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Donald F. Towse Memorial Grant in Aid

Funded by Donald and Marjorie Towse of San Jose, California through the AAPG Foundation Grant-in-Aid Program, this grant is given to students studying geology related to the occurrence and production of earth materials, except conventional oil and gas, capable of being used in energy production, and including remote sensing. Dr. Towse was President of AAPG's Energy Mineral Division in 1989-1990.

Recipients
2012
Rachel Frohman - University of Alaska at Fairbanks
2011
Joseph Batir - Southern Methodist University
2010
Elliot Jagniecki - Binghamton University
2009
Phillip Labrecque - University of Calgary
2008
Renee Vardy - Wichita State University
2007
Dariusz Strapoc - Indiana University
2006
Sarah Mardon – University of Kentucky (Abstract)
2005
Gareth Chalmers – University of British Columbia (Abstract)
2004
Jennifer Cooper – University of Missouri, Columbia (Abstract)
2003
Krista Morisen -  Miami University, Ohio (Abstract - PDF)
2002
Dwayne Giggs – University of Alberta (Abstract - PDF)
2001
Jesse Korus – Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
2000
Todd Dallegge – University of Alaska, Fairbanks
1999
Raphael Wüst – University of British Columbia
1998
Kenneth Carroll – Ohio University
1997
Qiang Xu – Chengdu Institute of Technology
1996
Ian Cloke, University of London

Grant Application Process

Grant applications are distributed worldwide to all universities known to offer graduate studies in the geosciences. Applications are available on the Internet. Applications to be considered are due annually by January 31.

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