Support the Scholarship!
1. Make your check out to the AWG Foundation.
- 2. Specify that you want your money to go for the 'AWG-PNW Tanaka Scholarship'
- * Note: undirected funds go to AWGF's unrestricted funds.
- 3. Send to:
4611 S. Evanston Ave
Tulsa, OK 74105
Support Science Fair Judging!
The chapter continues to sponsor judging at local science fairs but without financial assistance from the AWG Foundation. If you wish to help support the chapter's minor expenses (books and judges' travel expenses), please send a check to "AWG-PNW" at:
PO Box 28391
Seattle, WA 98118
- Please include "Science Fair Donation" on the memo line. Your donation will NOT be tax-deductible.
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When the Spokane and Puget Sound Chapters merged to form the Pacific Northwest Chapter in 2007, the chapter grew to serve both Washington and Oregon. Our members live in Washington and Oregon and beyond to Idaho and British Columbia. To promote professional growth and AWG's goals, we get together for formal and informal events, mostly in the Seattle and Portland areas.
AWG-PNW Field Trip To Point Roberts, WA and Vancouver, BC
AWG-PNW Point Roberts, WA and Vancouver, BC area Field Trip (August 28-30, 2015)
Vancouver-area glaciologist/meteorologist and AWG member Mindy Brugman is organizing a family-friendly trip field trip to the Vancouver area, including geology in the Point Roberts area.
AWG PNW Oregon, Calderas Field Trip
AWG PNW Oregon, Calderas Field Trip (June 12-14, 2015)
Join AWG members, geoscientists, and geology enthusiasts for an early summertime field trip to visit two Paleogene volcanic calderas situated near Prineville, Oregon. Camp along the Lower Crooked River.
AWG 30 years celebration
Association for Women Geoscientists - Pacific Northwest Chapter
Please join us for a celebration of 30 years of AWG in the Pacific Northwest
Saturday, April 18, 2015, 4pm to 8pm See brochure for more information
AWG Canadian Rockies Field Trip
AWG Canadian Rockies Field Trip
August 28th through September 7th 2014
Registration deadline April 15th
See brochure for more information
AWG-NWGS Joint Meeting
"Travels in Geology – Antarctica and the Scotia Arc: Tectonics, Climate and Life"
Presented by Jody Bourgeois
UW Earth and Space Science Dept. professor
April 8, 2014
AWG Seattle Meeting
"An Overview of Puget Lowland Geology and Considerations for Stormwater Management"
Presented by Jennifer H. Saltonstall
Geologist and Hydrogeologist at Associated Earth Sciences, Inc.
January 27, 2014
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Ann Guhman (L), former AWGF Treasurer, joins Marcia Knadle (R), AWG-PNW Chapter President, by one of the imposing Standing Stones of Steness, Orkney Islands, visited on the 2008 AWG field trip to Scotland.
AWG Goals: Encourage the participation of women in the geosciences. Exchange educational, technical, and professional information. Enhance the professional growth and advancement of women in the geosciences.
The Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation, or AWGF for short, is a tax exempt, 501(c)(301) corporation. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.