Letter from the President

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Review past letters from the President below.

Headline Source
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

 
Landing on our feet

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

 
As members of the HGS, we often see only a part of what theorganization does, so I decided to take the next couple ofcolumns to list it all out.

From the President March 2009 March 6, 2009 March 2009 HGS Bulletin

 
Last month I listed the first half of the HGS top ten. Now for the rest, some items which are less well-known:

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