Post-Doctorate Research Grants
|W. Storrs Cole Memorial Research Award||Gladys W. Cole Memorial Research Award|
The application deadline
The W. Storrs Cole Memorial Research Award was established to support research in invertebrate micropaleontology. It will be given each year to a GSA Member or Fellow between 30 and 65 years of age who has published one or more significant papers on micropaleontology. Funds cannot be used for work already accomplished, but recipients of a previous award may reapply if additional support is needed to complete their work.
W. Storrs Cole passed away on June 14, 1989, at the age of 86. Dr. Cole had been a Fellow of GSA for 58 years and was one of the Society's leading benefactors. The first presentation of this award was in 1991.
The 2014 recipient, Miriam E. Katz, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, was awarded $7,000 from the W. Storrs Cole Fund for research in invertebrate micropaleontology for her project, “Pilot study: Micropaleontological analysis of Holocene environmental changes in Lake George NY.” The 2015 award amount will be $7,400.
The application deadline
The Gladys W. Cole Memorial Research Award is restricted to investigation of the geomorphology of semiarid and arid terrains in the United States and Mexico. It will be given each year to a GSA Member or Fellow between 30 and 65 years of age who has published one or more significant papers in geomorphology. Funds cannot be used for work already accomplished, but recipients of a previous award may reapply if additional support is needed to complete their work.
The Gladys W. Cole Memorial Research Fund was established in 1980 by Dr. W. Storrs Cole in memory of his wife. The first award was presented in 1982. Dr. Cole passed away in 1989. He had been a fellow of GSA for 58 years and was one of the Society's leading benefactors.
The 2014 recipient, Kyle Nichols, Skidmore College, was awarded $7,600 from the Gladys W. Cole Fund for research in geomorphology of semiarid and arid terrains for his project, “Timing and tempo of pediment abandonment at the Henry Mountains, Utah, determined using cosmogenic nuclides.” The 2015 award amount will be $8,000.
Applications must be completed by 1 February each year to be eligible for the award, which is made in May.
For additional information please contact:
Program Officer - Grants, Awards & Recognition
Geological Society of America
P.O. Box 9140
Boulder, CO 80301-9140