Jesuit Seismological Association Award

Eastern Section SSA logoThe Eastern Section of the Seismological Society of America honors outstanding contributions to observational seismology with the Jesuit Seismological Association Award. The award may be given for one specific contribution or for contributions through the years.

ES-SSA requests nominations for the 28th Annual Jesuit Seismological Association Award for Contributions to Observational Seismology. There are no restrictions on the recipients or achievements that can be nominated, but preference will be given to:

  • Members of the Eastern Section
  • Members of the Seismological Society of America
  • Contributions to the understanding of seismology and/or seismotectonics in eastern North America

The recipient will be selected by an awards committee established by the Eastern Section. Nominations must be made by a member of the Eastern Section.

Nominate a member

If you wish to nominate someone, please send the nominee’s name and a one-page rationale for the nomination along with your name, your institute and institution location, your telephone number and your email address to ES-SSA Secretary Seth Carpenter at

A signed nominator disclosure form submitted by the chief nominator must be included with every submission. Click here to complete the Ethics Disclosure Form for Nominators.

Nominations must be received by 15 May 2022 to be considered for this year’s award.

Former recipients:
Susan E. Hough (2021)
Alan Kafka (2020)
Robert Wetmiller (2019)
Chris Cramer (2018)
Art Frankel (2017)
Christine Powell (2016)
Martin Chapman (2015)
Russell Wheeler (2014)
Kenneth B.S. Burke (2013)
Robert Youngs (2012)
Charles Langston (2011)
Martitia Tuttle (2010)
Maurice Lamontagne (2009)
Won-Young Kim (2008)
Henry Hasegawa (2007)
Timothy Long (2006)
Gabriel Leblanc (2005)
Robert Mereu (2004)
John E. Ebel (2003)
Gail M. Atkinson (2002)
John Filson (2001)
Pradeep Talwani (2000)
Arch C. Johnston (1999)
Robert Herrmann (1998)
Fr. William Stauder, S.J. (1997)
Waverly Person (1996)
Gilbert A. Bollinger (1995)