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field station alumni and benefactors

Faculty, AIs and Students 2000–2010

Faculty 1947–2003

AIs 1949–2002

Students 1949–1999

As alumni of the Field Station you belong to an elite group! We would like to have your current contact information. If you have ever attended a course at the IU Geology Field Station please take a moment to update your records here.

Field Station Benefactors

Our scholarships, endowments, fellowships, and capital campaigns are made possible by generous contributions from our alumni and friends. Below the lists of donors are descriptions of the Field Station scholarship and endowment accounts and how your contributions are put to work every year.

In these lists are the names of all the people who have supported the Field Station endowments for the past 5 years. The donors in years 1999-2010 are located here: PDF

PDF Appenheimer, Alpheus and Sharon M.
Baker, Kate
Baker, Jack and Carolyn S.
Balthasar, Lawrence
Blakely, Robert and Rosanna L.
Bomberger, Harvey
Bubb, John and Janet J.
Carlson, Christopher and Martha
Cody, Clyde and Elizabeth S.
Compton, Steve and Caroline
Darko, David and Jill B.
Dean, Claude
Degenstein, Joel and Rachel
Earle, Ralph
Fertal, Thomas
Gerdenich, Michael and Ina Hanel-Gerdenich
Gorham, Susan and Scott
Guzman, Humberto and Joyce
Hadley, Ann and Scott
Hamilton, Stanley and Mary E.
Handschy, James and Karen
Harms, Tekla
Harvey, Richard and Jenny S.
Hasenmueller, Walter and Nancy
Hervi Hughes, Paulette and Hughes, William D.
Holm, Melody and Stan
Jenner, Gordon
Kemmerer, Bryan
Kersten, William and Deiggers, Timothy K.
Koch, Philip
Lake, Ellen
Lazor, Barbara and J. David
Leininger, Sasanne and Steven
Leon, R.R. and Sandy
Maples, Christopher and Sara Marcus Maples
May, Michael and Elizabeth
Millholland, Madelyn Motzel, Paula and Bryan C.
Nicholson, Howard
Oslund, Raelene and Jeffery S.
Pickering, Ranard
Ploger, Sheila
Preston, James
Ripley, Edward and Kathleen I.
Straw, William and Odessa M.
Sukup, James and Mary
Tarbuck, Edward
Titcomb, Blake
Towell, Lindsay
Turpin, Karon
Walker, Jerome
Wang, Margaret
Wirth, Donald
Young, Steven and Margretta

PDF Baker, Kate
Baker, Jack and Carolyn S.
Balthasar, Lawrence
Blakely, robert and Rosanna L.
Bomberger, Harvey
Boyce, Robert and Elizabeth M.
Bubb, John and Janet J.
Callis, Anne and Joseph G.
Carlson, Christopher and Martha
Carpenter, Michael and Cheryl L.
Cody, Clyde and Elizabeth S.
Cook, Jeffrey and Theresa
Crisp, Edward and Sowards, Susan
Darko, David and Jill B.
Dean, Claude
Degenstein, Joel and Rachel
Fertal, Thomas
Gerdenich, Michael and Ina Hanel-Gerdenich
Goldschmidt, Bruno and Eileen R.
Gorham, Susan and Scott
Guzman, Humberto and Joyce
Hadley, Ann and Scott
Hamilton, Stanley and Mary E.
Handschy, James and Karen
Hasenmueller, Walter and Nancy
Hervi Hughes, Paulette and Hughes, William D.
Holm, Melody and Stan
Immega, Inda and Neal T.
Jackson, Jay and Waugh, Barbara J.
Jenner, Gordon
Kemmerer, Bryan
Kersten, William and Driggers, Timothy K.
Lake, Ellen
Lazor, Barbara and J. David
Leininger, Susanne and Steven
Leon, R.R. and Sandy
Lieser, Michael
Maples, Christopher and Sara Marcus Maples
May, Michael and Elizabeth
Mead, Virginia and John S.
Millholland, Madelyn and Lowry, Warren
Nellist, William and Catherine C.
Oslund, Raelene and Jeffery S.
Pickering, Ranard
Ploger, Sheila
Reid, Robert
Ripley, Edward and Kathleen I.
Robbins, Janice and Eric
Shorb, William and Lisa M.
Sonntag, Jean and Mark S.
Sukup, James and Mary
Tarbuck, Edward
Townsend, Margaret
Turpin, Karon
Wang, Margaret
Weidman, Eleanor
Wilson, Daniel and Joyce M.
Wirth, Donald
Young, Steven and Margretta H.
Youngflesh, James

PDF Baker, Kate
Baker, Jack and Carolyn S.
Balthasar, Lawrence
Blakely, Robert and Rosanna L.
Bomberger, Harvey
Boyce, Robert and Elizabeth M.
Bubb, John and Janet J.
Callis, Anne and Joseph G.
Carlson, Christopher and Martha
Carpenter, Michael and Cheryl L.
Cook, Jeffrey and Theresa
Crisp, Edward and Sowards, Susan
Darko, David and Jill B.
Degenstein, Joel and Rachel
Duncan, Julie and Mack S.
Earle, Ralph
Fertal, Thomas
Gerdenich, Michael and Ina Hanel-Gerdenich
Goldschmidt, Bruno and Eileen R.
Gorham, Susan and Scott
Greeley, David
Guzman, Humberto and Joyce
Hadley, Ann and Scott
Hamilton, Stanley and Mary E.
Handschy, James and Karen
Hanley, Thomas and Judith
Hervi Hughes, Paulette and Hughes, William D.
Hieshima, Glenn and Suzanne Kairo
Holm, Stan and Melody
Huffman, Samuel and Midge
Immega, Inda and Neal T.
Jackson, Jay and Waugh, Barbara J.
Jenner, Gordon
Jones, Laura
Kemmerer, Bryan
Klusman, Sharon
Koch, Philip
Kohler, Christopher and Rouse, Sherry
Lake, Ellen
Lazor, Barbara and J. David
Leininger, Susanne and Steven
Leon, R.R. and Sandy
Leonard, Mark and Kimberly H.
Lesher, Carl
Lieser, Michael
May, Michael and Elizabeth
Mead, Virginia and John S.
Millholland, Madelyn and Lowry, Warren
Nellist, Bill and Catherine C.
Nicholson, Howard
Oslund, Raelene and Jeffery S.
Pickering, Ranard
Ploger, Sheila
Riggs, Kenton and Jane Powell
Ripley, Edward and Kathleen I.
Robbins, Janice and Eric
Rutland, Carolyn
Smith, James
Sonntag, Jean and Mark S.
Stafford, Marie and Rodney K.
Sterrett, Robert and Renate B.
Sukup, James and Mary
Tarbuck, Edward
Thornburg, Janet
Townsend, Margaret
Turpin, Karon
Wang, Margaret
Whitesides, Dietrich and Caroline
Wirth, Donald
Young, Steven and Margretta H.

PDF Baker, Jack and Carolyn S.
Balthasar, Lawrence
Blakely, Robert and Rosanna L.
Bomberger, Harvey
Boyce, Robert and Elizabeth M.
Bratton, Gregory
Bubb, John and Janet J.
Callis, Anne and Joseph G.
Carlson, Christopher and Martha
Carpenter, Michael and Cheryl L.
Cody, Clyde and Elizabeth S.
Cook, Jeffrey and Theresa
Darko, David and Jull B.
Degenstein, Joel and Rachel
Delph, Bryan and Melanie
Duncan, Julie and Mack S.
Ferry, James and Jean
Fertal, Thomas
Goldschmidt, Bruno and Eileen R.
Gorham, Susan and Scott
Greeley, David
Guzman, Humberto and Joyce
Hadley, Ann and Scott
Hamilton, Stanley and Mary E.
Handschy, James and Karen
Hanley, Thomas and Judith
Harmon, Lynn and William
Harvey, Richard and Jenny S.
Hasenmueller, Walter and Nancy
Hays, Mary
Hervi Hughes, Paulette and Hughes, William D.
Hieshima, Glenn and Suzanne Kairo
Holm, Stan and Melody
Huffman, Samuel and Midge
Ingersoll, Raymond
Jackson, Jay and Waugh, Barbara J.
Jenner, Gordon
Karasevich, Lawrence and Ellen Richter
Kayes, Douglas and Karen L.
Klusman, Sharon and Ronald W.
Koch, Philip
Kring, David
Leininger, Susanne and Steven
Leon, R.R. and Sandy
Leonard, Mark and Kimberly H.
Lieser, Michael
Litehiser, Joe and Linda
Maples, Christopher and Sara Marcus
May, Michael and Elizabeth
McDevitt, Patrick and Dorothy
Mead, Virginia and John S.
Millholland, Madelyn and Lowry, Warren
Moore, Marcia and Donald W.
Morganwalp, Jill and David W.
Nellist, Bill and Catherine C.
Njau, Jackson and Vanrooy, Angela L.
Noel, Julie and John R.
Oslund, Raelene and Jeffery S.
Pickering, Ranard
Ploger, Sheila
Plymate, Tom and Lynda M.
Reid, Robert
Ripley, Edward and Kathleen I.
Robbins, Janice and Eric
Serne, Dennis
Sieverding, Jayne
Smith, James
Sterrett, Robert and Renate B.
Stigall, Justin
Sukup, James and Mary
Suttner, Lee
Szpakowski, Sally and James
Tarbuck, Edward
Taylor, Lawrence and Dong-Hwa E.
Thornburg, Janet
Tinker, Scott and Allyson A.
Townsend, Margaret
Turpin, Karon
Wang, Margaret
White, James and Sheri
White, Orvil and Christene
Whitesides, Dietrich and Caroline
Wintsch, Robert and Jody R.
Wirth, Donald
Yarlot, Mark and Janet E.
Yokoyama, Christopher and Sandy
Young, Steven and Margretta H.

PDF Anderson, Garry and Janice T.
Baker, Jack and Carolyn S.
Balthasar, Lawrence
Basu, Ilora and Abhijit
Bish, David and Karen A.
Blakely, Robert and Rosanna L.
Bomberger, Harvey
Boyce, Robert and Elizabeth M.
Brassell, Simon and Trudy R.
Bubb, John and Janet J.
Carlson, Christopher and Martha
Cody, Clyde and Elizabeth S.
Cook, Jeffrey and Theresa
Coons, Philip and Bowman, Elizabeth S.
Dahl, Peter and Susan M.
Daniel, Nicole and David N.
Darko, David and Jill B.
Degenstein, Joel and Rachel
Delph, Bryan and Melanie
Farnsworth, James and Carol
Ferry, James and Jean
Fertal, Thomas
Gerdenich, Michael and Ina Hanel-Gerdenich
Gorham, Susan and Scott
Greeley, David
Guzman, Humberto and Joyce
Hadley, Ann and Scott
Hamburger, Michael and Bass, Jennifer L.
Hamilton, Stanley and Mary E.
Handschy, James and Karen
Harmon, Lynn and William
Hasenmueller, Walter and Nancy
Hayes, Michael and Kathryn A.
Hervi Hughes, Paulette and Hughes, William D.
Hess, David
Hieshima, Glenn and Suzanne Kairo
Holm, Melody and Stan
Huffman, Samuel and Midge
Immega, Inda and Neal T.
Ingersoll, Raymond
Jackson, Jay and Waugh, Barbara J.
Jenner, Gordon
Johnson, Claudia and Kauffman, Erle G.
Karasevich, Lawrence and Ellen Richter
Kayes, Douglas and Karen L.
Keller, Teresa
Klusman, Sharon and Ronald W.
Leininger, Susanne and Steven
Leon, R.R. and Sandy
Leonard, Mark and Kimberly H.
Lesher, Carl
Lieser, Michael
Mason, Jack
May, Michael and Elizabeth
Morganwalp, Jill and David
Motzel, Paula and Bryan C.
Murray, Juanita
Nellist, William and Catherine C.
Noel, Julie and John R.
Olyphant, Greg and Cynthia G.
Orgill, James
Oslund, Raelene and Jeffery S.
Paulin, Katherine and Travis R.
Pavlis, Gary and Mary E.
Pickering, Ranard
Ploger, Sheila
Plymate, Tom and Lynda M.
Pratt, Lisa and Douglas, Bruce J.
Reynolds, Merilie
Riepe, Ronald
Rinehart, Charles and Metz, Cheryl
Ripley, Edward and Kathleen I.
Robbins, Janice and Eric
Runnells, Mary and Price, Robert C.
Saenger, Robert
Sauer, Peter and Deborah
Schimmelmann, Minh and Arndt
Smith, James
Sonntag, Jean and Mark S.
Spang, Rebecca and Polly, P.D.
Stafford, Marie and Rodney K.
Sterrett, Robert and Renate B.
Sukup, James and Mary
Szpakowski, Sally and James
Tarbuck, Edward
Thibault, Catherine and Thacker, Adam
Thornburg, Janet
Tinker, Scott and Allyson A.
Towell, Brian and LaDawn
Towell, Lindsay
Townsend, Margaret
Turpin, Karon
Walker, Jerome
Wang, Margaret
Wasylenki, Laura
Weidman, Eleanor
White, James and Sheri
White, Orvil and Christene
Whitesides, Dietrich and Caroline
Wirth, Donald
Young, Steven and Margretta
Youngflesh, James
Zeller, Thomas and Rothert, Mary K.

Scholarship Endowment Accounts

ANADARKO PETROLEUM SCHOLARSHIPS

It is the intent of the Donor, and the Foundation agrees, that this gift be used to support undergraduate scholarships for students who have been accepted to attend a summer field geoscience course offered by the Department at the Judson Mead Geologic Field Station. The recipients will be students who have records of academic merit, as defined by the selection committee, and who best meet the enrollment goals of the Field Station, as determined by the selection committee. The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the Scholarship will be determined by the Scholarship Committee of the Field Station in collaboration with the chairperson of the Department, in accordance with guidelines and procedures established by the College, Indiana University and the Foundation.

CLASS OF 2013 KATHARINE E. COMPTON MEMORIAL FIELD STATION SCHOLARSHIP

The IUGFS Class of 2013 and Compton family established an endowment in memory of Katharine E. Compton, an enthusiastic young woman with a profound interest in field geology. This scholarship will be awarded to students on the basis of scholarship and citizenship. The recipients’ application should provide evidence of their campus and community involvement, leadership qualities and academic preparedness. The funds are to be used to provide one or more scholarships, to be awarded to a student attending G429.

Recipients of this scholarship are encouraged to provide a letter to the Compton family with an account of their experience at the field station.

CHARLES DEISS MEMORIAL FUND

The Charles Deiss Memorial Scholarship was established in 1960, by friends and associates of Dr. Deiss to honor his memory and his vision in creating the Indiana University Geologic Field Station. During his tenure at Indiana University from 1945-59, Dr. Deiss was the director of the Field Station, Geology Department Chair, and State Geologist. Recipients are not required to be students at Indiana University.

JUDSON MEAD FIELD STATION FUND

This account is to be used to support students, faculty research at the field station, travel expenses for students, visiting faculty and scientists, and the purchase of supplies and equipment items when needed at the discretion of the Chair and Director.

GEORGE M. NEVERS MEMORIAL FIELD STATION SCHOLARSHIP

The George M. Nevers Memorial Field Station Scholarship was established by William R. Kersten and Timothy K. Driggers to honor the memory of their dear friend Dr. George M. Nevers and his love of the Judson Mead Geologic Field Station. Dr. Nevers earned his MA at Indiana University in 1957, attended field camp in 1956 and is remembered as "being a great leader, wonderful person and even better friend." Recipients are not required to be students at Indiana University, but preference will be given to those students who are degree seeking at Indiana University.

SCOTT AND ALLYSON TINKER SCHOLARSHIP

The Scott and Allyson Tinker Scholarship was established to honor Dr. Scott Tinker’s Trinity University professors Ed Roy, Walt Coppinger and Bob Freed; and Dr. Lee Suttner, Indiana University and to aid in the future training of geologists. Dr. Tinker attended field camp in the summer of 1981 while completing his undergraduate degree at Trinity University. Preference will be given to Trinity University students who meet the academic guidelines and admission criteria for summer field study at the Judson Mead Geologic Field Station.

Student Research Support Endowment

CHARLES J. VITALIANO GRANT-IN-AID

The Charles J. Vitaliano Grant-In-Aid is in honor of Dr. Charles J. Vitaliano, a former member of the Indiana University Department of Geological Sciences and the Judson Mead Geologic Field Station. It is meant to recognize his important contributions to the creation of the teaching and research programs at the Field Station as well as his undying love for field Geology. Preference will be given to students who will reside, in part, at the Station, where they will be provided free room and board. All publications resulting from the work must acknowledge the Charles J. Vitaliano endowment as the source of the grant-in-aid, and grant recipients must use the Field Station as their address on their publications.

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