On Saturday, November 18th, 2023 from 2-3 pm, the AGS Travelling Speaker Series will host Laura MacNeil for a free public geology talk entitled “Trees, Trackways and Bones: Globally Important Fossils of Prince Edward Island”. The presentation will take place in person at Harrison Trimble High School Auditorium in Moncton, NB or online. Full details can be found on the Travelling Speaker Series page. For online access register at Eventbrite.
AGS has been awarded the Outstanding Geologic Field Trip Guidebook Series award by the Geoscience Information Society “for organizations that have made continued contributions to the geologic field trip over time.” This includes the recent suite of field trip guidebooks that were developed for the GAC–MAC–IAH-CNC–CSPG 2022 meeting. A big congratulations to all the authors and AGS!
The upcoming 50th Colloquium and Annual Meeting will be held in Moncton, New Brunswick on February 2-3, 2024.
Submit ideas for Special Sessions and Workshops to the organizing committee by November 17, 2023. See Colloquium 2024 for more details.
At the recent Geological Survey of America Conference, Brian Hebert was awarded the Harrell L. Strimple Award from the Paleontological Society of America for his outstanding contributions to paleontology. Full details can be found here.
You can be part of a global community supporting students and early career professionals. The Geological Society of America (GSA) and Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) are looking for photos of women geoscientists as part of their Pardee Keynote Symposia “P2. Spotlight on Positive and Diverse Female Role Models”. Click here for more details.