Monday, May 31, 2021

Announcing the New GBGM Division Logo

Hi GBGM Division Members,

We are excited to announce the new division logo! After the 2020 logo vote, the winning submission was tweaked to fit the GSA logo rules and we are now ready to unveil our new logo!

Here is the beautiful new logo design!

If you like it, you can buy some sweet GBGM Merchandise at our Redbubble Store!

And here is the new logo with the various GSA logo set-ups.

This version is also in the Redbubble Store!

So who designed our gorgeous new logo? Meet Ichiko Sugiyama (she/her), you can find her on Twitter @FerrousChiko. Ichiko is from Japan, and she is a Ph.D. candidate at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Currently, her research focuses on constraining metal and nutrient cycling in the Precambrian ocean. Ichiko dedicates her spare time to outreach work through different organizations (GSA, EGU, and EAG). She is also a co-founder of 'Rock Archive' (in collaboration with Dr. Kärt Paiste), which helps communicate Earth History to the public ( If you would like to learn more about her work, please visit her webpage at:

Thursday, May 6, 2021

GSA Opportunities for Science Policy and Communication

 Are you interested in the way science policy is developed or passionate about improving science communication? 

 The Geological Society of America is offering a fellowship in science policy and a fellowship in science communication. Application deadlines for each will be closing this month so apply soon! 


GSA Science Policy Fellowship

Spend a year in Washington, D.C., furthering efforts to bring scientists and their work into the policy process. Help keep GSA members informed, involved, and represented in areas related to research funding, energy & natural resources, climate change, and natural hazard mitigation & response. Open to early-career geoscience graduates.

Deadline: 15 May

Apply Now


GSA Science Communication Fellowship

Candidates who are passionate about science communication can tailor their knowledge and skills for communicating geoscience and its value to society. This ten-month, non-residential fellowship offers the chance to gain experience and professional contacts while working in concert with GSA communications and member leaders. 

Deadline: 31 May 

Apply Now