The newsletter provides updates from the IAEG executive and from the various regional groups.

Key features include :

  • Applications for the 2018 Richard Walter Prize are open until 15 May.
    • RWP recognises meritorious scientific achievement by a member of the IAEG under the age of 35
    • Application to be forwarded with letter of support from National Group (NZGS)
    • Submission to include CV and list of publications with three most significant publications highlighted.
    • If you are interested please submit your application to NZGS
  • IAEG executive meeting to be held 18/19 May 2018
    • Ongoing development of Strategic Plan
    • IAEG Congress in September
  • XIII IAEG Congress – San Francisco 17 – 21 September 2018
    • Registrations open
    • Field trip option expected to fill fast
    • 2018 council meeting at congress
    • Election for 2019 executive to be held at council meeting.

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