Serving professionals in engineering, environmental, and groundwater geology since 1957.
The Association of Engineering Geologists (AEG) contributes to its members’ professional success and the public welfare by providing leadership, advocacy, and applied research in environmental and engineering geology.
Our chapter is backed by the AEG National, headquartered in Denver, Colorado.
St. Louis Chapter Officers
Chair: Jessie Goodwin – email@example.com
Vice Chair: Matt Masterson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Ben Luetkemeyer – email@example.com
Treasurer: Luke Ducey – firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Chair: Stephanie Kline-Tissi – email@example.com
AEG contributes to its members’ professional success and the public welfare by providing leadership, advocacy, and applied research in environmental and engineering geology.
AEG’s values are based on the belief that its members have a responsibility to assume stewardship over their fields of expertise. In support of serving an international network of environmental and engineering geologists devoted to excellence, AEG values:
- Upholding sound principles of scientific inquiry with respect to the study and evaluation of geologic processes, their impact on humans, and the human impact on Earth
- Encouraging and facilitating ongoing education and training as well as supporting members in their dedication to their work
- Building public appreciation for how environmental and engineering geology contribute to public safety and the protection of property
AEG is the acknowledged international leader in environmental and engineering geology, and is greatly respected for its stewardship of the profession. AEG offers information on environmental and engineering geology useful to practitioners, scientists, students, and the public. Other geosciences organizations recognize the value of using and sharing AEG’s outstanding resources.
AEG leads the profession in its advocacy for:
- Professional Licensure,
- Regulation, and
- Codes and Standards,
as each affects the practice of applied geosciences.