Grammer to lecture throughout North America
April 14, 2003
KALAMAZOO -- G. Michael Grammer, an associate professor of geosciences at Western Michigan University, has been named a 2003 Distinguished Lecturer for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
A total of five to seven lecturers are chosen annually from the 35,000-member association for this honor. During his lecture tour of North America, Grammer will travel around the nation and to Mexico to talk about "Predicting the Distribution and Geometry of Carbonate Platform Reservoir: Insights from the Integration of Modern and Outcrop Analogs."
He will speak to the following institutions and groups: Southern Methodist University; Oklahoma State University; Tulsa Geological Society; University of Kansas; Kansas Geological Survey; Montana Geological Society; Utah Geological Society; University of Colorado; Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia; SUNY Stony Brook; West Virginia University; Pittsburg Geological Society; University of Wisconsin; Michigan Basin Geological Society; Michigan Technological University; University of Miami; Asociacion Mexicana de Geologos Petroleros in Poza Rica and Villahermosa, Mexico; and Pemex, the National Petroleum Company in Mexico City.
Grammer joined the WMU faculty in September 2002.
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