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BOTANY 2021 - BSA  Student and PostDoc Travel Award

BOTANY 2021 - BSA Student and PostDoc Travel Award

Student and PostDoc members of the BSA can apply to be considered for a $500 US travel award to attend Botany 2021 in Boise, Idaho. 

Travel Award Application Open Date: Jan 5, 2021

Travel Award Application Close Date: Mar 15, 2021

BOTANY 2021 Travel Grants for Presenters from Developing Nations

BOTANY 2021 Travel Grants for Presenters from Developing Nations

The Botanical Society of America is pleased to offer 10 travel grants in the amount of $1,000 each to the BOTANY 2021 conference in Boise, Idaho. (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. Applications are due by March 15. Click here for more information.

Travel Award Application Open Date: Jan 1, 2021

Travel Award Application Close Date: Mar 15, 2021

BOTANY 2021 Professional Member Travel Award

BOTANY 2021 Professional Member Travel Award

The Botanical Society of America is pleased to offer 10 travel grants in the amount of $500 each to the BOTANY 2021 conference in Boise, Idaho. This grant aims to increase attendance of scientists who lack grant or institutional support for travel to 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: Jan 1, 2021

Travel Award Application Close Date: Mar 15, 2021

2020 - PLANTS Grant

2020 - 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 13, 2020

PLANTS Grant Close Date: Apr 8, 2020

2020 - Undergraduate Student Research Award

2020 - 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 1, 2020

Application Close Date: Mar 31, 2020

2020 - Distinguished Fellow

2020 - 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 1, 2020

Nomination Close Date: Mar 30, 2020

2020 - Graduate Student Research Award

2020 - 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: Jan 10, 2020

Application Close Date: Mar 31, 2020

2020 - BSA Corresponding Member Award - Call for Nominations

2020 - BSA Corresponding Member Award - Call for Nominations

The Corresponding Members Committee is soliciting nominations for Corresponding Members of the BSA. Corresponding members are distinguished senior scientists who have made outstanding contributions to plant science and who live and work outside of the United States of America. Corresponding Members are granted life membership in the BSA and enjoy all the privileges of regular Active Members. Current and past honorees.

Nomination Open Date: Jan 10, 2020

Nomination Close Date: Mar 30, 2020

2020 - Donald R. Kaplan Award in Comparative Morphology

2020 - 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: Jan 9, 2020

Application Close Date: Mar 31, 2020

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