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Two Penn State Graduate Students Receive 2012 AAPG Foundation Grants-in-Aid


Ellen Chamberlin, a PhD Geosciences student, received the Richard W. Beardsley Named Grant in the amount of $3000. Katelyn Olcott, also a PhD Geosciences student, received the AAPG Eastern Section Named Grant, in the amount of $3000.

AAPG Foundation’s Grants-in-Aid program’s purpose is to further research in the geosciences. Graduate students whose thesis research is in the areas of environmental geology issues and/or the search for and development of petroleum and energy-mineral resources are eligible to apply for these grants.  The grants are made in the ranges of $1000-$3000 and are to be used for expense directly related to the student’s thesis work.


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