The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG) is an international,
non-profit scientific and technical society, whose 3,000 members include
geologists specializing in engineering geology, environmental geology,
and ground-water geology as well as other professionals in affiliated
fields, such as civil and mining engineering, land-use planning, public
policy and education.
There are four AEG Membership Classes. They are as follows:
Applicants for Member Class shall hold a degree in geology, engineering
geology or geological engineering or a degree in a related professional
field with 30-semester hours of credit in the geosciences. In addition,
the applicant shall have 5-years of post-baccalaureate experience in
engineering geology, of which one year must be in "responsible
charge" of a complex project. A Member of AEG with personal knowledge
of the applicant's experience shall sponsor applicants direct admission
to Member Class. Annual Dues are $105.00. For first time members dues
are $75.00. Teacher dues are $35.00.
Applicants shall hold the same requirements as for Member Class, but
may select from the following dues schedule: $35=Member Class, which
includes the Environmental and Engineering Geology Journal. $45=Member
Class with the Journal, the Annual Directory and the Annual Meeting
Abstracts. $55=Member Class with the Journal, Annual Directory, Annual
Meeting Abstracts and the AEG
Applicants for Affiliate Member Class shall be scientists or engineers
who work with engineering geologists, teachers engaged in middle-school
and high school earth science education, or persons interested in engineering
geology. Annual Dues are $70.00. Teacher Dues are $35.00.
Applicants for Student Member Class shall be full-time students enrolled
in an academic program in the geosciences or in a related field of engineering.
Annual Dues are $25.00.
To get more information about joining AEG,
Contact the Section Chair