Upcoming Field Trip –
Sand Hill Ecohydrology & Geology
29 October 2022

Register Here.
Registration is Open

The deadline to register is October 27, 2022. 

We are excited to host a Field Trip to the Sand Hill Scout Reserve and the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area, courtesy of ReNae Nowicki of EcoHydrologix. This is an opportunity to learn about the amazing geology and ecohydrology associated with some of the areas most beautiful wetlands and sinkholes! We’ll even be talking about some of the amazing plant-life that surrounds us.

There are additional trip details (including the meeting place and time) on the registration page. Please check back prior to the day of the event, in case any of these details change.

Participation is limited to SEGS members who have paid 2022 dues (and their guests) and geology students (become a member here). There are also only 25 slots available for this trip, due to restrictions on site at the Reserve.

Register Now


Student Members – Apply to the Funded Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Cave and Karst Science

The UROCKS (Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Cave and Karst Science) program is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in independent mentored research projects. These projects will involve one or more aspects of Cave and Karst Science, along with professional development workshops, karst science seminars, and social events.

The program is currently funded for three summers (2022-2024), and will host ten students each summer.

Please share with any students you know.

Learn more here: https://www.jmu.edu/geology/UROCKS/index.shtml


2020 Spring/Summer/Fall Newsletter

Headlines Include:

  • Message from the President
  • SEGS Welcomes New Junior Member Atlas
  • Update on Field Trips
  • Field Trip to the Peace River, November 23, 2019
  • Revenge of the Lake Wales Ridge Sand Pits, February 8, 2020
  • Fake Rocks: Ytong
  • Member Contributed Article: Höhlenperlen, “Cave Pearls”
  • SEGS Social Media
  • SEGS 2020 Student Research/Field Work Grant Award Opportunity
  • AAPG and GCAGS Updates
  • GeoGulf 2020 Lafayette – REGISTER NOW FOR PHYSICAL AND VIRTUAL GEOGULF 2020

Download the Newsletter:

pdfSEGS Newsletter Spring/Summer/Fall 2020 (3 MB)


Student Grant

For 2021, the Southeastern Geological Society has allocated awards of $1,000 for one undergraduate student and $2,000 for one graduate student. The purpose of the awards is to promote greater understanding of southeastern U.S. geology through student research and/or field work. Grants are available on an application merit basis to any student, undergraduate or graduate, enrolled at any accredited University or College in Florida, Georgia, or Alabama. Applications are now closed. Check back in 2022 for the 2022 application!

⇒ Apply online or download a paper application here!


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