This award recognizes an APS member for excellence in extension plant pathology. Nominees will be individuals who have made outstanding contributions by creating, developing, or implementing extension-related programs or materials or who have provided significant leadership in an area of extension plant pathology. Supporting information could include descriptions of significant clientele educational programs; development of information transfer materials, such as bulletins, fact sheets, books, newspaper and magazine articles, computer software and networks, video tapes, radio and television programs, and interactive video conferences; and evidence of leadership in local, regional, or national extension programs or professional organizations. Specific examples of the creativity and impact of the nominee’s programs should be emphasized. Note on research, teaching, public policy education, and other activities supportive of extension should be included in the nomination. Recipients receive a plaque.
2011 G. A. Chastagner2012 G. E. Ruhl2013 S. T. Koike2014 M.F.R. Khan2015 G. Schnabel2016 D. Langston 2017 F. J. Louws
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