The American Association of Petroleum Geologists is the world’s largest geological group and strives for the advancement in geological technology and research while providing a wide variety of professional opportunities such as conferences, publications, and educational services. The University of Houston’s AAPG Student Chapter bridges the gap between professionals and UH geoscience students interested in careers in oil and gas exploration. UH AAPG hosts monthly meetings, guest lecturers from academia and industry, field trips, and other social activities that are geared toward promoting student involvement in petroleum geology. Meetings are held on campus and are open to students, faculty, and industry professionals.
SEG Wavelets is the University of Houston's SEG student chapter. It devoted to promoting education in geophysics. We work with professional organizations, industry professionals, University of Houston faculty, and other student organizations to bring those students educational, social, and possible future employment oppurtunities. Our organization is growing every year. This year we have taken another step forward by launching our website. This is just a springboard, however. It is because of this website, that we are able to provide you all the inforamtion that can be found here. We hope you find the site enjoyable and easy to navigate. The SEG Wavelets will continue working hard to bring you up to date inforamtion about our affiliated organizations, sponsors, events, and geophysical publications. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact us. Below is a list of our officers with links to their personal profiles and a some quick liinks to the many things that sets the SEG Wavelets apart from many other student organizations. Please feel free to browse our site, however, some of the material may require you to create an account with our organization.
We are a student chapter with the goal to serve the national American Meteorological Society (http://www.ametsoc.org). AMS is for any student with an interest in meteorology. Joining this chapter gives opportunity to interact with fellow classmates as well as working meteorologists.
If interested in joining or acquiring any information regarding our chapter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This year’s dues are $10 per semester or $15 for Fall and Spring 2015. Your dues will pay for meals for speakers, gas for field trips, and other perks during meetings or other activities.