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Chapter: St. Louis

Please visit www.aegstl.org for more information.


2017 Earthquake Insight Field Trip is tentatively planned for the weekend of Friday afternoon, March 31, through Sunday afternoon, April 2. Contact Phyllis Steckel (psteckel@charter.net) for more information. Starts in Cahokia, IL, near St. Louis.

2017 Civil War & Geology Field Trip is tentatively planned for the fall of 2017 (a little over a year from now. Contact George Davis (notrenchgeology@yahoo.com) or Phyllis Steckel (psteckel@charter.net) for more information or to offer to help.

Officers

Chair:
Phyllis Steckel
email
W:636-239-4013
Vice-Chair:
Stephanie Kline-Tissi
(Interim)
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Secretary:
Jessie Goodwin (Interim)
email
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Treasurer:
Jon Truesdale
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Past Officer:
Dale Markley
W:314-971-6555

About The Chapter

The St. Louis Chapter strives to continually educate and connect professionals, students, and the public in a unique region that encompasses karst, alluvial, glacial, and seismically actives areas as well as active and historical mining. In many places these topics overlap and interact with each other creating unique and varied engineering and environmental situations.

Students and Educators

The St. Louis Chapter works with educators and students in Missouri and Illinois. If you are interested in having a professional speak in the classroom (any age group) or know of a student interested in job shadowing, please do not hesitate to contact any of the officers. Currently, we have one Student Chapter in our Section at Missouri University of Science & Technology (Formerly University of Missouri-Rolla). For more information on the Chapter, please visit their page. (Click link below to webpage) We encourage students at other universities within the St. Louis Chapter to start your own Student Chapter. Our officers would be pleased to meet with you and your fellow students to get you started!

Missouri University of Science & Technology (Formerly Univ. of Missouri-Rolla) Student Chapter (Rolla, MO)
For more information about the Missouri Univ. of Science & Technology Student Chapter go to the Student Chapter web page.

Past Meetings and Activities

June 2011 Meeting Announcement
January 2012 Meeting Announcement
February 2012 Meeting Announcement
March 2012 Meeting Announcement
April 2012 - 2011-2012 Richard Jahns Lecturer, Dr. Scott Burns
Cataclysms on the Columbia, the Great Missoula Flood
Engineering Geology Challenges on the Cascadia Margin, Pacific Northwest
September 2012 Meeting Announcement
October 2012 Meeting Announcement
November 2012 meeting announcement
March 2013 Meeting Announcement
April 2013 Meeting Announcement
May 2013 Section Newsletter
September 2013 Meeting Announcement
October 2013 Meeting Announcement
November 2013 Meeting Announcement
December 2013 Meeting Announcement
February 2014 Meeting Announcement

Chapter Newsletters

May 2011 Section News
June 2011 Section News
August 2011 Newsletter
December 2011 Newsletter

February 2012 Newsletter
March 2012 Section Newsletter
April 2012 Section Newsletter
August 2012 Section Newsletter
September 2012 Section Newsletter
January 2013 Newsletter
February 2013 Newsletter
March 2013 Section Newsletter
April 2013 Section Newsletter
May 2013 Section Newsletter
September 2013 Newsletter
October 2013 Newsletter
November 2013 Newsletter
December 2013 Newsletter
February 2014 Newsletter
April 2014 Newsletter
May 2014 Section Newsletter
September 2014 Newsletter
November 2014 Newsletter
January 2015 Newsletter
April 2015 Newsletter
August 2015 Newsletter
September 2015 Newsletter
October 2015 Newsletter

Chapter Sponsors

These companies have supported the efforts of the St. Louis Chapter of AEG this past year. Please thank them for their support.



 














 



 

Chapter News
WE NEED YOUR PHOTOS
  • This year we are trying to update our booth with new and more relevent pictures of three topics:
    • Earthquake damage and dangers (ex. liquifaction, buildings failures, fissures)
    • Methods that engineers use to mitigate dangers (ex. geophysical studies, retrofitting of bridges and buildings)
    • Activities the public can participate in to prepare for an earthquake (ex. tie down water heaters, use flexible connectors for gas lines, etc)
  • Send pictures to Anna Saindon (rmsain@gmail.com) and feel free to include descriptions and stories.
Upcoming Events
St. Louis Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
St. Louis Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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  September 15-23, 2018  
61st AEG Annual Meeting
13th IAEG Congress
  Hyatt Regency San Francisco
San Francisco, California

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