The Alaska Geological Society (AGS) is a not-for-profit organization of both professional geoscientists and general earth science enthusiasts. Project or thesis/dissertation topic focused on Alaskan geology or related geoscience topic. Applicants for Alaska Geological Society scholarships may not be related to any member or to any family member of the Scholarship Committee or Board of Directors of the Society. Project or thesis/dissertation topic focused on Alaskan geology or related geoscience topic. Applications should include the application form which can be downloaded at the scholarship link, a cover letter describing your personal and educational career goals, your interest in the Earth Sciences, your financial need, and how you would use the scholarship funds. Examples of how to apply the funds include, but are not limited to, field camp, field work, research/lab fees, or tuition and books. If you are a past scholarship recipient, please include an update on how you used previous AGS funding. A project description if you are an undergraduate student, or copy of your thesis proposal if you are a graduate student. A minimum of two letters of recommendation from those familiar with your academic record. Copy of transcripts from your current institution. There are two ways to submit: via email: firstname.lastname@example.org and via mail.
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