Association of Geological & Environmental StudentsMeetings
Meeting dates for Spring 2015:
February 3rd February 17th
March 3rd March 31st
April 14th April 28th
All meetings are in PHSC 220 at 5:00 pm unless other wise noted
Current Tutoring Schedual (3/4-3/30) in addition any time the AGES room is open, members are happy to tutor students
AGES room: Physical Sciences Building Room 234
AGES email: email@example.com
About the Association
The Association of Geological & Environmental Students (AGES) is a student run organization devoted to furthering student involvement, advancement, and interest in the environmental and earth processes that shape the Earth. It is our job as students to build a continuously stronger organization, one of longevity and one which will continue to flourish. The requirements of a great club need to be based with a foundation in field experience, socializing with other universities, fun competition within the department, assistance with future employment, connections to the professional world and incentives to get involved. The purpose of this club, when it comes down to it, is to learn as much as possible but to have an unbelievable amount of fun while doing so.
The club plans multiple field trips to various sites in northern California during each semester, and provides sponsorships (up to $100 per semester) for membership dues and attendance fees at professional meetings such AGU Fall Meetings, GSA and California Student Sustainability Collation. In addition AGES offers resarch scholarship money to active members compleating independent research outside the typical class research projects. AGES also hosts the department seminar series, in which various speakers are brought in to discuss geological and environmental issues/topics.
The association also funds the Jacob O'Neill Scholarship, which is offered through the CSU Chico scholarship application. The Jacob O'Neill Scholarship is $250 per semester.
Our goal as an association is to provide students in Geology and Environmental Sciences the opportunity for fellowship and networking in a professional atmosphere. We accomplish this through encouraging our members to become involved with professional organizations, attend professional meetings, and attending guest speaker talks. We encourage fellowship between members through bimonthly meetings and fieldtrips based in education and recreation. We also support our members by providing financial assistance through sponsorships to those who attend professional meetings and want to become members of professional organizations.
“To be a professional tomorrow, act like a professional today.” -unknown
Fall 2014 through Spring 2015
President - Trinity Stirling firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President - Connor Nitti
Secretary - Ashley Shields
Treasurer - Gene Lewis
Field Coordinator - Michelle Melosh