We are happy to announce an exciting lineup for 2022! With a new year comes a renewed hope we will return to some sense of normal and a return to in-person gatherings. We were hoping to begin in-person meetings in late 2021, but varying mandates and the rise of the omicron variant led us to postpone any in-person meetings to Spring of 2022 (a million thanks to Dave Simpson for being so flexible so he could be our first in-person presentation in two years).
January 19 – 2021-2022 Jahns Distinguished Lecturer, Rick Wooten (virtual)
March 8 – A Joint Meeting with SFGI, Edmund Medley (virtual)
April May 7 – Field Trip to Mt Diablo led by Bruce Pauly
May 10 – Dave Simpson (at Drake’s Dealership)
June 14 – AEG President, Maddie German (in-person)
It is with a sad heart that AEG announces the passing in early July of one of our strongest supporters and AEG Association Past President, Dr. John W. Williams.
Dr. Williams was an active AEG member of the San Francisco Section/Chapter, professor of engineering geology and Department Chair at San Jose State University (1976 – 2010), and former AEG National President (1988). Dr. Williams also served as the Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG) President and a founding Officer and President of the Engineering Geology Foundation (1996), now the AEG Foundation.
Additional information on Dr. Williams will be shared during our Annual Meeting in San Antonio and future issues of the AEG News and EEG Journal.
Memorial Donation for John Williams
To honor John Williams’ service to our profession, AEG, and the AEG Foundation, John’s wife has requested in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the AEG Foundation. The intent of the donations would be to fund existing scholarships for geology students.
You can use this link https://www.aegfoundation.org/donate/index.php to donate on the AEG’s Foundation page. Go to the Greatest Need/Memorial Fund line, enter the “Gift Amount.” Check the “anonymous” box if you wish to be anonymous to the public. At the “frequency” box select your desired frequency. In the “Made in Memory/Honor of” box, enter John Williams. Then, provide your payment information.