This Events page is where you can search for future Wildcatter events. We post information regarding meetings, lectures, field trips and other events regularly so be sure to revisit often for changes, as dates, times and room locations can change. We have also posted events of other student organizations in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, such as GeoSociety and the SEG Wavelets!

Upcoming Events


Jan 19 - Regular Spring session begin

Jan 26 - Last day to add a class


Dec 5 - Last day of class

Dec 7 - Make up days for class days officially canceled by the university or Reading Period

Dec 8 thru 16 - Final Exam Period

Dec 11 - Come to join AAPG Wildcatters for our final talk of the season, given by Mr. Alexander Owen, on his unique perspective on exploration along the Gulf Coast through the lens of a smaller O&G outfit. Zoom meeting ID: 891 8091 9033; Passcode: 939691

Dec 16 - Final Day of Semester

Dec 21 - Start of Winter Mini-semester


Nov 19 - Come join AAPG Wildcatters and SEG for the talk "Thriving and Surviving as an E&P Geoscientist" given by Mr. Allen Bertagne based on his 35 years of experience from working in various basins around the world. Via: https://us02web.zoom.uh/j/81825216877

Nov 25 thru 28 - Thanksgiving Holiday


Oct 1 - Join us for sedimentology and stratigraphy expert Dr. Ali Jaffri, who will share his advice and experiences on how to approach unconventional resource plays. Time: 1:00pm via Zoom.

Please message us for details of joining the Zoom meeting. All MEMBER attendees will be entered into drawings for fall conference passes and other prizes.

Oct 2 - UH Energy Career Fair (virtual) from 12 - 4 pm. Log into AccessUH and RSVP in Cougar Pathway.

Oct 7 - Well log interpretation and where to get data for your research

Speaker: Dr. Sharon Cornelius (over 20 years of experiences as a geophysicist and geologist)

Time: 1 - 2 pm CDT. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.uh/j/86502321212

Oct 9 - Houston Student Expo (virtual). More info can be found here:

Oct 14 - Virtual field trip to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park.

Speaker: Linda Sternbach, narration by Robert (Bob) Lindsy

Time: 11 am - 12 pm CDT. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.uh/j/82163764648

Remember, all attendees will be entered into the AAPG Fall raffles.

Oct 14 - The DO's and DON'ts of Applying to Graduate School in the US.

Speaker: Dr. Matthew Pranter. Time: 12 pm CDT via Zoom (message us for more details if interested)

Oct 15 - Chevron virtual information session, 12:30 - 1:30 pm. This session will be held via Zoom, please message us for login information if you are interested!

Oct 16 - You are invited to join the Permian Basin virtual field trip lead by sequence stratigraphy sedimentology expert Kurt W. Rudolph from 1:00 to 2: 30 pm CST. Zoom meeting ID: 869 1721 6636; passcode: y2N7nG

Oct 23 - Join us from 1:00 to 2: 30 pm CST for the second virtual field trip session lead by Kurt Rudolph on Zoom. Learn from the best as Kurt guides us in our visit of Upper Pennsylvanian and Permian outcrops in the Guadalupe, Delaware, Sacramento, and Hueco Mountains. Please message us for meeting details if you are interested!


Sep 2 - AAPG Wildcatters Mock Interview Event.

Speaker: Judy Schulenberg (HGS Board Secretary and industry professional)

Time: 1- 2 pm CDT, via Zoom meeting.

Followed by paired mock interview sessions, moderated by our very own Wildcatters officers. Please message us if you want to attend!


Aug 25 - Join us as we welcome back our returning EAS summer geo-interns for AAPG Wildcatters Intern Panel. Time: 12 - 1: 30 pm CDT.

The session will be held on Zoom, and all EAS attendees will be entered into a raffle with prizes including fall conference passes. Message us for the meeting code if you want to attend!