December 2021, Volume 55, Issue 11
The APS Office of International Programs (OIP) presents From Our Kitchen to Yours, a digital cookbook containing recipes contributed by OIP members and volunteers, as well as past APS award recipients. All proceeds from this cookbook will benefit the Global Experience Award—one of the premier awards granted by OIP.
Incoming Phytopathology News Editor-in-Chief Robert C. Kemerait, Jr. introduces himself and prepares to takeover the role in 2022.
Graduate student Melanie Medina López, The Ohio State University Plant Pathology Graduate Student Association, describes a video created for OSU's WestFest. The video enabled the Plant Pathology Graduate Student Association to teach children about plant pathogens and plant pathologists during the virtual festival.
The committee for the APS De Bary Award for Outstanding Children's Science Books is happy to announce this year's winners.
Thank you to our generous donors. Every amount donated has a significant impact on the future of plant pathology.
Thank you to our amazing volunteers—your dedication to APS is crucial to our success!
The APS Foundation is accepting applications for the JANE Award and the OIP Global Experience Award. Apply today!
The Storkan-Hanes-McCaslin Foundation encourages research by offering financial assistance to graduate students working on soilborne diseases of plants.
Get to know BeKa (Rebecca) Leuschen, our featured graduate student of the month!
For each issue of Phytopathology News, the APS Graduate Student Committee chooses a graduate student to be featured in a spotlight article. Submit your application for consideration!
Rollins Adams Emerson was one of the first geneticists and perhaps the first dry bean researcher in the United States. Today, his accomplishments and contributions for improving plant breeding and crop genetics have been largely forgotten. This is the story of his pioneering research working with the genetics and breeding of the common bean and corn.
USDA-NIFA has put out a call for volunteer grant panelists to help select the best proposals submitted to the agency's numerous grant programs. Hannah Rivedal sat down with one of the National Program Leaders of NIFA, Dr. Ann Lichens-Park, to discuss what it is like to serve on a panel and why plant pathologists should consider volunteering.
Award, Career Development, Degree, In Memoriam, and Seminar Notices
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.