Bloom Fund Guidelines and Request Form (Word doc.)
The Arthur L. Bloom Fund for Geological Sciences Research and Education in the Pacific Region will stimulate and support research and education in the Pacific region*. It will support research on a wide variety of processes which drive the solid earth, the oceans, and the atmosphere. From geo- hazards to critical resources, the origin of mountains to the origin of mega-storms, from reading the geological record of ancient earth to forecasting meteorological threats to future earth, this fund is intended to allow geological scientists and students to use the latest technologies while traveling the Pacific region to probe our physical environment.
Donovan Family Scholarships are available to all students who are formally affiliated with degree programs sponsored by the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. The scholarships are to be used to encourage student participation in learning activities that add value to the student’s educational program. Examples include: participation in conferences, participation in field courses, travel to assist another student or faculty member in field research, participation in professional short courses, research projects conducted on-campus or off-campus that are not otherwise funded. Under current financial market conditions, it is possible to award three $500 scholarships per calendar year.
EAS Off Campus Policy (PDF)
Policy Statement: The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) and the Fields of Atmospheric
Sciences and of Geological Sciences expect and require all participants traveling on Cornell business
or activities to contribute to an environment of mutual respect, free from all forms of discrimination,
harassment, and retaliation.
Field Trip Hold Harmless Release Agreement (Word doc.)
Required form for participants on any EAS-sponsored field trip.
The Timothy Louis Gubbels Memorial Fund has been established to honor the memory of Dr. Tim Gubbels, who received his PhD at Cornell in 1993. Tim was an outstanding scientist who inspired all with his enthusiasm for the study of the Earth. Tim was also an outspoken supporter of our field offerings, particularly the Andes Field Program. Tim recognized that exposure to geoscience concepts while working as part of a team in the field is often a transforming experience for students. This fund will be used to help undergraduate majors in the Science of Earth Systems at Cornell and graduate students in the Field of Geological Sciences at Cornell to participate in programs that provide hands-on field practice as part of their training.
Invoice Cover Form (PDF)
COE CIS FTC Attach to Invoices, receipts, forms and submit to COE CIS Financial Transactions Center.
Send the completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than TWO DAYS prior to the date you need the poster. File to be printed should be saved as a pdf.
The Sid Kaufman Travel Fund (SKTF) is available to undergraduate majors specializing in geological sciences and graduate students in the field of geological sciences, who are presenting papers/posters, to attend the national meetings of the SEG, GSA, AAPG, or AGU within the conterminous 48 states of the U.S.
Student Travel Leave Request Form (Word doc.)
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM PRIOR TO ALL TRAVEL as documentation of business travel purpose for coverage under Cornell insurance policies and for emergency contact information for all travel away from campus.
Travel/Leave Request Form (Word doc.)
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM PRIOR TO ALL TRAVEL as documentation of business travel purpose for coverage under Cornell insurance policies and for emergency contact information for all travel away from campus. If you will be away for more than five working days, you must have approval from the Chair at least one week prior to departure date.