Howard Street Robinson Medal Mineral Deposits Division
The Howard Street Robinson Medal recognizes a respected and well-spoken geoscientist who will further the scientific study of Precambrian Geology and/or Metal Mining through a presentation of a distinguished lecture across Canada. The medal is named in honour of Howard Street Robinson, a founding member of the GAC whose bequest to GAC in 1977 of approximately $100,000 makes the lecture tour possible. The bequest was ”for the furtherance of scientific study of Precambrian Geology and Metal Mining”. Thus the GAC’s Mineral Deposits Division awards the medal in odd years, and the Precambrian Division awards it in even years.
The Howard Street Robinson Medal winner and lecturer during the academic year 2017 – 2018 is Dr. Pete Hollings, sponsored by the Mineral Deposits Division
Dr. Hollings will be undertaking a lecture tour in 2017-18. His talk titles are:
1. Using igneous petrology to unravel the tectonic triggers for porphyry mineralization
2. Metallogeny and magmatism of the 1.1 Ga Midcontinent Rift
If you are interested in having Pete Hollings come to visit your area, contact:
Hutchison and H.S. Robinson Lecture Tours (2017-2018)