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2018 APS  Awardees
New APS Webinar Coming in June: "Preparing to Teach a New Course"
APS is offering a brand-new, two-part webinar titled "Preparing to Teach a New Course." Join presenters Thomas Mitchell and Sara D. Williams on June 6 for part 1, "Strategies for Success," and then view part 2, "Teaching Styles and Assessment," on June 20 with presenters Brantlee Spakes-Richter, Lori Carris, and Anissa Poleatewich. Register today! 
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SCIENCE
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Neufeld et al. found that an infection risk model developed for downy mildew on cucumber could also be used to predict the risk of disease on squash and cantaloupe and consequently help farmers manage the disease. Open access for a limited time.
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Jeger and colleagues discuss the contribution of mathematical models to plant virus epidemiology. Using models can help guide management, improve understanding of a particular pathosystem, and inform research direction. Open access.
New Journal Issues Online
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MEETING
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Connect with distinguished phytopathologists at ICPP2018 by joining a POD (Phytopathologists of Distinction) talk. Relax in an informal setting and enjoy hearing these individuals' career stories, as they share insights and life experiences in the realm of plant pathology.
ICPP2018 Tshirts Now On Sale!
This baseball-style shirt will look great at the game, on campus, or out in the field! Preorder your ICPP Boston Meeting souvenir shirt by June 7, 2018, and we will have it ready for you to pick up at the meeting. Preorder your shirt today!
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ENGAGE
Remember to Vote!
Remember to Vote in the APS Election by May 31
Cast your vote for APS vice president and councilor-at-large, plus an amendment to the APS constitution and bylaws. Find the link to your ballot in an email. If you are having problems with the ballot or did not receive one, contact Cindy Scheller.
National C-FAR Summit
APS Participating in a Summit to Advance American Agriculture
APS Council was invited to send representatives to the National C-FAR Summit for Integrated Research, Economics, Education, Extension, and Outreach Priorities to Advance American Agriculture. Use this survey to offer ideas and guide discussions for ensuring a robust future for the agricultural research enterprise.
OIP Silent Auction
Donate Treasures to the OIP Silent Auction
The Office of International Programs (OIP) will host a silent auction at ICPP2018. This year's proceeds will support scientists from developing economies. Donate an item to support this exciting event!
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RESOURCES
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Order your APS PRESS compendia titles now! Save 20% through June 30 by using promo code SPRING20.
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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
May 31, 2018 — Voting deadline for the 2018 APS Election (Read candidate bios here!)
July 15, 2018 — Submissions due for Phytopathology and MPMI focus issues
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