Geoscience Currents #64: Median and Starting Salaries for Geoscience Occupations in 2011
Geoscience-related occupations have competitive median and starting salaries
when compared to all occupations within the same state. This Currents discusses
the starting salaries of geoscience occupations within 20 states and found that
most were 10% higher than the median salaries for all occupations within that
state. To find out what these starting salaries are and how they compare, check
out Currents #64.
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The Evolving Earth Foundation has launched its 2013 student research grant program in the earth sciences. A total of ten grants are available annually, for amounts of up to $3000 per grant. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers at accredited U.S. colleges and universities or research institutions are eligible and encouraged to apply for grants. The deadline for application is March 1st, 2013.
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Please join us for the upcoming January AEG Dinner Meeting (announcement attached). The January guest speaker will be Joshua Venters, Ten Cate, who will present on Wicking moisture out of fine-grained soils to help control frost effects. Josh’s presentation will be held on Thursday, January 17, 2012 at the La Quinta, 1425 E 27th St., Tacoma. Please see the attached announcement with the dinner meeting details and RSVP instructions.
Our generous January sponsor Ten Cate has made it possible for the AEG Washington Section to provide free meals to a limited number of geology/environmental students with advance approval. Please contact Matthew von der Ahe for more information at secretary . NON-MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME! Note: AEG Student Membership is now free. Please follow this link http://www.aegweb.org and click on the orange membership tab if you are interested in becoming a member of AEG.
RENEW YOUR AEG MEMBERSHIP!
Call AEG at 303-757-2926 to complete your renewal with a credit card or for those that prefer to do this on-line here is the link.
This month’s talk should be great. We hope to see you there.
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Elson "Chip" Barnett, LG, LEG
AEG WA State Section Chair | GeoEngineers, Inc.
8410 154th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052