Research Grants & Awards
Farouk El-Baz Student Research Grant
This grant is to encourage and support desert studies by students either in their senior year of their undergraduate studies, or at the Masters or Ph.D. level.
NOTE: Applicants who receive a graduate student research grant may not receive this award in the same year. Past GSA research grant recipients may apply and receive this award.
- 2012 El-Baz Grant Awardees & Grant Info
- Deadline: 1 February.
The application period for this grant has now passed.
Graduate Student Research Grants
David Weinstein received a GSA Research Grant in 2010 for his proposal: “Rates of coral substrate bioerosion across the shallowest depth range of modern Caribbean reefs: Implications on past and future reef structures.”
UC geology student Scott Reynhout received a
GSA research grant in 2008.
“Pound for pound, I doubt any group has a greater impact on the course of geological research than GSA’s Committee on Research Grants.”
2012 Graduate Student Grant Recipients
Other Grants & Awards
• Undergraduate Students
• GSA Division Grants
• GSA Section Research Grants
• Minority Scholarships
See travel grant page for more information on …
- GSA Sections
- Annual Meeting Student Travel Fund (administered by the Section Secretaries)
- International Geological Congress
- Diversity in the Geosciences Committee
For more information on any of the Research Grant or Award Programs contact:
Program Officer - Grants, Awards & Recognition
Geological Society of America
P.O. Box 9140
Boulder, CO 80301-9140, USA
For non-GSA grants please see our Links Page.
We do not offer scholarships to be used for tuition, housing, etc., nor do we assist students in seeking acceptance into graduate school. Although we do not have specific information about financial assistance that may be available from other sources, individual colleges and universities provide scholarship, grant, and loan programs, and such information is normally available in their catalog. If you have a specific university in mind, we suggest that you contact them for this type of information.