Short Courses & Workshops
GSA short courses will be held immediately before the Annual Meeting and are open to members and nonmembers. If you register for only a short course, you must pay a $40 nonregistrant fee in addition to the course fee. The $40 may be applied toward meeting registration if you decide to attend the meeting. Preregistration is recommended; on-site registration is an additional $30.
The GSA Geoscience Education Division will subsidize the first five student registrants who are a valid division member. The student must pay the full course fee when registering, but will be reimbursed $50 after the GSA meeting by the Geoscience Education Division.
The GSA Hydrogeology Division will subsidize the first student registrant who is a valid division member. The student must pay the full course fee when registering, but will be reimbursed $50 after the GSA meeting by the Hydrogeology Division.
The GSA Sedimentary Geology Division will subsidize all students who are valid Division Members. Students must pay the full course fee when registering but will be reimbursed $100 after the GSA meeting by the Sedimentary Geology Division. To be reimbursed, students must apply by e-mail, before the Annual Meeting, to Paul K. Link, Secretary of the Sedimentary Geology Division. They must provide their GSA Member Number, certify that they are members of the Sedimentary Geology Division, and provide their Social Security Number and address, for GSA to send reimbursement.
Other Courses & Panels
NSF Proposal Writing
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Service
All courses sponsored by GSA offer CEUs. A CEU is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. A contact hour is defined as a typical 60-minute classroom instructional session or its equivalent. Ten instructional hours are required for one CEU. For CEU record keeping purposes, please be sure to include your social security number on the registration form.