The purpose of the AAPG Foundation Grants-in-Aid program is to foster research in the geosciences. Grants are made to provide financial assistance to graduate students (currently enrolled in Masters or Ph.D. programs) whose thesis research has application to the search for and development of petroleum and energy-mineral resources, and/or to related environmental geology issues. If you are unclear about any application guidelines,contact the AAGG Foundation office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are a few helpful hints to follow:
U.S. Military Service (if applicable)
Source of Research Project: Individual or group, student’s idea, part of professor’s on-going research, outgrowth of class work, critical review of literature, etc.*
Project Goal: A one sentence statement of central goal of research project.*
Percent of Project Completed*
Suitability of Proposal to Grants-In-Aid Program: Describe how the project will contribute to the better understanding of petroleum geology, energy minerals geology, and/or related environmental issues. The suitability is critical to your thesis topic evaluation.*
Total AAPGF Grants-In-Aid Request for this Project (full dollar amount)*
Restricted Grants: Select any of the Restricted Grants for which your project might qualify. Your application will be considered for all non-restricted grants based on your score. Click here for a list of the Named/Memorial Grants.*
References: Provide the name and email addresses for two separate references qualified to endorse you and your project. (Preferably your Thesis/Project Supervisor and the Department Chairman or Director -- not the same person). The Department Chairman will only be required to verify your current student status.
When your application is complete, we will send email messages to the people you identify below (after the Confirmation Step), asking them to endorse or comment on you and your project. Please ensure that the email address you provide for each person is a working email address. Please inform these references that they will be asked to submit an opinion or endorsement online, and that AAPG will provide them via email with the necessary password and Web page address. Your application will NOT be considered complete until your references submit that information.
Once a reference has submitted their opinion or endorsement online, you will receive an confirmation email that a reference was received by AAPG GIA online system. Please note, periodically universities and/or institutions block these confirmation emails, mistaking them for spam. The listed references have until Thursday, February 14, 2013 to submit their endorsement.
2. Is your project a work in progress not supported by AAPG?
If you have already submitted an application you may log in below using the appliication id number and password already provided to you:
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