Letter from the President
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|A World of Technical Programs and the New High School Earth Science Curriculum||September 30, 2008||October 2008 HGS Bulletin||
After months of planning, the GCAGS/GSA Joint meeting has arrived. I encourage you to attend this unique meeting, which takes place at the George R.
|November 2008 President’s Letter||October 28, 2008||November 2008 HGS Bulletin||
|December 2008 President's Letter||December 1, 2008||December 2008 HGS Bulletin||
Recently, the HGS completed an audit of our books. I am pleased to be able to say that the HGS is fiscally sound.
|Cyclicity and Long-Term Demand-January 2009 From the President||December 30, 2008||January 2009 HGS Bulletin||
Cyclicity is not only a concept in coastal sedimentary deposits or long-term climate change; it appears once again in a dramatic fashion in the pricing of oil and gas.
|HGS Top Ten from the President||January 29, 2009||February 2009 HGS Bulletin||
|From the President March 2009||March 6, 2009||March 2009 HGS Bulletin||
|May 2009 From The President||May 7, 2009||May 2009 HGS Bulletin||
Creativity, Experience, and Enthusiasm
|Many Thanks For a Great Year!||June 3, 2009||Kara Bennett HGS President||
We’ve come to the end of another HGS year, and it has been a good one. The HGS runs on volunteers, and I would like to thank everyone who has worked with us this year for being part of it.
|From the President- January 2010||January 16, 2010||Gary Coburn||
2010: A Year of Opportunity
|From the President- February 2010||February 15, 2010||Gary Coburn||
Statistics and the Box—Inside or Out