Global Award

Information on the award

You can apply for the Journal of Structural Geology Student Award if you are younger than 35, and if the research presented in your paper is or has been carried out during the study for a BSc, MSc, PhD or similar degree. The paper must be submitted before or within one year of completion of the degree for which the research was carried out. The paper must have been written primarily by the student, based on their own research, and have only the minimum necessary input from supervisors. The student should be the senior or sole author of the paper.

The Award has been made every year since 2008.

Journal of Structural Geology

Winners

Previous Recipients

Student Award 2015: Luca Clemenzi Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2014: Natalie Farrell Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2013: John Singleton Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2012: Matej Pec Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2011: Matthew A. Massey Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2010: Thomas M. Mitchell Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2009: Rubén Díez Fernández Read the announcementRead the article
Student Award 2008: Walter A. Sullivan Read the announcementRead the article

Application Process

If you wish to be considered for the Journal of Structural Geology Student Award, please state this in your cover letter and give the following information when you submit your paper to the journal via EES:

  • Degree program for which the research was conducted
  • Date of completion of the degree
  • Name and email of supervisor(s)

Submissions are made at any time of the year and during the Summer the editors select papers that meet the criteria and then create a shortlist before selecting a winner.

Award and Ceremony

Certificate and plaque awarded at the end of each year.