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GeoSociety Short Courses
Sclumberger Petrel I (TBA)
Seismic Interpretation (TBA)
Schlumberger Petrel II (TBA)
Paradigm GeoLog (TBA)
GeoSociety General Meetings
Palo Duro Canyon Winter Trip Info Session on November 28th.
Palo Duro Canyon Preparation Meeting on December 7th.
4th General GeoSociety Meeting, "How To Survivie Big Bend" on February 12th.
5th General GeoSociety Meeting, "From UH Undergrad To Becoming An LSU Professor" on March 23rd.
6th General GeoSociety Meeting, "The Election and Our Future" in April 5th.
Bryan Ott's Talk: Oil and Gas Industry Primer and Interview Preperation
Clint Barnette's Talk: How to Maximize an Internship and Job Search for on and off campus recruiting
Graduate School Resources
Grad School Prep Meeting Slides 3/4/2015
Guide to Applying to Graduate School for Geology I (by UH graduates)
Guide to Applying to Graduate School for Geology II (found online)
Field Trip Prep Meeting 2/10/2015
Fellow EAS Student Organizations
Founded in 1917, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists is currently the world's largest professional geological society. The membership of AAPG includes geologists, geophysicists, CEOs, managers, consultants, students and academicians. The purpose of the organization is to foster scientific research, advance the science of geology, promote technology and inspire high professional conduct. http://aapg.uh.edu/
SEG Wavelets is the University of Houston's SEG student chapter. It is devoted to promoting education in geophysics. It works with professional organizations, industry professionals, University of Houston faculty, and other student organizations to bring those students educational, social, and possible future employment opportunities. http://segwavelets.uh.edu/
The University of Houston student chapter of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG) is a student organization dedicated to education and advancements in environmental and engineering geology, geophysics, and hydrogeology. The activities of the chapter range from seminar series to field trips and outreach. AEG membership is free for students and is open to any interested student. AEG contributes to its members’ professional success and the public welfare by providing leadership, advocacy, and opportunities to be involved in applied research. http://aeg.uh.edu/