We are proud to announce the 2018 EAG medallists, who will be presented with their awards at Goldschmidt 2018 in Boston.
Susan L. Brantley (Pennsylvania State University) receives the Urey Award.
Jess Adkins (Caltech) receives the Nicholas Shackleton Science Innovation Award.
Morgan Schaller (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) receives the Houtermans Award.
Caroline Slomp (Utrecht University) receives the GS/EAG Paul Gast Lectureship.
The Geochemical Society and European Association of Geochemistry are pleased to announce those receiving the honour of 2018 Geochemical Fellow.
Caltech (USA), EAG Science Innovation Award medallist
Michael Arthur Penn State (USA), GS Goldschmidt medallist
Miryam Bar-Matthews Geological Survey of Israel (Israel)
Robert J. Bodnar Virginia Tech (USA)
Daniel Frost University of Bayreuth (Germany)
Jérôme Gaillardet Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (France)
George Helz University of Maryland (USA)
Janet G. Hering Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, ETH Zurich, EPFL (Switzerland)
Catherine Jeandel LEGOS, Toulouse (France)
Craig Manning University of California, Los Angeles (USA)
William S. Reeburgh University of California, Irvine (USA)
Niels Revsbech Aarhus University (Denmark)
Zachary Sharp University of New Mexico (USA)
Susan Trumbore Max Planck Institute (Germany) and University of California Irvine (USA)
Fu-Yuan Wu Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
The medallists will all receive their honours at the 2018 Goldschmidt Conference in Boston.
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The EAG Early Career Science Ambassador program is aimed at Early Career Scientists based in Europe who wish to attend conferences outside Europe (excluding the Goldschmidt conference). The program supports up to 6 scientists per year.
Supported scientists will have 50% of their expenses covered by EAG, up to 1500 Euros, and be viewed as EAG Ambassadors while attending the event. The next application deadline is 1 March. Find out more.