Grants Awarded Since 2001

Year

Recipients

2011 – 12 University of New Brunswick – to support a 4-day field trip to visit the pegmatite deposits near Poland Maine
University of British Columbia – International field trip to the Philippines
Carleton University – to attend the PDAC conference
University of Quebec du Montreal – 12-day field trip to Brazil regions of Brasilia, Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro
University of Laval – to go to Sudbury to visit the mines
University of Alberta - to support their annual research symposium where graduate students present their research to an audience of peers and faculty
Acadia University – to attend the AGC meeting in Moncton, NB
2010 – 11 Acadia University – to attend the AGS in Fredericton, NB
University of Alberta - to support their annual research symposium where graduate students present their research to an audience of peers and faculty
Carleton University – to support a trip to the PDAC in Toronto, ON
Dalhousie University – to host a 2-day short course on Mineral Exploration and development.
McGill University – to attend a 12-day field trip of Newfoundland
Simon Fraser University – to offset the costs of a 2-week long fourth year field trip to Nevada
University of Western Ontario – to bear the financial load of inviting an industry representative to the University as a guest speaker. The talk to focus on seafloor massive sulphide deposits.
University of Victoria – to support a field trip to Hilo, Hawaii
University of Laval – for a 10-day field trip to Iceland
University of British Columbia – International field trip to Western Australia
2009 – 10 Acadia University – to attend the PDAC in Toronto, ON
University of Alberta – to support their annual research symposium where graduate students present their research to an audience of peers and faculty
University of British Columbia – International field trip to South Africa
Carleton University – to attend the PDAC in Toronto, ON
York University – a 3-day field trip to Quebec
Dalhousie University – Didn’t apply for a grant but just wanted to be a Logan Chapter
2008 – 09 University of British Columbia – International field trip to Western Anatolia, Turkey
Memorial University of Newfoundland – to attend the PDAC
Carleton University – to attend the PDAC
York University – 2-day field trip to the Niagara Falls to examine the geology background such as sedimentology and structure
University of Alberta – to support their annual research symposium where graduate students present their research to an audience of peers and faculty
Acadia University – to attend the AGS meeting in Moncton, NB
Laurentian University – to invite two outside speakers to give geological related lectures as part of the Department of Earth Sciences; weekly brown bag lunch seminar
McGill University – to support a 3-day field trip to the Thetford Ophiolite Complex. To take advantage of access to world-class ophiolite exposures and to better acquaint students with Quebec Geology
Lakehead University – to help fund a 7-day trip to the PDAC conference in Toronto, ON
2007 – 08 Acadia University – to attend the AGS meeting in Dartmouth, NS
University of British Columbia – 3-week international field trip to Eastern Europe, with focus on Poland and Romania
York University – 3-day field trip to Bruce Peninsula to observe the Niagara Escarpment.
University of British Columbia, Okanagan – to attend the Mineral Exploration Roundup in Vancouver, BC
McMaster University – a field trip to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, ON to view the exhibit entitled “the Burgess Shale” that represents the massive Cambrian species radiation
University of Regina – to support a 12-day field trip to Colombia with emphasis on volcanology and Quaternary geology
University of Alberta – to support their annual research symposium where graduate students present their research to an audience of peers and faculty
Simon Fraser University – to support a fourth year field practicum to be held in Iceland
St. Mary’s University – to support a 1-day field trip to North Mountain and the North Shore where there are two thick, early Jurassic basalt flow along with several thinner flows
Carleton University – to support a trip to the PDAC in Toronto, ON
Memorial University of Newfoundland – to attend the PDAC in Toronto, ON
2006 – 07 University of British Columbia – 2-week international field trip to Sweden
Acadia University – to attend the AGS meeting in Moncton, NB
University of Windsor – field trip from Southern Ontario through the eastern US with focus on the geology of the Kentucky region
Carleton University – to attend the PDAC Conference in Toronto
St. Mary’s University – international field trip to Greece
University of Victoria – field trip to Yellowstone National Park with stops at the terraced Mammoth Hot springs, the Yellowstone Canyon and old Faithful
University of Alberta – to support the ATLAS graduate symposium
University of Toronto – 3-day field trip to Algonquin Park, Bancroft and the Grenville Province of eastern Ontario
University of Regina – to subsidise the travel costs for several students that will be presenting at the Western Inter-University Geological at the U. of Manitoba. The remainder to go towards two field trips
Simon Fraser University – travel to geological sites on the North and South Islands of New Zealand
2005 – 06 University of Windsor – 3-day field trip to Niagara Falls
St. Mary’s University – field trip to Nova Scotia salt mine as well as an annual international field trip
University of Toronto – 3-day field trip to the Sudbury and Whitefish Falls to explore the Sudbury Igneous Complex and surrounding Huronian Supergroup
University of Alberta – field trip to Yellowhead Pass and the eastern Cariboo Mountains.
University of BC – international field trip to New Zealand
York University – 2-day field trip to the deposits of nickel-copper sulphide ore in noritic host rock, Sudbury, ON
Simon Fraser University – field trip to the Grand Canyon in Arizona
McGill University – for the organization of an interdisciplinary symposium for student presentations of research
Acadia University – members to attend the AUGC hosted by Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS
2004 – 05 University of Windsor – 4-day field trip to Tobermory. The first attraction is Flowerpot Island to observe the dolomite and limestone pillars as well as the caves on the island. The second part of the trip was along the Bruce trail along the Georgian Bay escarpment
University of Saskatchewan – to help host the Western Inter-University Conference
Simon Fraser University – for a 2-day field trip visiting caves in the Qualicum Beach area.
York University – geological field trip to Onaping Falls to examine the Sudbury meteorite impact structure and various geological formations, and visit the Dynamic Earth display/centre.
St. Mary’s University – for updating and expanding their website and to subsidise student attendance at the GAC-MAC Conference in Halifax
Acadia University – to attend the AGS meeting in Saint John, NB
University of Alberta – 5-day multi-faceted earth sciences field trip through the Rocky Mountain trench in southeastern BC. Field trip to revolve around Holocene carbonate spring deposits
Ottawa Carleton - to host geological lectures by visiting scientists
University of Toronto – 3-day field trip to Algonquin Park
University of Manitoba – 3-day field trip to the oil-producing region of Manitoba near Waskada and Deloraine
2003 – 04 Acadia University – to attend AGS in Moncton
University of Regina – 6-day field trip to examine Archean rocks, structure and tectonics of the northwestern Superior Province, Canadian Shield
Memorial University of Newfoundland – to attend AUGC Conference
Simon Fraser University – field trip to Death Valley, California, the Yosemite Valley and the Sierra Nevada mountains
University of Toronto – 3-day field trip to the Sudbury Igneous Complex and surrounding Huronian Supergroup
University of Waterloo – to attend the GAC-MAC 2004 in St. Catharines, ON and participate in a field trip
University of Windsor – field trip to the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario to examine the stratigraphy and depositional environments of Niagaran carbonate rocks
York University – 3-day field trip to Quebec
McGill University – to help support the graduate student symposium on posters and abstracts and the interaction with peers at McGill and fellow graduate students and professors from other research institutions
2002 – 03 University of Windsor – 5-day field trip to Southern Ohio
University of British Columbia – field trip to Peru
University of Toronto – 5-day field trip to Quebec Abitibi
Memorial University of Newfoundland – to attend AUGC
University of Regina – field trip to Lake Superior
Acadia University – to attend AUGC & AGS
University of Waterloo – field trip to US
York University – to support various geological (club) activities
University of Saskatchewan – 7-day field trip to Grand Canyon, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada
2001 – 02 Memorial University of Newfoundland – field trip to Portugal to study rift sequences
Acadia University – to attend the Atlantic Geoscience Society meeting
University of Windsor – field trip to Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky
University of Toronto – field trip to Timmins area
University of Regina – to attend the Western Inter-University Geological Conference
University of British Columbia – field trip to Rocky Mountains, USA

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