Letter from the President

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Review past letters from the President below.

Headline Source
HGS is Reaching Out<br>Craig M. Dingler, HGS President 2003-2004 October 1, 2003 HGS Bulletin, October 2003

How has the public's view of geologists changed since Sir Walter Scott wrote these words about the Edinburgh geologists who came to visit St.

From the President - March, 2005 February 28, 2005 HGS Bulletin - March, 2005

Declining Science Education Puts Nation at Riskby Steve LevineIs the United States losing its edge in science education? Science graduates from U.S. universities decrease each year.

President's Letter - April, 2005 April 1, 2005 HGS Bulletin - April, 2005

by Steve Levine,president@hgs.orgHGS Bulletin From the President April, 2005  Our Society Is Like a CourtbouillonCourtbouillon (coo-be-yon)

President''s Letter - May, 2005 May 1, 2005 HGS Bulletin -- May, 2005

Support of Our Geoscience Professors

Looking Back on the Year -- Well, Done, Members, Well Done June 1, 2005 HGS Bulletin -- June,2005

Looking Back at the Year -
Well Done Members, Well Done

Myths, Half-Truths and Other Bits of Trivia March 29, 2006 Paul Britt

Myths, Half-Truths and Other Bits of Trivia I had hoped to debunk a few myths about the oil industry this month.

Business Ethics—Do No Harm June 2, 2006 Paul Britt

Presidents Column May 2006 Bulletin Business Ethics—Do No Harm The Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling trial is in full swing, and by the time this letter is published, the trial may be reso

World Awash in Oil? January 23, 2007 Steve Brachman

I sincerely hope that the holiday season was kind to everyone, full of joy, good health, and happiness.

February 2007 President's Letter February 1, 2007 Steve Brachman

Thanks to All Our Volunteers
by Steve Brachman

Thanks to All Our Volunteers February 7, 2007 Steve Brachman

Thanks to All Our Volunteers