GALYN ADAMS, University of Oklahoma: Veterans Memorial Scholarship
Timing of dolomitizing fluids in zebra dolomite bodies in Nevada’s Basin and Range Province

SCYLLER BORGUM, South Dakota School of Mines and Geology; Gary Babcock Memorial Scholarship
Pierre Shale: poroelastic behavior characterization through novel permeability and tensile strength testing

ANDREW CANADA, University of Idaho: Gary Babcock Memorial Scholarship
High-elevation lake basins in Nevada: implication for topographic and hydrologic reconstruction of the Cordilleran hinterland

ALESANDER CHENEY, Colorado School of Mines; Colorado School of Mines Scholarship
Reservoir and seal distribution in a low-net gross tidally influences shelf system, El Vado/Tocito/Gallup Sandstone intervals, San Juan basin, New Mexico

CODY DUCKWORTH, Colorado College, Colorado Springs; Philip J. McKenna Memorial Scholarship.
Consequences of fault initiation on sandstone injectites in the Cheyenne Mountain area, Colorado

FISHER HAZEN, Colorado College, Colorado Springs; Philip J. McKenna Memorial Scholarship;
Terrestrial records of early Eocene hyperthermals from the Piceance Creek basin

STEVEN LEVESQUE, New Mexico State University. Veterans Memorial Scholarship
Evaluating the magnetic evolution of the McCartys flow, west-central New Mexico

Edward Matheson, University of Nebraska; Gary Babcock Memorial Scholarship
Sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Phosphoria rock complex in the Bighorn basin, Wyoming: implication for paleoceanography and paleoclimate

ALEXANDRA RACOSKY, Colorado State University: Colorado State University Scholarship
Alteration geometries of a multiphase system and implications for the presence of porphyry root, Harrison Pass pluton, Nevada

REBEKAH SIMON, University of Colorado; Norman H. Foster Memorial Scholarship
Characterizing residual migrated hydrocarbons and their role in porosity evaluation 

DEREK WELLER, University of Colorado, Boulder: Dudley and Marion Bolyard/University of Colorado Scholarship
Characterizing the climatic and environmental changes across the end of the Cretaceous mass extinction into earliest Paleocene time in the Rocky Mountain region

ELIZABETH WILSON, Colorado School of Mines; Stone/Hollberg Memorial Scholarship
The structural evolution of the Hamilton Creek/Dry Creek anticline and its relationship to the southeast termination of the Paradox Valley, southwest Colorado