AEG Foundation
Martin L. Stout Scholarship Fund

The Martin L. Stout Scholarship Fund supports environmental and engineering geologic studies by students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Recipients of grants will be designated as "Martin L. Stout Scholars." Awards will be made by the AEG Foundation to outstanding and deserving students based on demonstrated ability, scholarship, potential for contributions to the profession, character, and activities in student/professional societies.
 

Who was Martin L. Stout?
Martin Stout

Dr. Stout was Professor of Geology at California State University, Los Angeles from 1960 to 1990. He is remembered by all for his passionate and insightful instruction in engineering geology. Dr. Stout guided his students through and beyond the fundamentals of engineering geology, often using Kodachrome® slides for illustration. He emphasized hands-on experience and critical thought. He was well known for his expertise on mega landslides, his worldly travels, his good humor, and his gracious manner. This scholarship supports his legacy.
 

Past Awardees (Awarded through the AEG Foundation)
  • 2018 – Caleb Ring, Undergraduate
    2018 – Jalise Wright, Undergraduate
    2018 – Anthony Moraes, Graduate
    2018 – Alyssa Kirkendall, Graduate
  • 2017 – Tyler Craig Gilkerson, Graduate
    2017 – Cole Douglas Rosenbaum, Graduate
    2017 – Melissa Anne Magno, Undergraduate
    2017 – Tenaya Brown, Undergraduate
    2017 – Allan William Foster III, Undergraduate
  • 2016 – David William LaPorte, Graduate 1st Place
    2016 – Priscilla Efua Addison, Graduate 2nd Place
    2016 – Randall Jones, Undergraduate 1st Place
    2016 – Danielle Terhaar, Undergraduate 2nd Place
    2016 – Heni Barnes, Undergraduate 3rd Place
  • 2014 – Tanya Petach, Harvard University, Undergraduate 1st Place
    2014 – Carly Siko, Michigan Technological University, Undergraduate 2nd Place
    2014 – Kevin Michael McCoy, Colorado School of Mines, Graduate 1st Place
    2014 – Kassandra Lindsey, Portland State University, Graduate 2nd Place
  • 2013 – Stephen Abernathy, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Undergraduate 1st Place
    2013 – Drew Fuchs, Tufts University, Undergraduate 2nd Place
    2013 – Lindsay Davis, Michigan Tech University, Graduate 1st Place
    2013 – Kiersti Ford, California State University-Fresno, Graduate 2nd Place
  • 2012 – Taryn Black, University of Washington, Undergraduate 1st Place
    2012 – Katherine Herr, University of Washington, Undergraduate 2nd Place
    2012 – Brett Arpin, Colorado School of Mines, Graduate 1st Place
    2012 – Casey Dowling, Colorado School of Mines, Graduate 2nd Place
  • 2011 – Anna Mudd, College of Wooster, Undergraduate 1st Place
    Martin Stout
    2011 – Brian Haderlie, University of Washington, Undergraduate 2nd Place
    2011 – Even Friedman, Colorado School of Mines, Graduate 1st Place
    2011 – John Combs, University of Arizona, Graduate 2nd Place
  • 2010 – Eric Stiffler, Texas A&M University, Graduate
    2010 – Meagan Drinnan, Undergraduate 1st Place
    2010 – Breana Marquette Hashman, Undergraduate 2nd Place
  • 2009 – Katherine Ann Michelson, Portland State University, Graduate 1st Place
    2009 – Serin Duplantis, Portland State University, Graduate 2nd Place
    2009 – Kimmaree Horvath, University of Akron, Undergraduate
  • 2008 – Rachel Pirot, Portland State University, Graduate 1st Place
    2008 – Ryan Davidson. Colorado School of Mines, Graduate 2nd Place
    2008 – Chesney Gilleland, Appalachian State University, Undergraduate
  • 2007 – Adam Campbell, Portland State University, Graduate
    2007 – Sherry McGee, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Undergraduate
  • 2006 – Marina Drazba, Portland State University
Past Awardees (Awarded through the Southern California Section)
  • 2000 – Jennifer Knapp, University of Missouri-Rolla, Undergraduate
  • 1999 – Desiree Dier, San Diego State University, Graduate
  • 1996 – Jacob "Jake" Holt, California State University, Northridge
  • 1995 – Vassilia Angelaki, Kent State University, Undergraduate
 
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