Welcome back Fall! I have to admit, I am definitely liking the energy levels around the oil patch these days… people seem to be working & playing hard. One group that deserves a mention for going above and beyond for their community are the 437 Nexen employees that shattered a Guinness record on September 28th for the “world’s largest gathering of people dressed as Superman” to kick off their United Way campaign “Be a Superhero!”. Google Nexen and Superman if you would like to check it out for yourselves: pretty impressive… and entertaining if you can spot a friend in the muscle suits.
CSEG Outreach: University of Saskatchewan
Attention Saskatoon and area CSEG members:
The CSEG University Outreach Committee would like to invite you to attend the University of Saskatchewan Ambassador Event. The UofS Geophysics Undergraduate Society will host the CSEG on campus, October 28, 2011. There will be a presentation beginning at 4:00pm by Lee Hunt at the UofS in GEOL 155 covering “Quantitative Interpretation and the New Geophysics”. Following this, there will be a social/networking time with the first few drinks on the CSEG at Browsers on campus starting at 5:00pm.
We would like to invite you to come and join us at this event to allow the students to network and to bring awareness of the geoscience employment opportunities that exist in Saskatoon. We ask you to consider attending to make this outreach event a success in bringing more awareness to the UofS geophysics community and to have the opportunity to enrich the experience of the students by sharing your knowledge about careers in geophysics and the CSEG. Please RSVP to Dawson Holloway at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can attend.
2012 CSEG Family Ski Spree
The 2012 CSEG Family Ski Spree committee would like to invite you and your family to the 45th Annual CSEG Family Ski Spree!
This year’s Ski Spree takes place: February 24 – 26, 2012. Registration will open November 14, 2011 at 8:00am.
The CSEG Family Ski Spree is an extremely popular event, to ensure your placement please note the following: Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Applications are only accepted when accompanied by full payment for registration. Hotel Reservation will be made by the committee, on your behalf. Please ensure you include your room reservation sheet with your application and registration payment.
Mark your calendars early – this is an event you won’t want to miss out on!
The 2012 CSEG Family Ski Spree Committee
The CJEG has Returned!
The CSEG is pleased to announced after approving to reinstate the Canadian Journal of Exploration Geophysics (CJEG) one year ago, the publishing of its first issue since 1999 (online format only). This issue is currently available to you as a member benefit and is only accessible online by current members of the CSEG.
Simply go to http://members.cseg.ca/. From there you will require to use your login and password to obtain the files. If you have misplaced or forgot your login, password or both, contact the CSEG at 403-262-0015 and we will provide your login and re-set your password.
Thanks to Larry Lines and Satinder Chopra (co-Editors) and their contributors for bringing this journal back to us!
Honorary Address 2011: Fire and Ice
Join the CSPG, CSEG and APEGGA for the 2011 Honorary Address!
Join us Wednesday, November 2nd at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium to hear from two specialists, Dr. Catherine Hickson and Mr. Jeff Bond, in the fields of volcanology and geomorphology as they explore earthly extremes with: FIRE + ICE Adapting to Planetary Change: The 2011 Honorary Address.
Adults: $15 advance, $20 at the door
Students: $5 advance, $10 at the door
Children 12 & under: Free
Doors open at 6pm and the talk begins at 7pm. Please visit the CSEG, CSPG or APEGGA websites for additional registration information.