMobil Field Camp Scholarship Awards and selects the awardees.

Committee Requirements:

Members must be familiar with professional development programs.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual meeting. Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

jnocerino@geosociety.org
1934150J. Douglas WalkerUniv Kansas Ritchie HallGSA President & Chair17/1/20206/30/2021(785) 864-2735COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.jdwalker@ku.edu
1819865Donald I. Siegel GSA Immediate Past President277/1/20206/30/2021(315) 380-1957COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.disiegel@syr.edu
1343593Robbie R. GriesGries Energy Partners LLCAdditional Past President287/1/20206/30/2021(303) 296-3435COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.rrgries@gmail.com
1240536Barbara L. DutrowLouisiana State Univ Dept Geology & GeophysicsPresident-Elect317/1/20206/30/2021(225) 578-2525COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.dutrow@lsu.edu
2000392Richard C. BergIllinois State Geological SurveyGSA Treasurer367/1/20176/30/2021(217) 244-2776COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.rberg@illinois.edu
2009764Nathan A. NiemiUniversity of Michigan Earth and Environmental SciencesCouncil Member-at-Large427/1/20206/30/2021(734) 764-6377COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.naniemi@umich.edu
1559925Christopher G. Maples GSA Foundation President517/1/2020  COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.chrisgmaples@gmail.com
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/5/2013 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.slofton@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1425/20/2016 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/PROG_OVERProgrammatic Overview CommitteeThe purpose of this committee is to review and prioritize new and existing GSA programs. The committee also makes recommendations to Council for adding new programs and sunsetting completed programs.vmcconnell@geosociety.org
1819865Donald I. Siegel GSA Past President267/1/20206/30/2021(315) 380-1957COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

disiegel@syr.edu
1249148Elizabeth A. EideNational Academy of Sciences Division on Earth and Life StudiesGeology and Public Policy Committee Representative767/1/20196/30/2022(202) 334-2392COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

eeide853@gmail.com
9131050Steven H. EmermanMalach ConsultingDiversity in the Geosciences Committee Representative764/24/20196/30/2021(801) 921-1228COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

SHEmerman@gmail.com
2008517Katrien J. KraftWhatcom Community College Science DeptEducation Committee Representative767/1/20186/30/2021(360) 383-3539COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

wcckaatje@gmail.com
1033288Jean M. Bahr3605 Nakoma Rd. Dept of GeoscienceMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(608) 231-2868COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

jmbahr@geology.wisc.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/GSA_PUB_SERVICEPublic Service Award Committee

Committee Charge:

The purpose of this committee is to generate, receive, and evaluate candidates for the GSA Public Service Award and the AGI Outstanding Contributions to the Public Understanding of the Geosciences Award. These awards are in recognition of outstanding individual contributions to either public awareness of the earth sciences, or the scientific resolution of earth-science problems of significant societal concern.

Meetings and time commitment

Chair polls the committee by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax

dolvera@geosociety.org
1084846Wendy A. BohrsonColorado School of Mines Geology and Geological EngineeringChair/Councilor17/1/20186/30/2022 COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

bohrson@mines.edu
1033400Christopher M. BaileyCollege of William & Mary Dept. of GeologyCouncilor417/1/20176/30/2021(757) 221-2445COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

cmbail@wm.edu
2000872Shanaka L. de SilvaOregon State University CEOASCo Editor Geosphere561/1/201812/31/2021(541) 737-1212COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

desilvas@geo.oregonstate.edu
1486542Christian KoeberlUniversity of Vienna Dept of Lithospheric ResearchCo-Editor567/1/201812/31/2020+43-1-4277-53110COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

christian.koeberl@univie.ac.at
1790240James G. Schmitt Co Editor Geology561/1/201812/31/2020 COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

jschmitt@montana.edu
9132757Brad S. SingerUniv Wisconsin-Madison Dept GeoscienceCo Editor Bulletin561/1/201912/31/2020(608) 265-8650COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

bsinger@geology.wisc.edu
2005661Mihai N. DuceaUniv Arizona Dept Geosciences, Rm 208GSA Today Science Editor571/1/201912/31/2021(520) 665-1254COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

ducea@email.arizona.edu
2002782Brian G. Katz Co Editor Environmental & Engineering Geoscience581/1/201812/31/2020(850) 245-8233COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

bg_katz@hotmail.com
9091385Matt HudsonGeological Society of AmericaGeoScienceWorld Board Member6411/1/201512/31/2021(303) 357-1020COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

mhudson@geosociety.org
9131695Lisa DunnColorado School of Mines, LibraryGeoscience Information Soc Library Representative817/1/20166/30/2024303-273-3687COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

ldunn@mines.edu
9128891Kristin Caddick Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023 COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

kmdorf@vt.edu
1724900Troy Rasbury Member-at-Large1267/1/20176/30/2021(631) 848-3133COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

troy.rasbury@stonybrook.edu
1764348David B. RowleyUniv Chicago Dept Geophysical SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2022(773) 702-8146COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

drowley@uchicago.edu
9054908Jamie S. F. LevineAppalachian State University GeologyMember-at-Large Young Professional1297/1/20186/30/2022(828) 262-2166COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

levinejs@appstate.edu
5002213Jeanette HammannGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor/ Liaison1421/1/2008 (303) 357-1048COMMITTEE/PUBLICATIONSPublications Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee's primary responsibilities are: nomination of candidates for editors when positions become vacant; reviewing the quality and health of each Society publication, and reporting to Council recommendations for changes in page charges, subsidies, and any other publishing matters.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have an interest in or experience with GSA or other Society publications.

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets at the Annual Meeting and in Boulder, CO (or elsewhere). Communicates by phone or electronically.

jhammann@geosociety.org
9099858Zeynep Oner BARANSD School of Mines&Technology 501 East St. Joseph StreetMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20186/30/2021(605) 519-4862COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates zeynep.baran@sdsmt.edu
9051021Jason P. BrinerUniversity at Buffalo GeologyMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20196/30/2022(716) 645-4326COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates jbriner@buffalo.edu
1122700William C. BurtonUS Geological SurveyMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20196/30/2021(703) 648-6904COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates bburton@usgs.gov
1122741Cathy J. BusbyUniversity of California Davis Dept Earth and Planetary SciencesMember-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20206/30/2022(805) 886-5060COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates cjbusby@ucdavis.edu
2012557Josh C. GalsterMontclair State University EAES Dept.Member-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20206/30/2022(973) 655-4123COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates galsterj@montclair.edu
9011321Martin B. GoldhaberUSGS Geology, Geophysics, GeochemistryMember-at-Large, Geochemistry1287/1/20186/30/2021(303) 236-1521COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates mgold@usgs.gov
1366213Judith L. Hannah Member-at-Large, Economic Geology1287/1/20186/30/2021(720) 933-3644COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates judith.hannah@colostate.edu
9085928Cindy PalinkasUMCES Horn Point LaboratoryMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20206/30/2022(410) 221-8487COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates cpalinkas@umces.edu
1708108Christopher J. Potter Member-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20206/30/2022(732) 853-6665COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates cpotter@usgs.gov
9048429Jay QuadeUniv Arizona Dept GeosciencesMember-at-Large, Geochemistry1287/1/20196/30/2022(520) 818-8006COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates quadej@email.arizona.edu
9128167Mohammad Hassan Rezaie-BoroonCal State LA Geological SciencesMember-at-Large, Hydrogeology/Hydrology1287/1/20186/30/2021(323) 343-2406COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates mrezaie@calstatela.edu
9118280William Ian RidleyUSGS, Denver Federal Ctr,Member-at-Large, Geochemistry1287/1/20196/30/2021303-236-5558COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates iridley@usgs.gov
9086603Daniel M. SturmerUniversity of Cincinnati Department of GeologyMember-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20196/30/2021(513) 556-5705COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates Daniel.Sturmer@uc.edu
1893360Ellen ThomasYale University Geology & GeophysicsMember-at-Large, Paleosciences1287/1/20196/30/2021(860) 685-2238COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates ellen.thomas@yale.edu
1896973Jennifer A. ThomsonEastern Washington Univ Dept. of GeologyMember-at-Large, MGPV1287/1/20196/30/2021(509) 359-7478COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates jthomson@ewu.edu
2012817David S. VinsonUniv. of North Carolina at Charlotte Dept. of Geography & Earth SciencesMember-at-Large, Hydrogeology/Hydrology1287/1/20206/30/2023(704) 687-5977COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates dsvinson@uncc.edu
9255154Lesley PetrieThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1409/17/2018  COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates lpetrie@geosociety.org
9064911Christa K. StrattonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1425/20/2016 (303) 357-1093COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates cstratton@geosociety.org
9083651Matthew W. DawsonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1495/20/2016 (303) 357-1025COMMITTEE/RG_ALTERNATESResearch Grants Alternates mdawson@geosociety.org
1434085Alexandra R. IsernNational Science Foundation Office of Polar ProgramsNational Science Foundation Delegate817/1/20156/30/2021(703) 292-7581COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

aisern@nsf.gov
9114769Lyndsay B. BallU.S. Geological Survey P.O. Box 25046, MS 964Member-at-Large, Hydrogeology/Hydrology1287/1/20186/30/2021(303) 236-0133COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

lbball@usgs.gov
1083000Andy R. BobyarchickUNC Charlotte Dept. of Geography and Earth Sciences Member-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20206/30/2023(704) 687-5998COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

AndyBobyarchick@uncc.edu
9240674Elizabeth W. Boyer Member-at-Large, Hydrogeology/Hydrology1287/1/20206/30/2023(814) 865-8830COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

ewb100@psu.edu
9084686Robert BrinkmannHofstra UniversityMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20206/30/2023516-463-7348COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

robert.brinkmann@hofstra.edu
2001796Gwen M. DaleyWinthrop University Chemistry, Physics and GeologyMember-at-Large, Paleontology, Paleoecology1287/1/20186/30/2021(803) 389-5929COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

daleyg@winthrop.edu
9088818Stephanie DeSisto Member-at-Large, Environmental Science1287/1/20186/30/2021 COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

steph.desisto@gmail.com
1270657James E. FauldsNevada Bureau Mines & Geology Univ Nevada - RenoMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20186/30/2021(775) 682-6650COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

jfaulds@unr.edu
9115500Melissa Ann Foster Member-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20196/30/2022(707) 498-2484COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

melissa.ann.foster@gmail.com
2010209David L. FoxUniversity of Minnesota Department of Earth SciencesMember-at-Large, Biogeosciences1287/1/20186/30/2021(612) 624-6361COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

dlfox@umn.edu
9107109Kelly GibsonUniversity of South Carolina Aiken Biology/GeologyMember-at-Large, Paleosciences1287/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

kellygi@usca.edu
9103156Jennifer N. GiffordUniversity of Mississippi Geology & Geological EngineeringMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20206/30/2023(662) 915-2079COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

jngiffor@olemiss.edu
1356269Steven J. HagemanAppalachian State University Dept Geological and Env. SciencesMember-at-Large, Paleontology1287/1/20186/30/2021(828) 262-6609COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

hagemansj@appstate.edu
9082304Andrea D. HawkesUniv. of North Carolina Wilmington Earth and Ocean SciencesMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20186/30/2021(910) 962-2350COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

hawkesa@uncw.edu
9247030Shichun HuangUniversity of Nevada Las Vegas GeoscienceMember-at-Large, Geochemistry1287/1/20196/30/2022(702) 895-2635COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

shichun.huang@unlv.edu
9135474Kenneth Stephen HughesUniversity of Puerto Rico Department of GeologyMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20196/30/2022(787) 832-4040COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

kenneth.hughes@upr.edu
9143059Miquela IngallsPenn StateMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20186/30/2021(919) 280-4917COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

ingalls@psu.edu
9140484William Thomas Jackson, Jr.University of MemphisMember-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20196/30/2022(901) 678-2774COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

wtjckson@memphis.edu
2010555Andrew LeierUniversity of South Carolina School of the Earth, Ocean and Env.Member-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20186/30/2021(803) 777-9941COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

aleier@geol.sc.edu
1519420Elana L. LeitholdDept. of Marine, Earth, and AtmospheriMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20206/30/2023(919) 515-7282COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

leithold@ncsu.edu
1610070Peter J. ModreskiUS Geological SurveyMember-at-Large, Geochemistry1287/1/20186/30/2021(303) 202-4766COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

pmodreski@usgs.gov
2005674Roberto Stanley Molina GarzaUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicCentro de GeocienciasMember-at-Large, Vocanology1287/1/20196/30/2022(442) 238-1104COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

rmolina@geociencias.unam.mx
9099975Daniel Jones MorganVanderbilt University Earth and Environmental SciencesMember-at-Large, Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology1287/1/20196/30/2022(615) 343-3154COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

dan.morgan@vanderbilt.edu
9190365David MrofkaMount San Antonio College Earth Science and AstonomyMember-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20206/30/2023(909) 274-6492COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

david.mrofka@gmail.com
2009764Nathan A. NiemiUniversity of Michigan Earth and Environmental SciencesMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20186/30/2021(734) 764-6377COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

naniemi@umich.edu
9064337Julie RobergeIPN, ESIA-Ticoman, PosgradoMember-at-Large, MGPV1287/1/20206/30/20235255-5729-6000COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

robergejulie@gmail.com
1758815Michael R. RosenU.S. Geological Survey, California WatMember-at-Large, Oceanography/Marine Geology and Limnogeology1287/1/20186/30/2021(775) 887-7683COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

mrosen@usgs.gov
1764230Stephen M. RowlandUniv Nevada - Las Vegas Dept GeoscienceMember-at-Large, Paleontology1287/1/20206/30/2023(702) 895-3625COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

steve.rowland@unlv.edu
2007934Randall J. Schaetzl673 Auditorium Rd Dept of Geography, Env. and Spatial ScMember-at-Large, Karst and Soil Science1287/1/20186/30/2021(517) 648-0207COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

soils@msu.edu
9065912David H. ShimabukuroCalifornia State University Department of GeologyMember-at-Large, Structural Geology/Tectonics1287/1/20206/30/2023(510) 759-2995COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

dhs@csus.edu
9212873Matthew Steele-MacinnisUniversity of Alberta Earth and Atmospheric SciencesMember-at-Large, Economic Geology and MGPV1287/1/20196/30/2022(780) 492-7906COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

steelema@ualberta.ca
1860939Brian W. StewartUniversity of Pittsburgh Geology & Environmental ScienceMember-at-Large, MGPV1287/1/20206/30/2023(412) 624-8883COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

bstewart@pitt.edu
2003112Daniel F. StockliUniversity of Texas at AustinMember-at-Large, Paleoclimatology/Paleoceanography1287/1/20196/30/2022(512) 964-8771COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

stockli@jsg.utexas.edu
9135531Benjamin Michael TutoloUniversity of CalgaryMember-at-Large, Hydrogeology/Hydrology1287/1/20196/30/2022(587) 889-0351COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

benjamin.tutolo@ucalgary.ca
1914731Ashraf UddinAuburn Univ Dept of GeosciencesMember-at-Large, Stratigraphy/Sedimentology1287/1/20206/30/2023(334) 844-4885COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

uddinas@auburn.edu
2009540James D. WrightRutgers State Univ - New Jersey Dept Earth & Planetary SciencesMember-at-Large, Paleoclimatology/Paleoceanography1287/1/20186/30/2021(848) 445-3445COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

jdwright@eps.rutgers.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaInvitee1404/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9255154Lesley PetrieThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1409/17/2018  COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

lpetrie@geosociety.org
9064911Christa K. StrattonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1425/20/2016 (303) 357-1093COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

cstratton@geosociety.org
9083651Matthew W. DawsonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1495/20/2016 (303) 357-1025COMMITTEE/RESEARCH_GRANTSResearch Grants Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee evaluates research grant proposals and awards specific grants to chosen recipients. Also acts on the distribution of funds derived from other gifts, memorials and award funds.

Committee Requirements:

Committee members may come from any sector (academia, government, industry, etc.) and should have experience in directing research projects and in evaluating research grant applications. GSA strongly encourages nominations of geoscientists from diverse backgrounds and institutions, particularly from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Meets in Boulder, CO or elsewhere. Communicates electronically. Extensive time commitment required mid-February through mid-April.

mdawson@geosociety.org
9181791Allie NagurneyVirginia Tech Department of GeosciencesChair19/23/201910/29/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

nagurney@vt.edu
9234965Tyler King3001 W Pleasanton AvePast Chair69/24/201910/29/2020(603) 892-2669COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

hydroty@gmail.com
9162080Rebecca A. Taormina Chair-elect119/25/201910/29/20202015756200COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

Rebecca_Taormina@baylor.edu
1301700Joan E. FryxellCalifornia State Univ - San Bernardino Dept Geological SciencesCouncil Liaison447/1/20176/30/2021(909) 537-5311COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

jfryxell@csusb.edu
9246920Teresa BarazaSaint Louis University Earth and Atmospheric SciencesSoils Division Representative669/25/201910/12/2021(314) 598-5140COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

teresa.barazapiazuelo@slu.edu
9140210Elizabeth Marie Bollen Geochronology Division Representative666/17/201910/27/2020(770) 286-0070COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

embollengeo@gmail.com
9216771Rachel Frances Bosch Karst Division Representative6611/7/201810/27/2020(734) 259-9566COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

boschrf@mail.uc.edu
9252563Laura c. ChavesPurdue UniversityPlanetary Geology Division Representative669/25/201910/12/2021(765) 409-6388COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

lchavesm@purdue.edu
9206562Shannon Cofield Sedimentary Geology Division Representative6611/6/201810/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

scofi002@odu.edu
9212805Larry B. Collins, Jr.Washington State UniversityGeoscience Education Division Representative6611/6/201810/26/2020(570) 529-5290COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

larry.collins@wsu.edu
9185263Matthew Thomas Dorsey Structural Geology & Tectonics Division Representative668/11/202010/11/2022(262) 305-9623COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

dorsey@tamu.edu
9259217Anthony Edgington Sedimentary Geology Division Representative6612/1/201910/25/2020(832) 381-6913COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

anthony.edgington@gmail.com
9226173Kyrien Reynard Edwards Marine & Coastal Geoscience Division Representative669/25/201910/12/20215162721227COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

kyrien.edwards@gmail.com
9245659Reece P. EllingNorthwestern UniversityGeophysics & Geodynamics Division Representative667/1/20197/31/2021 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

reeceelling2022@u.northwestern.edu
9207314Amanda Lynn GodboldUniversity of Southern California Earth ScienceGeobiology & Geomicrobiology Division Representative6610/24/201710/25/2020(323) 552-8331COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

agodbold@usc.edu
9266845Molly E. Hunt Geoscience Education Division Representative669/25/201910/12/2021(937) 467-1244COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

hunt.808@osu.edu
9261043John Trusal Kemper Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology Division Representative669/25/201910/13/2021(267) 566-4303COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

john.kemper@colostate.edu
9230879Ashton Alexis Killen Environmental & Engineering Geology Division Representative661/1/201910/26/2020(740) 550-1983COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

ashton.killen99@gmail.com
9178026Mallory Janet Kinczyk Planetary Geology Division Representative6611/7/201810/27/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

mjkinczyk@gmail.com
9249305Christopher MarlowThe University of Memphis CERIGeophysics & Geodynamics Division Representative667/1/20197/31/2021 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

cmarlow1@memphis.edu
9196964Julia McIntoshSouthern Methodist University Earth SciencesSoils Division Representative6611/6/201810/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

juliamcintosh62@gmail.com
9212414Md Sharif MustaqueAuburn University Dept. of GeosciencesSedimentary Geology Division Representative6612/1/201910/13/2021(929) 354-3981COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

mzm0208@auburn.edu
9234831Timothy Palmer Continental Scientific Drilling Division Representative661/30/201910/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

tp780@msstate.edu
9257059Anirudh PrabhuRensselaer Polytechnic Institute Tetherless World ConstellationGeoinformatics and Data Science Division Representative6611/6/201810/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

prabha2@rpi.edu
9248733Andrew Putt Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division Representative6611/6/201810/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

aputt@vols.utk.edu
9184179Natalie Grace Renkes Geology & Health Division Representative669/25/201910/28/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

renkes@unlv.nevada.edu
9224373KayLeigh RogersKansas State UnivMineralogy, Geochemistry, Petrology & Volcanology Division Representative664/8/201810/26/2020(972) 979-8906COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

kayleighr@ksu.edu
9242470Martina RogersFlorida International UniversityHydrogeology Division Representative661/1/201910/26/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

mroge@fiu.edu
9108748John A. SimeUniversity of Pennsylvania Earth and Environmental ScienceHistory & Philosophy of Geology Division Representative6610/25/201710/27/2020(856) 287-5036COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

sime@sas.upenn.edu
9238380Sinjini SinhaUniversity of Texas at AustinGeology & Society Division Representative669/25/201910/27/2020(737) 881-0330COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

sinjinisinha.geo@gmail.com
9229482Bradley Austin SmithWest Virginia University Geology and GeographyLimnogeology Division Representative669/25/201910/27/2020 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

bas0047@mix.wvu.edu
9273554Brenda L. ThomsonRensselaer Polytechnic Institute Winslow BuildingGeoinformatics and Data Science Division Representative6612/1/201910/25/2020(602) 316-5516COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

thomsb2@rpi.edu
9178138Qiqi WangUniversity of Texas at AustinEnergy Geology Division Representative669/24/201910/12/2021(573) 612-8977COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

wangqiqi@utexas.edu
9252075Grace DeVault Rocky Mtn Section Representative715/5/20205/17/2022 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

grace.devault@mines.sdsmt.edu
9184275Collin RolandUniversity of Wisconsin - MadisonNorth-Central Section Representative715/16/20194/19/2021(214) 850-8391COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

cjroland@wisc.edu
9132793Hannah J. BlatchfordUniversity of Minnesota Department of Earth SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(207) 838-7239COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

blatc005@umn.edu
9263850Yueyi CheUC BerkeleyMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2022(510) 926-8616COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

yueyiche@berkeley.edu
9208342David M. Davis Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2023(404) 709-5865COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

dmd7274@gmail.com
9224126Monica Elizabeth Dix Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

monica.e.dix@gmail.com
9199916Justine G. Grabiec Member-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(908) 285-4522COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

jusgrabiec@gmail.com
9141424Stuart Michael KenderesUniversity of Missouri Department of Geological SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

smkqp4@mail.missouri.edu
9155778Cary Lindsey Member-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2021(775) 682-8149COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

caryrlindsey@gmail.com
9215880Joel Greene SingleyUniversity of Colorado Boulder Environmental StudiesMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023 COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

joel.singley@colorado.edu
9186440Tahlia BearGSAInvitee1405/20/2016 (303) 357-1066COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

tbear@geosociety.org
9261083Rebecca FazzariThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1404/27/2020 (303) 357-1058COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

rfazzari@geosociety.org
9190903Jennifer NocerinoThe Geological Society of AmericaInvitee1407/1/2018  COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

jnocerino@geosociety.org
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9175011Susan M. LoftonGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison14910/18/2014 303-357-1040COMMITTEE/STU_ADVISORYStudent Advisory Council

GSA is dedicated to remaining relevant and responsive to its student membership. Students who are appointed to be representatives of a GSA Division, Section or Committee play an especially vital role in GSA leadership. When you are selected by a Division, Section or Committee to serve as their Student Representative, you also automatically become a member of the Student Advisory Council to represent the voice of your Division, Section or Committee. We invite every student to consider serving as a Student Representative and contributing to the future of the Society.

The nomination process to become a Student Representative is a simple one.
Become a Student Representative to a GSA Division or Section
If you are interested in serving on a Division or Section, you only need to contact your chosen Division or Section using the contact links below and express your interest in being selected as their Student Representative. A simple email to the Chair, Secretary or other Officer will suffice to begin the process.

slofton@geosociety.org
9234189Richard J. Chuchla2275 Speedway C9000 Jackson School of GeosciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(214) 701-5521COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

richard.chuchla@jsg.utexas.edu
9073720Katharine W. HuntingtonUniv Washington Dept Earth and Space SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(206) 543-1750COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

kate1@uw.edu
9253939Zunli LuSyracuse University Earth SciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/202313154430281COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

zunlilu@syr.edu
1999934Madeline E. SchreiberVirginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ Dept GeosciencesMember-at-Large1267/1/20186/30/2021(540) 231-3377COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

mschreib@vt.edu
1961688Cathy WhitlockMontana State University Institute on EcosystemsMember-at-Large1267/1/20196/30/2022(406) 994-6910COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

whitlock@montana.edu
2012613Jane K. WillenbringStanford UniversityMember-at-Large1267/1/20206/30/2023(612) 270-6591COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

willenbring@stanford.edu
2002741Vicki S. McConnellGeological Society of AmericaGSA Director Advisor1424/1/2015 (303) 503-1039COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

vmcconnell@geosociety.org
9232957Dominique OlveraGeological Society of AmericaGSA Liaison1491/17/2017 (303) 357-1060COMMITTEE/YOUNG_SCIYoung Scientist Award (Donath Medal) Committee

Committee Charge:

This committee selects candidates for the Young Scientist Award (Donath Medal). This award is bestowed on a young scientist (35 or younger) for outstanding achievement in contributions to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the earth sciences.

Committee Requirements:

Members should have knowledge of young scientists with “outstanding achievement(s) in contributing to geologic knowledge through original research which marks a major advance in the earth sciences.”

Meetings and Time Commitment:

Communicates by phone and/or electronically.

dolvera@geosociety.org

GSA Representatives, Members, and Conferees to Other Organizations

Section E: Geology and Geography
Vicki S. McConnell, GSA Executive Director, Jan. 2016–Jan. 2020

GSA Representatives to the AAAS Consortium of Affiliates for International Programs (CAIP)
GSA Representative, Alexander Bump, 1 Jan. 2018–31 Dec. 2021
GSA Liaison: Vicki S. McConnell, GSA Executive Director

The purpose of the committee is to collect books and journals from retired or deceased geologists, and distribute them overseas to universities in developing nations where they will be put to good use. The goal of the committee is to, through collaboration, collect a broad spectrum of geological reference materials from areas in the U.S. and Canada to stock overseas libraries.

GSA Representative to the AGI Environmental Geoscience Advisory Committee

James A. Heller, January 2018–December 2021

GSA Representative of the AGI Geoscience Policy Committee

TBD, July 2018–June 2021

GSA Member of the AGI Member Society Council

Donald Siegel, 1 July 2018–30 June 2021

GSA has three representatives (commissioners) each year and one representative-elect on the NACSN. The term is for three years. Appointments terminate and commence at the end of the NACSN annual meetings which are held during GSA Annual Meetings. The representative-elect takes office one year following his/her appointment.

Name Position
Marieke Dechesne 2017-2020
Joseph T. Hannibal 2018-2021
John J. Smith 2020-2022
Gordon C. Baird 2020-2023

GSA has three representatives (commissioners) each year and one representative-elect on the NACSN. The term is for three years. Appointments terminate and commence at the end of the NACSN annual meetings which are held during GSA Annual Meetings. The representative-elect takes office one year following his/her appointment.

Name Position
Harvey Thorleifson AASG Representative and Primary Contact
Karan Berry AASG Representative
William R. Lund GSA Representative (1 July 2019-30 June 2022)

The mission of the USNC/SS is to promote the advancement of soil science in the United States and throughout the world in order to strengthen U.S. soil science as a contributor to the international scientific community and to inform the U.S. scientific community of soil science activities carried out elsewhere in the world. As such, it works to promote and facilitate participation of all U.S. soil scientists in the IUSS.

GSA Liaison - 
Dr. Allan James, 1 July 2018–30 June 2021