May 2019, Volume 53, Issue 5
The APS Nominations Committee is pleased to announce that Amy O. Charkowski, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, and John Clark Rupe, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, are running for vice president of APS.
This year’s event, organized by the Plant Science Research Network (PSRN), brought together 52 plant scientists representing a wide range of plant science subdisciplines.
New this year, the program schedule has been adjusted to ensure that attendees can participate in the full meeting experience!
Five members received Books of the World Awards from the APS Foundation in 2019.
Congratulations to our fellow members and colleagues selected to receive APS awards in honor of their significant contributions to the science of plant pathology!
The APS Public Policy Board (PPB) took its annual trip to Washington, DC, on March 18-20, 2019 to meet with a large number of congressional representatives and federal agencies.
Volunteer with the Office of International Porgrams!
The GEP award supports APS plant pathologists who want to work with scientists and extension personnel in developing countries in training and outreach efforts.
Read about how Danilo Saavedra's APS membership connects him with critical information on plant health.
PDMR received 578 submissions for volume 12 in 2018 compared with 351 submissions for volume 9. PDMR also received its first international contributions during the volume 12 submissions period.
Catch up on the latest news and accomplishments from your fellow APS members!
APS members are invited to the Tenth International Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Symposium, to be held March 15–18, 2021, in Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.