The Department and the College of Science offer a number of scholarship opportunities for students studying Environmental Science and Geology. It is good to see our students recognized for their hard work and scholarship. Congratulations!
The faculty award a $500 scholarship for the outstanding student studying geology.
The Castro Valley Mineral & Gem Society generously provides two $500 scholarships for outstanding students studying mineralogy and petrology.
The Livermore Lithofiles provides a Brunton Compass to the most outstanding student studying Structural Geology and Field Methods.
A generous endowment from the East Bay Mineral Society permits us to award one $1000 scholarship to the outstanding student studying mineralogy and petrology.
The Association for Women Geoscientists presents an annual award for the most outstanding female geologist.
2016: Amanda Deinhart, 'Application of Multi-tracer Methods to Determine Age Distributuion of Nitrate Contaminated Wells in Turlock California.'
2014: Pamela Beitz, 'A Multi-tiered Catchment Analysis of Upper Redwood Creek, an Urban, Trout Bearing Stream.'
This award was established to honor University Theses of the highest quality. Winners from the Department of Earth Environmental Sciences include: