Friday, July 8, 2011

2011 Shlemon Specialty Conference



2011 Shlemon Specialty Conference


Opportunities for Alternative Energy Development in Arizona and the Southwest – Geologic/Hydrologic Considerations



Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists


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Arizona Land Subsidence Group



October 27-28, 2011


Embassy Suites – Tempe, AZ




Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to network and see presentations by experts in geology, geologic hazards, soils, foundation engineering, hydrology, and land use as applied to opportunities for alternative energy development in Arizona and the Southwest U.S. Invited talks by the Arizona State Geologist, Arizona Land Commissioner, and experts from both the public and private sectors will provide an excellent educational opportunity as well as the chance to meet and network with industry colleagues. Registration for the day-long technical conference is only $100/person and CEU’s will be available. Additionally, there is a follow-up day-long field trip led by industry and agency experts that will show examples geologic and hydrologic issues discussed in the technical presentations and visit a local alternative energy facility. The cost of the field trip is only $60/person. Sponsorship and Exhibiting opportunities are available. A conference rate of $129 per night is available at the Tempe Embassy Suites.




More information including registration forms is available at the conference website:



http://www.aegweb.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageID=5464



Additional questions and inquiries can be sent by email to info@azlandsubsidence.org

Monday, March 21, 2011

UA AEG Meeting March 24th 2011

University of Arizona
Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists

Call and Nicholas, Inc.
International Geotechnical Consultants

Invites You to a Presentation by
Robert Pratt, PE on
Rock Mechanics and Slope Stability

Free Brooklyn Pizza and Soda
Provided by Call and Nicholas, Inc.

When- UA AEG Monthly Meeting, Thursday March 24th, 12:30pm
Where- Mines and Metallurgy Bldg, Room 225

UA AEG Meeting March 24th 2011

University of Arizona
Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists

Call and Nicholas, Inc.
International Geotechnical Consultants

Invites You to a Presentation by
Robert Pratt, PE on
Rock Mechanics and Slope Stability

Free Brooklyn Pizza and Soda
Provided by Call and Nicholas, Inc.

When- UA AEG Monthly Meeting, Thursday March 24th, 12:30pm
Where- Mines and Metallurgy Bldg, Room 225

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

ASU GeoClub Meet and Greet

GeoClub’s Second Annual
Student/Professional
Meet and Greet

Thursday, March 3, 2011
5:30-6:30 PM Reception
in Dietz Museum
6:30 PM Professional Introductions
PSF 166
7:00 PM Informal Discussion Groups
PSF 166

This is an opportunity for students to talk to
professionals and find out about summer opportunities.
These could include internships, scholarships, jobs and
more!

There will be professionals from Hydrology, Environmental, Mining,
Engineering Geology, Geotechnical , Academia and more!
For a full list of professionals and a short biography, please look at the
GeoClub website at

http://asu.orgsync.com/org/geoclub

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

AEG Meeting 2/10/11

We have another great AEG meeting planned for February! The meeting will be on held Thursday February 10, 2011 at Monti’s located at the SWC of Mill Ave and 1st Street in Tempe. We'll start off at 6:00pm with a hosted happy hour courtesy of Enviro-Drill Inc. Dinner will be at 7pm with the presentation starting shortly after dinner.

Our speaker is Bill Haneberg, PG, PhD, the current Jahn's lecturer. His presentation is titled "3-D Rock Slope Modeling and Virtual Discontinuity Mapping Using Digital Photogrammetry". Please see the attached flyer for more details.

Please RSVP by Monday February 7th if you will be joining us! Thank you and hope to see you at the meeting!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

AEG-AHS Student Night 2011


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Student Night 2011
For All Arizona Students and Professionals in Groundwater,
Environmental, & Engineering Geology
Geotechnical Engineering and Geological Engineering Fields
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Hosted By: AEG and AHS
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Student/Professional Meeting
Networking
Recruiting
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Schedule of Events:
5:30-7:00 Career Fair and Mingling
7:00-7:45 Dinner
7:45- 8:45 Student Presentations
8:45-9:00 Award Presentations
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Location:
Arizona State University in Tempe
Student Memorial Union
Cochise Room

Thursday, August 26, 2010

EWB Meeting

Engineers Without Borders (ASU Chapter) Meeting
Wednesday, September 1st
6:30 PM PSH 151
Arizona State University

For more information contact Armando Villareal avillar2@asu.edu

Friday, August 20, 2010

Geologist opening at Ohio Geological Survey

Geologist 3 - Ohio Geological Survey

The Ohio Geological Survey seeks applications for the position of Geologist 3 for the Geologic Mapping & Industrial Minerals Group. The successful candidate will be a versatile and highly motivated geoscientist with a thorough understanding of geologic mapping, bedrock geology and stratigraphy, and glacial geology and geomorphology. Background knowledge in areas such as geophysical exploration, interpretation of logs, familiarity with coring, sampling, and drilling, geologic modeling, and GIS, particularly any 3-D or geostatistical analysis is a major plus. A Master’s degree is preferred although a Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience will be considered. The complete job posting will be available on the ODNR website beginning August 23rd. (www.ohiodnr.com); applications will be accepted thru September 3, 2010. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. For more information concerning application procedures, please contact Rene Norris at 614-265-6406. For more information about position duties and qualifications, please contact Mike Angle at 614-265-6602.

Additional info

The Ohio Geological Survey (OGS) is a Division within the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, with offices located at Fountain Square in Columbus, Ohio and at Alum Creek State Park in Delaware, Ohio. The Geologic Mapping & Industrial Minerals Group currently has a staff of eight full-time geologists plus a part-time seismologist and technicians/interns. The group is involved in diverse research and mapping of deep subsurface to shallow bedrock and surficial glacial and alluvial deposits. This section is also heavily involved in delineating Ohio’s geohazards including karst terrain, abandoned underground mines, landslides, and shoreline erosion along the Lake Erie coastline. The Group also compiles mineral resource statistics ranging from coal to sand and gravel aggregate

Excellent written and oral communications skills, publications record, and demonstrable mapping and/or GIS experience is preferred.

Computer Skills: Integrated geologic mapping and analysis software (e.g. GeoGraphix), GIS - ESRI Arc/Info including Geostatistical Analyst, Microsoft Office, Fluid flow modeling (e.g. Mod Flow).

In order to be eligible to accept a permanent part-time or full-time job with the state of Ohio, you must be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident of this country. Those here on student visas cannot be offered permanent employment.

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Next Meeting: August 19, Joel Anderson - Engineers Without Borders

Association of Environmental and
Engineering Geologist - Arizona Section
Dinner Meeting:
Thursday August 19, 2010
El Peñasco in Tempe
6:00 PM Mingling and Happy Hour
Sponsor: AECOM
7:oo PM Dinner and Presentation
Mexican Buffet
SPEAKER:
Joel Anderson
HDR
Presentation:
Engineers Without Borders
Cost: $20 AEG Member, $25 Non-Members
$5 Students
Location: El Peñasco
19 E Broadway
Tempe, Arizona
RSVP by Monday August 16, 2010 to Bonnie Whitley at bonniewhitleype@gmail.com
For more information about AEG, visit www.aegweb.org

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Next Meeting: July 8, in Tucson with Lee Allison

Association of Environmental and
Engineering Geologists – Arizona Section


Dinner Meeting:
Thursday July 8, 2010
El Parador in Tucson


6:00 PM Mingling and Drinks
Sponsor: Golder Associates


7 PM Dinner and Presentation
Menu:
Chicken Fajitas


SPEAKER:
Dr. Lee Allison
Director of AZGS and State Geologist


PRESENTATION:
A Digital Revolution in the Geosciences


Cost: $25 AEG Member & Non-Member
$10 Students


Location: El Parador
2744 E. Broadway
Tucson, Arizona


RSVP by Monday July 5, 2010 to Bonnie Whitley at bonniewhitleype@gmail.com
For more information about AEG, visit
www.aegweb.org