Foundation Grant Recipients Named

75 people have been chosen to receive funding

The AAPG Foundation has announced that 75 people have been chosen to receive funding for graduate studies through the Foundation's Grants-In-Aid program.

The recipients, who were selected from among 280 applications, will be receiving a total of $130,200 in grants.

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The AAPG Foundation has announced that 75 people have been chosen to receive funding for graduate studies through the Foundation's Grants-In-Aid program.

The recipients, who were selected from among 280 applications, will be receiving a total of $130,200 in grants.

Recipients were announced at the AAPG Annual Meeting in Dallas and are listed on the Foundation Web site.

Abstracts from recipients will be published on AAPG's Search & Discovery website this fall.

For further information or to make a donation to the Grants-in-Aid Program, go online, or contact Rebecca Griffin, grant coordinator, at 918-560-2644.

In other Foundation news, the Members of the Corporation have elected two new members — one to replace a member who was elected to Trustee status and the other to replace Harrison Jamison, who has stepped down.

The new members are Lou Bortz, of Denver, and Byron Dyer, of Houston.

Also, William Crain, of Danville, Calif., was elected by the trustees to replace Paul Dudley, who is stepping down from the position.