William R. Dickinson Award


The Dickinson Medal Award
 
The SEPM Council is adding a new Medal Award for ‘mid-career’ geoscientists and in doing so has made some adjustments to the existing awards. 
 
Description: for recognition of a mid-career research geoscientist who is significantly influencing the sedimentary geology community with innovative work; with a track record of impactful publications, pioneering approaches and the establishment of an influential research program. Contributions to major shifts in scientific thinking, via original and innovative data generation, tools, and analyses, which help solve broad geological questions are hallmarks of a Dickinson Medal awardee.
The Award is named in honor of William R. Dickinson (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_R._Dickinson), a sedimentologist, but his success and “fame” was achieved through integration of sedimentological analysis into numerous areas of research. He was a true pioneer in terms of using sedimentological data to solve problems related to tectonics and basin analysis. Bill was a true giant and it would be an honor for any person to be recognized with his medal from the SEPM.
 
Nominee Criteria:
• Must be > 5 and < 20 years from their PhD (or equivalent degree).
• Must have shown the necessary innovation and impact as described above.
• Nominations will last for three years and can be renewed until the candidate no longer meets the criteria.
 
 
Now accepting nominations!
 

Any additional nomination materials should be sent to:
Hayley Cooney
Membership Coordinator

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