Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU

Title: Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 18 This year a small group of Professor Bruce Curtis’s former students kicked off a campaign to endow the Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship in Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado. The committee has set a goal … More Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU

Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

Title: Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist? Authors: Laura L. Wray and Nicole V. Koenig, Colorado Geological Survey, and John P. Seidle, Sproule Associates, Inc. Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 1, 8 What geologist can resist the allure of an untested play? How about an untested coalbed methane (CBM) play, one that could be made … More Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

Career Transition Workshop

Title: Career Transition Workshop Publication: The Outcrop, May/June 2001, p. 34 This workshop is presented by The American Association of Petroleum Geologists, The Division of Professional Affairs and The SIPES Foundation, in conjunction with the 2001 Annual Meeting. Sunday, June 3 rd at 8:30 a.m. — Marriott City Center The Workshop is FREE. A convention registration fee … More Career Transition Workshop

CU Names Building for Former RMAG President Bruce Curtis

Title: CU Names Building for Former RMAG President Bruce Curtis Author: Matthew R. Silverman Publication: The Outcrop, July 2002, p. 21 The University of Colorado at Boulder recently granted geology Professor Emeritus Bruce Curtis a rare honor. On April 5, CU’s new $6.1 million museum collections building was re-named the Bruce Curtis Building in a dedication … More CU Names Building for Former RMAG President Bruce Curtis

New Faculty Position Endowed by Denver Petroleum Geologist

Title: New Faculty Position Endowed by Denver Petroleum Geologist Author: Laura L. Wray Publication: The Outcrop, February 2002, p. 11 In the face of uncertain future energy supplies and the young scientists needed to discover and deliver them, a ray of hope shines on the horizon. A geologist in our own community, Paul Rady, has put … More New Faculty Position Endowed by Denver Petroleum Geologist

RMAG Popular Geology Committee An Active Force in the Community

Title: RMAG Popular Geology Committee An Active Force in the Community Publication: The Outcrop, May 2003, p. 11 Members of the RMAG Popular Geology Committee have been an active force in community outreach and public education. RMAG member Elmo Brown worked with 5th grade students at Kaiser Elementary School in southwest Denver for a period of 5 weeks. … More RMAG Popular Geology Committee An Active Force in the Community

Geological Renaissance in Florence 2004

Title: Geological Renaissance in Florence 2004 Author: Susan Landon Publication: The Outcrop, November 2004, p. 18-19 In August, I was fortunate to be one of eight official US delegates to the 32nd International Geological Congress (IGC) held in Florence, Italy. The theme of the Congress was “From the Mediterranean Area Toward a Global Geological Renaissance: Geology, Natural Hazards, … More Geological Renaissance in Florence 2004

AAPG Grants-In-Aid Recipients

Title: AAPG Grants-In-Aid Recipients Publication: The Outcrop, July 2004, p. 5 Congratulations to the following graduate students who have received AAPG Grants-In-Aid: Robert Amberman, Colorado School of Mines, “Structural Analysis of Soft-Sediment Deformation in a Paleo-Submarine Slump and Slide Complex and Prediction of Overlying Deep-Water Sandstone Archtecture.” Kimberly Doupe, Colorado School of Mines, “Structural and Stratigraphic Compartmentalization … More AAPG Grants-In-Aid Recipients