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 Charles Lum Drake International Grant provides grants for the benefit of geoscientists, including students, under the age of 40, and not residents of the U.S., to underwrite costs of attendance at meetings and symposia with international relevance.
The Richard Hay Award is a travel grant awarded by the Geoarchaeology Division to a student presenting a paper or poster in archaeological geology at GSA Connects.
The GSA International Fund supports travel grants to GSA Connects and other projects as determined by GSA International.
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 […]