Founded in 1985 by local professionals and faculty members from the University of California, Riverside, the Inland Geological Society has been providing informative talks, thoughtful discussion, and local networking opportunities for over 30 years.
Based in Riverside, California, topics of discussion are often focused on geological issues of Southern California's Inland Empire. This is an area of rapid population growth and complex geology. Please join us at our monthly dinner meeting and lecture.
President's Message - February 2018
The Inland Geological Society would like to thank Rachel Kolenko for her efforts in serving as our Secretary. Unfortunately for IGS, but fortunately for Rachel, she is now working at Environmental Resources Management (ERM). For those who don’t know, ERM is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, and
social consulting services. Rachel has been busy bouncing between different offices locally and further south, and getting ready for a drilling job in the Imperial Valley. In her words, “Thank you for letting me be Secretary as it definitely helped me with getting a job! If you ever have any students on the fence about holding a position, I can attest it looks really good on a resume!” Thank you, Rachel.
And with that, the Inland Geological Society would like to introduce Jessie Bagby as our new Secretary. I believe she is a Geology major at Cal State San Bernardino (I need to check my facts) and she has graciously volunteered to serve as our Secretary. Thank you, Jessie.
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