SEG Foundation General Scholarship

In 1956, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists began a program of encouraging the establishment of scholarship funds by companies and individuals engaged or interested in the field of geophysics. Currently, more than 75 scholarship funds provide awards for approximately 150 students, helping SEG connect, inspire and propel the people and science of geophysics.


To be eligible for consideration, a student must be a high school senior planning to enter college next fall or an undergraduate or graduate student with above average grades. All applicants must be pursuing degrees in applied geophysics or closely related fields. In addition, qualified applicants will possess an interest in and an aptitude for geosciences, physics, mathematics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences.

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