Awards

The EESG is proud to sponsor five awards:

1. Earl Cook Award for Best Student Paper

2. EESG Dissertation Data & Field Work Award

  • Students are invited to submit applications for the EESG Dissertation Data & Field Work Award. A maximum of two awards of up to $500 each will be granted annually. Proposals are due March 1st 2021, and should be submitted to EESG Secretaries Dr. Gabriel Granco ggranco@cpp.edu or Dr. Thomas Ptak, tptak@uidaho.edu.

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3. EESG AAG Student Travel Awards

  • This award will not be offered in 2021 as the AAG meeting will be held virtually. When the meetings resume in-person activities, the award will be offered again.

4. Professional Geographer Award

  • The award will be given based on a review of published papers in peer reviewed journals, which will be nominated for consideration by the EESG community. Please send to nominations to Dr. Anthony Levenda (anthonylevenda@ou.edu) by February 15th 2021. Please include the following in your nomination:

        • A PDF copy of the paper

        • A brief paragraph explaining why you are nominating the paper with reference to the criteria outlined above

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5. New Award! Advancing Diversity and Inclusion Award

  • The objective of this award is to advance diversity and promote inclusion and interest in the field of Energy Geography. Nominations and applications should be sent to Dr. Anthony Levenda (AnthonyLevenda@ou.edu) by March 1st, 2021.

        • To apply or nominate someone for the award, simply include the following details of the individual: complete name, contact email address, and a short nomination statement. The nomination statement should be 100-250 words that describe how you (or the individual nominated) would contribute to the inclusion and increased representation of underrepresented groups within the EESG and detail your/their (proposed) contributions to energy geographies.

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6. Luten Award

  • This award is given for outstanding lifetime achievement in advancing energy geography research, on an ad hoc basis based on the recommendation of the EESG community and leadership.