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Charles Schuchert Award

The Charles Schuchert Award is presented by the Paleontological Society to a person under 40 whose work reflects excellence and promise in the science of paleontology.[1]


Source: Paleontological Society
Year Recipient
2014 Shanan Peters
2013 Bridget Wade
2012 Gene Hunt
2011 C. Kevin Boyce
2010 Philip Donoghue
2009 Tom Olszewski
2008 Michael Engel
2007 John Alroy
2006 Shuhai Xiao
2005 Michal Kowalewski
2004 Peter J. Wagner
2003 Steven M. Holland
2002 Bruce Lieberman
2001 Loren E. Babcock
2000 Michael J. Foote
Year Recipient
1999 Charles R. Marshall
1998 Paul L. Koch
1997 Mary L. Droser
1996 Douglas H. Erwin
1995 Susan M. Kidwell
1994 Christopher G. Maples
1993 Peter R. Crane
1992 Stephen J. Culver
1991 Donald R. Prothero
1990 William I. Ausich & Carlton E. Brett
1989 Simon Conway Morris
1988 David Jablonski
1987 Andrew H. Knoll
1986 John A. Barron
1985 Jennifer A. Kitchell
1984 Daniel C. Fisher
1983 J. John Sepkoski, Jr.
1982 James Sprinkle
1981 Philip D. Gingerich
1980 James Doyle
1979 R. Niles Eldredge
1978 Robert L. Carroll
1977 Steven M. Stanley
1976 Thomas J. M. Schopf
1975 Stephen Jay Gould
1974 James W. Schopf
1973 David M. Raup


  1. ^ "Schuchert Award". Paleontological Society. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 
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