Presentation on theme: "University and Student Programs Division of Responsibilities: Melissa Presson Student Chapters, Student Leadership Symposium, The Anomaly Newsletter, Travel."— Presentation transcript:
University and Student Programs Division of Responsibilities: Melissa Presson Student Chapters, Student Leadership Symposium, The Anomaly Newsletter, Travel Grants, USP Marketing and website Lead, Student Chapter Book Program Callie Lee- Petricek Student Expos, Student Education Program, Challenge Bowl, Career Placement Area, Recruiters Elsa Velasco Faculty Advisors, CUSP, Oversight of USP programs and services, and USP Strategic Business Development
SEG Student Resources FREE Student Membership Student Chapters Scholarships Continuing Education and DISC Courses Distinguished and Honorary Lecturers Annual Meeting Travel Grants Student Expos Student Chapter Book Program SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program Geoscientists without Borders Challenge Bowl the Anomaly Newsletter Career Placement Area NEW!!
SEG Student Membership Benefits FREE online subscription to THE LEADING EDGE magazine FREE online access to THE LEADING EDGE magazine and GEOPHYSICS journal, current and archive issues FREE online access to the Honorary & Distinguished Lecturers FREE quarterly subscription to the student e-newsletter, the Anomaly Scholarship opportunities Discounts on Continuing Education courses, workshops, publications, and SEG Annual Meeting registration Transfer to Associate Membership and receive FREE dues upon graduation FREE Membership Sponsored by:
SEG Student Chapter Benefits Monthly issues of TLE for chapter library Bimonthly issues of GEOPHYSICS for chapter library Fred and Kathi Hilterman/SEG Foundation Student Chapter Book Program, sponsored by Geokinetics, Inc. Annual DISC course on DVD SEG Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts on CD-ROM Opportunities to participate in the SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium Opportunities to participate in Projects of Merit Opportunities to participate in the PCs for Students program SEG Distinguished and Honorary Lecturer visits NEW!!
SEG Foundation Annual Meeting Travel Grants Designed for graduate students who are presenting papers at the SEG Annual Meeting. Other possible applicants: Applicants who are pursuing a graduate degree in geosciences Applicants who are members of an SEG Student Chapter Applicants who have been an officer of an SEG Student Chapter SEG Challenge Bowl winners who have been unable to find local support.
Distinguished Lecturer (DL) Fall 2012 – Doug Oldenburg, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Imaging the Earth's near surface: The why and how of applied geophysics for the 21st century FREE FOR STUDENTS Chapters! This program is an active effort to promote geophysics, stimulate general scientific and professional interest, expand technical horizons, and provide a connection to SEG activities and practices. Chapter Benefit
Honorary Lecturer Program (HL) The Honorary Lecture Program is aligned with six geographic regions. These have been defined based on considerations of the number of SEG affiliated Sections and cost efficiency. Regions: Central & South America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, North America, Pacific South and South and East Asia FREE FOR STUDENTS Chapters! The HL program encourages students by providing the opportunity to discuss scientific and career issues with a leading expert. Chapter Benefit
SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium Annual Meeting Travel Grant Opportunity All Active Student Chapter Officers are Eligible Leadership Skills Development & Professional Leadership Coaching Team Building Experience SEG Executive Committee Discussion Groups Travel Grant to Participate in SEG Annual Meeting For more info:
the Anomaly Newsletter Quarterly newsletter for SEG Student members. Student Chapter events Student Program Information Upcoming deadlines for grants Society information Student Expo information
Get Connected Society of Exploration Geophysicists Students
Scholarships Todays scholars are tomorrows industry leaders. Since 1957 $6,092,693 awarded 4,258 scholarships awarded 2012 Deadline: March 1 For more info:
Student Expos The Expos offer an exceptional opportunity for students to showcase their expertise and value to many companies at one event. Efficient, affordable, and rewarding, the Expos are a must for any geoscience student interested in career development. Student Expos International Student Expos Hoping to continue partnering with AAPG & EAGE Various US Locations: Texas, Oklahoma, California, Wyoming For more info: or visit:
Student Education Program The SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program (SEP) prepares students for the breadth and challenges of an oil industry career 2.5 day course on the subject of multi-disciplinary subsurface integration for E&P Graduate students and undergraduates who are approaching graduation are eligible to apply ExxonMobil provides course materials, instructors, and team exercises.
Student Education Program Travel Grant Opportunities North America: Held in conjunction with SEG Annual Meeting Travel grants awarded to North American students only Additional courses spots available to students who can pay their own way to attend the course regardless of their location International: Held in conjunction with SEG affiliated meetings Accepted applicants will be assigned to participate in the SEP occurring in their geographical region For more info:
Challenge Bowl An international contest testing students breadth and depth of knowledge about the field of geoscience. Winners of regional competitions compete in the global play-offs at the SEG Annual Meeting. Application procedure Regional competitions Role of GAC Sponsors Winners
SEG Career Placement Area Held in conjunction with the SEG Annual Meeting Provides a place for students: To post resumes Visit with company representatives Discuss employment opportunities and internships Interview with hiring companies Gain invaluable industry exposure For more info: