Interested individuals should have 1) demonstrated interest and experience in any aspect of practical, applied plant pathology, including extension, crop consulting, or applied research involving interactions with growers, and 2) an interest in public policy. Individuals should also be willing to take the lead on developing PPB’s initiatives in existing or emerging policy areas of importance to the society.
PPB requests submission by January 16 of a short statement of interest and background (short CV) from members interested in serving APS as a PPB board member. Please send these items to PPB Chair Gwyn Beattie at email@example.com. Questions? E-mail or call Beattie +1.515.294.5571. PPB will review submitted materials and make a determination on the PPB appointment.
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