The Otago Geological Students Society is a University club that aims to introduce and educate people in geology in a fun and interactive way. The club has many different trips throughout the year ranging from beach trips to skiing trips, all of which include both geology and non-geology students. If you have any questions or would like to join the club please don’t hesitate to contact us.
OSGS organises visits to the Geology Department for School or community groups. Do you have a school or community group that want to learn about local Dunedin geology? Or maybe you just want to have a look around the Geology Musuem and other facilities?
President: Alastair King
My presidential duties include liaising with the Otago University Students Association, organizing committee meetings, and overseeing and assisting in the organization of club events, activities, and finances.
Treasurer: Henry Mannering
My role is to deal with the money for the club so we can put on exciting trips and activities.
Secretary: Rosie Cole
I'm a 1st year volcanology PhD student. I am the society secretary and here to help out with all society needs.
Trip secretary: Yuval Yagolnitzer
My role is to organise trips to showcase the awesome geology that New Zealand has to offer. Trips are aimed at all levels of geology interest from those who don't know their igneous rocks from their sedimentary rocks to post graduate students. Past ones have included trips to the Catlins, Aoraki/Mt Cook and curling and luging in Naseby!!
Social Reps: Dannielle Fougere & Carrie Jewiss
We are the social reps for the OSGS, organising the social events such as movie nights, fluid flows, and hopefully some more to come!
Post Grad Rep: Emma Scanlan
My role is to spread information about the OSGS and our events, outreach, and other opportunities to the postgraduate community.
Undergrad Rep: Kacey Grant
My role on the OSGS committee as the undergraduate representative is to incorporate, represent and give voice to ideas and suggestions that members who are an undergraduate have. Secondly I aim to keep undergraduates informed and up to date with our upcoming events.
Outreach: Rachael Baxter
I run the Outreach program that aims to connect the joys of geology to the public, organising visits to the geology department, as well as traveling to schools to aid them with geological projects.