|International Lecture Tour|
|U.S. / International
Deadline for Award Nominations: 1 March
Distinguished Career Award
The Distinguished Career Award will be given to a geologist who has made numerous, distinguished, and significant contributions that have clearly advanced the international geological sciences through service and or scientific activities. The award will consist of a plaque inscribed with the name of the recipient, the name of the award, the name of the Section, and the emblem of The Geological Society of America. The award will be presented at the annual business meeting of the International Section.
|2013||B. Clark Burchfiel||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||citation/response|
|2010||W. Gary Ernst||Stanford University (emeritus)||citation/response|
|2009||Yildirim Dilek||The Miami University||citation/response|
|2008||Rolf Emmermann||GeoForschungsZentrum, Potsdam, Germany||citation/response|
|2007||Alan Gilbert Smith||Cambridge University||citation/response|
|2006||Eldridge M. Moores||University of California, Davis||citation/response|
|2003||John A. Reinemund||USGS Chief of Internation Programs||citation/response|
The citation and response will be posted after the October Awards Ceremony at the GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver.
International Section Honorary Fellow Award
The section’s Honorary Fellowship is presented to an international geoscientist who has distinguished him-or herself in geoscience investigations, promoting environmental awareness, linking science and society, providing notable service to implementing public policy in natural resource managements, or otherwise making outstanding contributions to science. The inaugural award was presented at the International Section’s Reception at the 2012 GSA Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
|2012||Sospeter Mwijarubi Muhongo||University of Dar Es Salaam||Tanzania|
Professor of Geology, Vice President of Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
treasurer of IUGS