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​​​​​​APS Courses​

APS courses explore topics of interest and importance to the plant health ​community. Offered in an online format, participants from academia, industry, and government sectors, in all career stages, will experience expert-led education in an engaging, discussion-based environment.

Registration Open

Research Ethics​

January 17 – April 24, 2024 | ​​​Wednesdays •​ 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. US Central Time

**​​​Fulfills NSF, NIH, and USDA NIFA research grant requirements.​​**​

Past atten​de​es say:​
"Don't miss this unique experience - APS's course is interactive and discussion-based."
“It really opened my eyes to a lot of things that should be obvious t​o researchers,​ ​​but are not."
“It was great to learn from so many different people from different countries and at different career stages."​

Other APS E​ducational Offerings

*New* APS Learning Collections ​​

APS Learning Collections put relevant and timely topics “under the microscope,” with the same deep dive into key topic areas as you've come to expect from APS Courses. Paired with discussion forums and live Q&A sessions for active, online engagement, our Learning Collections offer a variety of live and on-demand topic-driven resources for easy access and review on your own schedule.​

Plantopia Podcast​

Healthy plants are the foundation for life on our planet. They produce the oxygen we breathe and over 80% of the food we eat. The Plantopia podcast series explains how protecting plant health can ensure a sustainable future. Inspired by the United Nations declaration of 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health, the American Phytopathological Society created Plantopia so you can explore the world of plant health in company with plant pathologists—people on a mission to protect plants and our food supply.

Grow: Plant Health Exchange

​Grow is a place for plant health management professionals to exchange knowledge and discover the latest applied research. Access this collection of resources produced to enhance professional knowledge, increase profitability, and improve sustainability of plant production.​​

APS Webinars​

Registration Closed

​Seed Pathology Fundamentals: Regional to Global Implications

​Tuesdays, September 19 – December 5, 2023 | 9:00-10:15 am Central Time