Program and Events

This year's program takes place at the Austin Convention Center and offers a wide variety of special sessions, field trips, workshops, and leadership opportunities dedicated to the latest research and technological advances in plant science. Take advantage of these unique scientific opportunities and make the most of your meeting experience

 APS-MSA Joint Meeting Program Book


Read the PDF version of the program book.

Special Sessions New! Technical Sessions
New! Plenary Sessions and Karling Lecture Leadership Opportunities
Meeting Highlights Field Trips
Workshops Daily Schedule

Session Proposals for th 2014 APS-CPS Joint Meeting & the 2015 APS Annual Meeting

Submit your session proposals for the 2014 APS-CPS Joint Meeting in Minneapolis, MN. The link will be available through the close of day Wednesday, August 28.

2014 APS-CPS Joint Meeting Special Session Proposal Submission Link  

You can also submit proposals for the2015 APS Annual Meeting, use the link available here

2015 APS Annual Meeting Special Session Proposal Submission Link

If you need help submitting your special session proposal, just use this helpful step-by-step instructional video.

You will also find available a PDF historical listings of sessions from 2006-2013.

Guidelines for the APS Annual Meeting Workshops and Field trips.
Guidelines for 2014 APS Meeting Special Sessions.
Guidelines for 2015 APS Meeting Special Sessions.

 "The [joint] meeting provides a venue for those interested in plant diseases, health, and production to come together and share ideas and science critical to allowing plant pathology as a discipline to help solve many of the world's most pressing issues related to food production, safety and security; energy; sustainability; and the environment to health, wellness, and poverty."
-Michael Boehm
APS President

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