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Thank you, APS Volunteers!
Congratulations to Several APS Foundation Awardees!
 
Join us in congratulating the recipients of the Books for the World Award, the Don and Judy Mathre Educational Award, the French-Monar Latin American Award, and the Raymond J. Tarleton Student Fellowship! Your donations are key in supporting these opportunities and the future of plant pathology. Donate today to help continue fostering student, early career, and international studies.
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SCIENCE
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The bacterial plant pathogen Candidatus Liberibacter causes many important plant diseases. This single-topic Virtual Issue summarizes progress in pathogen biology, virulence mechanisms, plant host resistance, insect interactions, rapid detection, population genetics, and disease management.
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Submit your research for inclusion in this special Focus Issue. The deadline for submission is July 15.
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MEETING
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Organized by APS President Mary Palm and ISPP President Greg Johnson, the Monday Plenary Session sets the stage for the theme of ICPP2018: Plant Health in a Global Economy. Find information on the session in Phytopathology News.
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Taking field trips is a great way to engage with your plant health allies. Choose from outings focused on New England forest health, cranberry production and disease, Boston-area ornamental gardens, New England fungi and plant pathology, and the botanical collections at Harvard's Arnold Arboretum. Preregistration is required for all field trips.
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Network with leading scientists and help solve plant health problems at ICPP2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Save $100 when you register by April 12. Reserve your hotel room by June 29 for the best rates.
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FOUNDATION
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Students from all fields of study and with all scientific interests are invited to apply for Student Travel Awards. Apply now for a $500 award to attend ICPP2018. The deadline is March 20—just a few weeks away! 
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ENGAGE
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The March issue of Phytopathology News spotlights exciting opportunities and resources available to APS members. From Plenary Session speakers at ICPP2018 to National Science Foundation funding opportunities—it's all in the new issue of Phytopathology News. Check it out now!
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The proceeds from this year's OIP Silent Auction, held at ICPP2018, will support scientists from developing economies. Take advantage of this opportunity to give back and make a difference. Donate items to the auction today!
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The Potomac Division Meeting will be held March 21–23, 2018, at the Princess Royale Hotel in Ocean City, Maryland. Submit your abstract by March 4, and register by March 5 for a discounted hotel rate. Act today!
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RESOURCES
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Get your copy today of this new teaching video, which explains the life cycle of the fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi, an aggressive pathogen capable of causing defoliation and significant yield loss of soybean. APS members save 10%!
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Learn how to apply social science wisdom to effectively engage in discussions about GMOs. This webinar is ideal for anyone who communicates with the public about this sometimes controversial topic.
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Time is running out to save on select plant science textbooks and key references. Invest in your continuing education, and shop for your classroom needs before this deal ends on March 8.
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RECENT JOBS
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Put your position in front of the top plant pathologists in the world and save up to $50. Post a job in the APS Job Center today!
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Did you know you can post your resume for FREE in the APS Job Center? Make yourself stand out in the plant pathology community. Post your resume today!
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NEWS
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DEADLINES
July 15, 2018 — Submissions due for Phytopathology and MPMI Focus Issues
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The APS News Capsule is a benefit of your APS membership. Thank you for your continued support!
 
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The American Phytopathological Society

Phone: +1.651.454.7250 • E-mail: aps@scisoc.org • Website: apsnet.org

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