John C. Jamieson Student Paper Award
Established in 2015, the John C. Jamieson Student Paper Award is given annually to one or more AGU Mineral and Rock Physics Section student members and promotes the memory of John Calhoun Jamieson, formerly Professor of Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago, and the contributions that he’s made to the field of mineral physics research.
This award is granted to a student from the Mineral and Rock Physics Section community who has published the most outstanding paper in the field of high-pressure and high-temperature research in the previous year.
In order to be considered by the selection committee, nominations should be received by before April 15. As this award specifically recognizes scientific achievements during student research, eligibility is restricted to current undergraduate and Ph.D. students.
Nominations should include a letter of support from an advisor, the research paper, a curriculum vitae, and a 500-word blog post.
*Submit nominations online*