August-September 2019, Volume 53, Issue 8
The 2019 APS member survey marks the sixth in recent years. The goals of the survey are diverse, providing a snapshot of current member demographics, interests, and engagement; revealing trends in our field; and helping APS adapt to the changing needs of our members. Read the results!
APS is seeking individuals with leadership experience and a background of service to the society who are respected in the field of plant pathology and have a vision for APS.
The United States Department of
Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service (USDA–ARS) has a research laboratory that the USDA–ARS
owns near Montpellier, France.
The 2019 Schroth Faces of the Future Symposium will feature presentations by five accomplished early career professionals in mycology.
Family Friendly APS brings fun to the annual meeting
APS graduate student member needed to join OPRO Board.
New APS webinar offered for those interested in international agricultural development projects.
Mei Zhao is the 2019 recipient of the Raymond J. Tarleton Student
Perspectives from two donors on why it's important to support the APS Foundation.
Get to know APS member Sergio Moreira
Get to know APS member, graduate student John Oladeji Oladokun
APS social media connections
Robert M. Harveson explores the yellow hyacinth disease.
See what your APS colleagues are up to!
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.