Gamma Theta Upsilon

The International Geographical Honor Society


GTU Announcements

December, 2015: Volume 55-2 of The Geographical Bulletin is now online.

November, 2015: Issue 12 of the GTU Quarterly Newletter is now available on our Newsletter page.

September, 2015: The GTU office has moved and initiate reports can now be submitted to the new address as stated on the printed form here.

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AAG/GTU Travel Award Application

The AAG/GTU Travel Award provides support for student members of GTU to attend the national annual AAG meeting.  A limited number of $200 awards are available with preference to geography undergraduate and graduate students who are attending an AAG meeting for the first time and who will serve as an author or co-author on a paper or poster being presented at the meeting.

Note that a limited number of travel awards are available.  You will be notified by email if you are selected.  Checks must be picked up at the GTU booth at the meeting's exhibit hall.   

The application is due by February 8, 2016.



All fields required

City  State/Province Zip/Postcode
College/university you presently attend:
College/university where you were initiated into GTU:
Year of initiation into GTU:

Undergraduate student
Graduate Student in a master's program
Graduate Student in a doctoral program

Please check all of the following that  apply:

Are you registered for the AAG meeting?    Yes         No
(Note: you must be registered to receive a travel award, please register before submitting this form)


Is this your first attending a national AAG meeting?

 Yes, this will be my first time attending         No, I have attended before


Are you an author or co author of a paper being presented at the meeting?

 Yes, I am an author or coauthor        No, I am not an author or coauthor

Title of paper/poster:
Program identification Number if presenting:
Briefly explain in a statement of no more than 250 words what activities and events you plan to participate in at the AAG meeting and why attending the AAG meeting is important to you personally and/or professionally:

To help reduce automated nuisance submissions, please enter 'gamma' here:



Please make you check for payment out to Gamma Theta Upsilon and mail to:

Dr. Richard A. Earl,
GTU Omega Omega Chair,
Department of Geography,
Texas State University,
601 University Dr.,
San Marcos, TX 78666-4684

Your application will be considered when payment is received.
Please indicate clearly on your check the reason for the payment.