February 2020, Volume 54, Issue 2
Plant health is YOUR health. APS is so excited to celebrate IYPH 2020. Several initiatives are already underway, but to fully utilize this opportunity to teach about the importance of plant health, we need you to plan activities, too.
Mentors are needed to remotely lead and advise student lab groups through their experiments while using an internationally renowned online learning platform.
The APS International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) Social Media Working Group met to discuss tackling IYPH social media engagement and outreach activities.
All APS student members with thesis research projects related to crop loss, crop loss mitigation, risk evaluation, population biology, and plant disease epidemiology are encouraged to submit applications.
The author of each awarded paper will earn a certificate and a monetary prize and be featured in APS communications.
The awards are offered to provide students and
postdocs the opportunity to gain knowledge and research development during a short-term experience within industry or government.
The committee strives to integrate students into society affairs and activities and recommends ways to address student concerns.
Meet some of the amazing people who support APS Foundation. Learn more about who they are and why they give their time and resources to support others.
The Browning Travel Award is a graduate student travel award that helps graduate students pursuing doctorate degrees in plant medicine and plant health attend and participate in a professional meeting or conference appropriate to their interests.
Take a look at our featured graduate student of this month!
The Unknown Plant Pathologist
The workshop, titled “Agricultural Microbiomes: Promise, Practices, and Partnerships,” took place at
AgriBio, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
Awards, Career Developments, Degrees, In Memoriam Notices, and Workshops