The Pacific Division Lifetime Achievement Award was first awarded in 1990. This award is given to senior members of the Pacific Division who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to plant pathology and service to the Pacific Division. The contributions may be in research, teaching, extension, or any other aspect of plant pathology in either an academic or nonacademic environment.
Nominees must be active members of the Pacific Division such as attending division meetings and/or holding division office. Nominations must be a accompanied by a statement of no more than 2 typewritten pages, double-spaced, giving name, years and names of institutions granting degrees. A comprehensive vita that describes their accomplishments and supportive citations or other material that qualify the nominee for the award should be also be included.
The Pacific Division Lifetime Achievement Award was first awarded in1990.
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