Geo-Institute Student Participation Fund-Individuals
G I PAST-PRESIDENT KAVAZANJIAN OFFERS MATCHING GIFT TO SUPPORT THE STUDENT PARTICIPATION FUND
In honor of the Geo-Institute’s 25th anniversary, G-I Past President Ed Kavazanjian, Jr, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE, Dist.M.ASCE, NAE, will match up to a total of $125,000 in contributions to the Geo-Institute Student Participation Fund.
The Student Participation Fund helps geotechnical engineering students attend Geo-Congress, supports regional and national student competitions, and more!
**New for 2021 – the Geo-Institute 96 Club!**
In celebration of the life and legacy of Karl Terzaghi, we invite you to support the Student Participation Fund by joining the Geo-Institute’s 96 Club, named after 1996, the year the Geo-Institute was founded. Become a member by contributing $96 below.
Every year you are a member of the 96 Club you will receive that year’s members-only thank you gift from the Geo-Institute. This year, the Geo-Institute inaugural 96 Club gift celebrates the life and legacy of Karl Terzaghi with a bobblehead statuette of Dr. Terzaghi! The statuette, which stands around 6” high, is exclusive to the Geo-Institute and sculpted to their specifications. You’ll also receive a 96 Club membership pin from the Geo-Institute.
Support the Geo-Institute’s Students During our Silver Anniversary Year!
Please donate to the Student Fund today. To thank you for your contribution, we are pleased to offer the following gifts:
- Supporter - $25 and up: commemorative 25th-anniversary Geo-Institute pin
- Booster - $250 and up: 25th anniversary G-I polo shirt and commemorative 25th-anniversary Geo-Institute pin
- President’s Circle - $2,500 and up: your name in an issue of GEOSTRATA on the list of contributors to the Student Participation Fund, 25th-anniversary G-I polo shirt, and commemorative 25th-anniversary Geo-Institute pin
Thank you for supporting the next generation of geotechnical engineers! G-I staff will be in contact with you to discuss your Silver Anniversary Year thank you gift.
Please view the Geo-Institutes website for any additional information.