The Bromery Award recognizes any member of a minority, preferably African Americans, who has made significant contributions to research in the geological sciences, or those who have been instrumental in opening the geoscience field to minorities. 2022 Recipient Frederic Henley Wilson, USGS
The purpose of the Chalokwu Fund is to support undergraduate or graduate student travel for students in Africa, working on any aspect of African geology, to attend and present their research at GSA’s annual meeting.
The Doris M. Curtis Award recognizes a woman who has impacted the field of the geosciences in a major way based on their Ph.D. research. 2022 Recipient Annie Bauer, University of Wisconsin
The Diversity and Inclusion Fund provides sponsorship for activities in support of building a more inclusive and diverse society.
The Expanding Representation in the Geosciences Fund provides up to six awards to students from groups who are underrepresented in the geosciences, which include a $1,500 scholarship, student membership, and full meeting registration for this year’s GSA Connects. 2021 Recipients Ziona Bates-Norris, UNC Charlotte Sebastian Perez-Lopez, Stanford University Jeanette Ralph, UCLA Ashley Rivas, Smith College […]
On To the Future (OTF) celebrates the growing diversity of the GSA community and the importance of GSA’s student membership through inviting, supporting, and mentoring an increased number of students from diverse backgrounds to their first GSA meeting. This community is designed to provide a place for OTF students to gain exposure to the wide […]