Student Research Grants
Student Research Grants (SRG) provide support for graduate student research projects leading to master's or doctoral degrees, and for exceptional BS Honors or "BS Titulo" projects.
Graduate Student Fellowship Program
The Graduate Student Fellowship Program (GSF) provides fellowships to students who intend to pursue a course of study in economic geology leading to a Master of Science (M.Sc.) and/or Ph.D. degree, with preference given to those who will be entering graduate school following completion of a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree, or equivalent.
Student Field Trip Program
The SEG Student Field Trip Program, distinct from existing SEG Student Chapter funding, provides support for student participation on field trips to important mining districts worldwide.
The Society of Economic Geologists has 108 active Student Chapters in 31 countries.
Student Chapter Field Trips
The SEG invites all Student Chapters and other student groups to make video recordings of the technical aspects of their SEG-supported field trips.
Students' Committee Charter
The SEG Students' Committee Charter shall provide students with a mechanism to assist with the development and implementation of programs that impact on students involved in the SEG. The Students' Committee will increase the communication, coordination and representation of students within all international regions.
Presentations given at the SEG Student Conference on Saturday, October 2, 2010 in Keystone, Colorado, USA:
American Geological Institute sponsored a webinar (GeoConnection Webinar: Geoscience Careers in Minerals Exploration) on April 21, 2011 where the following speakers discussed geoscience careers in minerals exploration: Professor Bill Chavez, New Mexico Technical University, David Groves, Newmont Mining, and M. Steve Enders, President of the Society of Economic Geologists.