Center for Meteorite Studies

Complete the fields below to submit your application for the 2016 Nininger Meteorite Award. Please attach a pdf version of your paper submission that is less than 8 Mb in size.  After a successful submission, you should see a confirmation page indicating that we have received your application.  If you do not receive such a confirmation, please contact us at nininger[at]asu.edu.

As a part of your application, we require a letter of support from your advisor.  The letter of support should be emailed directly to nininger[at]asu.edu by your advisor, and must include a cover sheet with the following information:

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When both your application and letter of support are on file, we will inform you that your application is complete. 

All application materials are due by midnight (MST), January 31, 2017.

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