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2022 - BSA Impact Award

2022 - BSA Impact Award

The Botanical Society of America Impact Award recognizes a BSA member or group of members who have significantly contributed to advancing diversity, accessibility, equity, and/or inclusion in botanical scholarship, research and education. This award aims to honor an individual, group, and/or institution for their impactful work that demonstrates a commitment to building a more diverse and inclusive community of engaged scholars. This can include, but is not limited to, influencing practices and policies and/or increasing access to knowledge and resources through research, teaching or outreach.

The Impact Award will be presented at the BSA’s Award Ceremony during the Society’s Annual meeting. The recognition also includes a plaque and award of $1000. BSA members are encouraged to self-nominate or nominate another BSA member or external group affiliated with the Society. Nominations are due May 15th, 2022. 

The award recipient or group will be invited to share insights into the contributions/accomplishments leading to their Impact with the botanical community. BSA will work with the award recipient to determine the best mechanism and to provide logistic and organizational support; some examples are a recorded and published video interview, a written profile in the Plant Science Bulletin, hosting an online discussion session, or presenting a seminar during the annual conference or as an advertised Botany360 webinar. The BSA DEI committee looks forward to working with the award winner to developing an event that centers their ImpactClick here for more information.

Impact Award Nomination Open Date: Mar 15, 2022

Impact Award Nomination Close Date: May 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Pteridological Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Pteridological Section Student Travel Award

The Pteridological Section of the BSA provides student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 4, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Bryological and Lichenological Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Bryological and Lichenological Section Student Travel Award

The Bryological and Lichenological Section of the BSA will provide 3 $500 student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 4, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Phytochemical Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Phytochemical Section Student Travel Award

The Phytochemical Section of the BSA will provide 3 $500 student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 4, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Genetics Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Genetics Section Student Travel Award

The Genetics Section of the BSA provides 5 $500 student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 3, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Physiological Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Physiological Section Student Travel Award

The Physological Section of the BSA provides 3 $500 student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 3, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Development and Structural Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Development and Structural Section Student Travel Award

The Developmental & Structural Section of the Botanical Society of America is pleased to announce 4 student travel awards. Each award will cover both the student's in-person registration fee and a $595 travel award in support of attendance at the BOTANY 2022 conference.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Mar 1, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Ecological Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Ecological Section Student Travel Award

This year the Ecological Section will be providing 3 travel awards in the amount of $500 to students that submit an abstract under any of the Ecological topics. The purpose of these awards is to support students' attendance and their presentations at BOTANY 2022. 

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 28, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

2022 - Vernon I. Cheadle Student Travel Awards

2022 - Vernon I. Cheadle Student Travel Awards

The Botanical Society of America, in conjunction with the Developmental & Structural Section offers four (4), $500 Vernon I. Cheadle Student Travel Awards

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 28, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - PUI Faculty and Future Faculty Conference Awards

BOTANY 2022 - PUI Faculty and Future Faculty Conference Awards

The Botanical Society of America and PUI section are pleased to offer 10 travel awards in the amount of $250 each for BOTANY 2022 July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.  The aim of this award is to support PUI faculty and future faculty in attending the half-day workshop on inclusive undergraduate research student mentoring attending the half-day workshop on inclusive undergraduate research student mentoring.  The PUI section also anticipates additional grant funding that will substantially cover travel to the conference, registration, and housing expenses for an at least 14 members to participate in some or all the PUI-sponsored events throughout the conference. The aim of this award is to support PUI faculty and future faculty in attending the half-day workshop on inclusive undergraduate research student mentoring. A PUI is defined as colleges and universities that award fewer than 20 Ph.D. degrees in all NSF-supported fields during a two-year period. The $250 award is open to all PUI faculty members and graduate students/postdoctoral researchers interested in a career at a PUI. The grant-funded award to open to all U.S. resident PUI faculty members and graduate students/postdoctoral researchers interested in a career at a PUI

You must have a current BSA membership in order to apply. Applicants must attend in-person the PUI section-sponsored workshop on Sunday morning July 24. Click here for more information.

PUI Conference Award Open Date: Feb 24, 2022

PUI Conference Award Close Date: May 1, 2022

2022 - PLANTS Grant

2022 - PLANTS Grant

The PLANTS program (Preparing Leaders and Nurturing Tomorrow’s Scientists: Increasing the diversity of plant scientists) continues the tradition of the Botanical Society of America to encourage the participation of undergraduates from underrepresented groups at the annual meetings of the BSA and affiliated organizations.  The PLANTS program (funded by the National Science Foundation and BSA) will pay the expenses of up to 12 undergraduates annually to participate in the meetings and to receive mentoring from both peer (advanced undergraduate and graduate students) and senior mentors (postdocs, faculty, and other professionals) in the plant sciences. Click here for more information and to see past winners.

You do not need to be a current BSA member to apply. However, if you do not have a BSA login, you will need to create one here.  We encourage you to review the online form thoroughly before filling it out.

Do not forget to send your transcript and have your letter of reference sent via email to complete your application.

PLANTS Grant Open Date: Feb 18, 2022

PLANTS Grant Close Date: Apr 23, 2022

2022 - Graduate Student Research Award

2022 - Graduate Student Research Award

BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA'S BILL DAHL GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS including the J. S. KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD.

The purpose of these awards is to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences. The award provides $1500 to support each recipient’s research proposal. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information and to see past winners.

Application Open Date: Feb 14, 2022

Application Close Date: Apr 1, 2022

2022 - Undergraduate Student Research Award

2022 - Undergraduate Student Research Award

This award is designed to promote undergraduate student research in the botanical sciences in conjunction with our efforts to highlight the plant sciences as a study and/or career option. We see this as a simple and effective way of promoting your research, your lab, your university and your passion for the botanical sciences. It is meant to be a fun and informative activity. Applicants must be current student members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information and to see past winners.

Application Open Date: Feb 14, 2022

Application Close Date: Apr 1, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Economic Botany Section Student Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Economic Botany Section Student Travel Award

The Economic Botany Section of the BSA provides student travel awards to assist with the travel and registration costs to attend and present at the upcoming BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 14, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - BSA  Student and PostDoc Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - BSA Student and PostDoc Travel Award

BSA will be providing 10 travel awards to students and postdocs to attend Botany 2022 in Anchorage, Alaska, in the amount of $500 USD.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 14, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

2022 - Jeanette Siron Pelton Award in Experimental Plant Morphology

2022 - Jeanette Siron Pelton Award in Experimental Plant Morphology

The Botanical Society of America proudly supports the Conservation and Research Foundation in honoring the memory of Dr. Jeanette Siron Pelton. The Jeanette Siron Pelton Award is made by the The Conservation and Research Foundation of New London, CT, through the Botanical Society of America, for sustained and creative contributions in experimental plant morphology. BSA appoints the nomination committee and presents the award at the annual meeting. Beginning in 1998, the recipient of the Pelton Award is invited to present a special address at the BSA Annual Meeting the year following the award presentation. The Pelton Award is given in recognition of outstanding contributions in the field of experimental plant morphology. The field is broadly defined to include the subcellular, cellular and organismal levels of complexity.

BSA appoints the nomination committee and presents the award at the annual meeting. Beginning in 1998, the recipient of the Pelton Award has been invited to present a special address (the Pelton Lecture) at the BSA Annual Meeting the year following the award presentation. The awards includes a $1,000 award, plus travel costs up to $1,000 to present the Pelton Lecture.

Nomination Open Date: Feb 14, 2022

Nomination Close Date: Apr 1, 2022

2022 - Young Botanist Award

2022 - Young Botanist Award

The purpose of this award is to offer individual recognition to outstanding graduating seniors in the plant sciences and to encourage their participation in the Botanical Society of America.

The top 25 nominees, whose selection will be based primarily on their accomplishments described in recommendation letters and any supporting materials, will receive a "Certificate of Special Achievement" from the Society, complimentary student membership for the rest of the calendar year and have their names published in the Plant Science Bulletin.

Nomination Open Date: Feb 9, 2022

Nomination Close Date: Apr 1, 2022

2022 - Distinguished Fellow

2022 - Distinguished Fellow

The "Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America" is the highest honor our Society can bestow. Each year, the Distinguished Fellow Committee solicits nominations, evaluates candidates, and selects those to receive an award. Awardees are chosen based on their outstanding contributions to the mission of our scientific Society. Click here for more information and to see past winners.

Nomination Open Date: Feb 9, 2022

Nomination Close Date: Apr 1, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Developing Nations' Member Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Developing Nations' Member Travel Award

The Botanical Society of America is pleased to offer 10 travel awards for BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska (www.botanyconference.org). It is our goal to encourage international collaboration and foster connections within our international botanical community by extending financial help to those in need of assistance to attend this important conference. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 9, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 29, 2022

BOTANY 2022 - Professional Member Travel Award

BOTANY 2022 - Professional Member Travel Award

The Botanical Society of America is pleased to offer 20 travel awards for BOTANY 2022, July 24-27, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska. This award aims to increase attendance of scientists who lack grant or institutional support for registration to attend the annual BSA meeting as well as to increase diversity among the annual meeting attendees. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Feb 9, 2022

Travel Award Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

2022 - Donald R. Kaplan Award in Comparative Morphology

2022 - Donald R. Kaplan Award in Comparative Morphology

The Botanical Society of America is soliciting applications for the Donald R. Kaplan Award in Comparative Morphology. Donald R. Kaplan was a leading researcher in the area of plant form, where he sought to deduce fundamental principles from comparative developmental morphology. He spent most of his professional career at the University of California Berkeley. Through his own work and the work of the many graduate students he mentored, he had a profound effect on the fields of plant development and structure. Donald Kaplan always encouraged his students to work independently, often on projects unrelated to his own research. He believed that students should publish their work independently, and rarely coauthored his students’ papers. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information.

Application Open Date: Feb 3, 2022

Application Close Date: Apr 15, 2022

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