Attention: Undergraduates interested in geoscience (or allied disciplines):

26 October 2018

Please consider applying for our National Science Foundation-funded International Research Experiences for Students program “Landscapes of Deep Time in the Red Earth of France— Research Training in Paleoclimate.”

This program involves four weeks of geological (sedimentological) fieldwork in France from late May through June 2019. It is fully-funded (in addition to a $2500 stipend), and is open to current U.S. undergraduates in geoscience (or allied) disciplines. Preference will be given to undergraduates from underserved groups (we especially encourage applications from students of Native American heritage, and from those who are first-generation college students), and students interested in geology (especially those interested in sedimentology, fieldwork, paleoclimate).

For details about the program and how to apply, visit this website

Deadline for applications is Feb-1 2019. Please don’t hesitate to contact Lily Pfeifer with any questions (

Dr. Gerilyn (Lynn) S. Soreghan (PI)

David L. Boren Professor
Director, and Eberly Chair

Lily S. Pfeifer
Ph.D Student


School of Geology and Geophysics
University of Oklahoma
100 East Boyd Street
Norman, OK 73019