Nominations are invited for the Pacific Division LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. This award is given to senior members of the Pacific Division of APS in recognition of distinguished contributions to plant pathology and service to the Pacific Division. Any current member of the Pacific Division who has made outstanding contributions throughout her or his career to the science of plant pathology and the Pacific Division is eligible for nomination. The contributions may be in research, teaching, extension, service, or any other aspect of plant pathology in either an academic or nonacademic environment. Additional information and previous winners can be found on the Lifetime Achievement Award website. Nominations may be made by any member or group of members belonging to the Pacific Division. The Lifetime Achievement Award is to be awarded as appropriate only in years when exceptional candidates are nominated.
Prepare a nomination statement (no more than two pages double-spaced) giving the name, current position, and affiliation of the nominee. Include a critique that includes the nature, scope, and relevance of the contributions that qualify the nominee for consideration. Contributions specific to service to the Pacific Division should be included. Prepare an accurate biographical sketch of the nominee not exceeding 1,000 words.
All documents (nomination statement and biographical sketch) should be combined into one .pdf file and sent via e-mail to the current APS Pacific Division President, Kendra Baumgartner, but May 30, 2018.Previous Awardees
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