Geological Society of America

 Structural Geology & Tectonics Division


 

Career Contribution Award (Nomination deadline -- March 10, 2014):


This award will be given for the 27th time in 2014.  It is awarded to an individual who throughout his/her career has made numerous distinguished contributions that have clearly advanced the science of structural geology or tectonics.  Nominees need not be citizens or residents of the United States, and membership in the Geological Society of America is not required.  The Career Contribution Award cannot be given posthumously, unless the decision to give it was made before the death of the awardee.  All nominations will be held under consideration for a period of three years, after which time they will be retired.  A new nomination for the same individual can be submitted after the previous nomination is retired.  A list of past awardees is provided below.


Nominations should include the following information:


(1) Name of nominee, present institutional affiliation and address.
(2) Summary statement of nominee's major career contributions to the science of structural geology and tectonics.
(3) Selected key published works of the nominee.
(4) Name and address of nominator.

 

 

Mail or e-mail nominations (or questions) to:

     Jane A. Gilotti, Chair - Career Contribution Award Committee

    Department of Geoscience
    University of Iowa

    121 Trowbridge Hall

    Iowa City, IA 52242, USA

    Phone: (319) 335-1097

    jane-gilotti@uiowa.edu

 

New award plaque initiated in 2010: 10x6 inch solid bronze

 

Previous Awardees:

2014:  Darrel Cowan
2013:  Peter J. Hudleston (click here for citation and response)
2012:  Richard W. Allmendinger (click here for response)
2011:  Richard H. Sibson (click here for citation and response)
2010:  George H. Davis (click here for citation and response)
2009  Paul Hoffman (click here for citation and response)
2008:  John Suppe (click here for citation and response)
2007:  Warren Hamilton (click here for citation and response)

2006:

 John Dewey (click here for citation and response)

2005:

 Jan Tullis

2004:

 Kevin Burke

2003:

 Gregory Davis (click here for citation and response)

2002:

 Robert Wallace (click here for citation and response)

2001:

 Donald Wise

2000:

 S. Warren Carey

1999:

 Hans Peter Laubscher

1998:

 Albert W. Bert Bally

1997:

 Hans Ramberg

1996:

 Winthrop D. Means

1995:

 B. Clark Burchfiel

1994:

 Richard P.Nickelsen

1993:

 Ben Page

1992:

 John Crowell

1991:

 Clint D.A. Dahlstrom

1990:

 John Ramsay

1989:

 John Rodgers

1988:

 John Handin

 

 

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