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  • Marylee Everett Conservation Fellowship - Job - Jobs in Botany
    SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Marylee Everett Conservation Fellowship New England Wild Flower Society Framingham Massachusetts USA Position Title Marylee Everett Conservation Fellowship Position Type Temporary Position Application Review Begins Wednesday March 02 2016 Application Deadline Tuesday March 01 2016 Institution New England Wild Flower Society Department Division Conservation Department Field e g systematics Plant Conservation City Framingham Massachusetts USA General Information New England Wild Flower Society the oldest native plant conservation organization in the United States is a leader in regional plant conservation activities Two core initiatives the New England Plant Conservation Program NEPCoP and the Plant Conservation Volunteer PCV program engage professional and citizen volunteers in

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  • The Lovejoy Conservation Internship - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences The Lovejoy Conservation Internship New England Wild Flower Society Framingham Massachusetts USA Position Title The Lovejoy Conservation Internship Position Type Temporary Position Application Review Begins Monday February 22 2016 Application Deadline Friday February 19 2016 Institution New England Wild Flower Society Department Division Conservation Department Field e g systematics Conservation Botany City Framingham Massachusetts USA General Information New England Wild Flower Society the oldest native plant conservation organization in the United States is a leader in regional plant conservation activities Two core initiatives the New England Plant Conservation Program NEPCoP and the Plant Conservation Volunteer PCV program engage professional and citizen volunteers in rare species monitoring habitat management invasive species monitoring and control reintroduction and augmentation projects and long term conservation

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  • Part time freelancer - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking

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  • Native Seed Collection Manager - Job - Jobs in Botany
    of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Native Seed Collection Manager The Great Basin Institute Lake Mead National Recreation Area Nevada United States Position Title Native Seed Collection Manager Position Type Research Associate Application Review Begins Monday January 04 2016 Application Deadline Sunday January 24 2016 Institution The Great Basin Institute Department Division Research Associate Program Field e g systematics native seed collection City Lake Mead National Recreation Area Nevada United States General Information Resource Associate RA will survey document assess report propagate collect clean and prepare for storage native plant seed for restoration projects throughout southern Nevada and northeastern Arizona Work will include surveying and accessing suitable native plant populations by vehicle or on foot identification of native and non native plants care including weeding and irrigation for native plant seed increase fields determination of seed ripeness and viability determination of proper harvest collection cleaning and storage methods and proper documentation of all accessions The RA will perform all data management including GIS Access and photo data for all collections and the seed storage facility The RA will also safely lead 5 to 10 member youth service groups and or volunteers on seed collection projects The RA must be able to operate a 4 wheel drive vehicle and pass a federal background check Other duties may consist of checking backcountry traffic counters checking weather stations picking up trash rare plant plot monitoring irrigation setup and repair plant propagation weed removal and other tasks associated with native plant nursery operations Compensation and Timeline o Rate of Pay 20 00 hour o January February 2016 January February 2017 or upon availability possibility of extension pending funding availability and positive performance review o Full time 40 hours per week including occasional holidays and weekends overtime may be required occasionally Location Lake Mead NRA Boulder City NV Lake Mead National Recreation area is located in the Mojave Desert so RA will be required to wear appropriate attire to work in an outdoor setting in extreme weather conditions and very little shade Outside temperatures can range from below 32 F in the winter to over 120 in the summer RA may be exposed to poisonous or irritating plants that may cause skin irritations and will work routinely with chemical herbicides RA may come in contact with spiders lizards scorpions insects and other hazardous wildlife RA will be required to wear all

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  • Assistant Professor - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2003 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Images from Botany 2003 Botany 2001 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Assistant Professor Mississippi State University Starkville Mississippi USA Position Title Assistant Professor Position Type Tenure Track Assistant Professor Application Review Begins Friday January 15 2016 Application Deadline Thursday March 31 2016 Institution Mississippi State University Department Division Biological Sciences Field e g systematics Plant Physiology City Starkville Mississippi USA General Information

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  • Assistant Professor in Plant Diversity and Evolution - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Assistant Professor in Plant Diversity and Evolution UCLA Los Angeles CALIFORNIA United States Position Title Assistant Professor in Plant Diversity and Evolution Position Type Tenure Track Assistant Professor Application Review Begins Monday January 18 2016 Application Deadline Friday March 25 2016 Institution UCLA Department Division Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Field e g systematics City Los Angeles CALIFORNIA United States General Information The University of California Los Angeles UCLA Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology EEB seeks an organismal biologist with a focus on plant diversity and or evolution UCLA has a rich history of work in plant ecology and evolution and we seek an individual who will help us maintain and grow this critical component of our program Qualified candidates must have a Ph D in a related field of biological sciences and the search is restricted to the Assistant Professor level The position is defined broadly within evolution and ecology but preference will be given to candidates whose research teaching interests would utilize at least in part the UCLA Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden and associated UCLA Herbarium The successful candidate will be expected to establish an internationally recognized and externally funded research program and contribute to EEB s teaching needs at the introductory undergraduate level There are many opportunities for collaboration across a broad group of partners on and off campus including the UC NRS Stunt Ranch Reserve and White Mountains Research Center the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science the UCLA Center for Tropical Research and our Institute of Environment and Sustainability Information about the Department and the Botanical Garden and may be found at http www eeb ucla edu and http www botgard ucla edu Applicants should submit materials online to https recruit apo ucla edu apply JPF01858

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  • Area Agronomic Cropping Systems/Weed Science Advisor - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Area Agronomic Cropping Systems Weed Science Advisor University of California Orland California United States Position Title Area Agronomic Cropping Systems Weed Science Advisor Position Type Permanent Position Application Review Begins Thursday February 25 2016 Application Deadline Monday February 22 2016 Institution University of California Department Division Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Field e g systematics City Orland California United States General Information POSITION PURPOSE The Area Cooperative Extension CE advisor for agronomic cropping systems weed science will conduct a multi county based extension education and applied research program with a focus on plant sciences including the optimization of agronomic cropping systems and weed science in Glenn Butte and Tehama Counties Primary crops include forage crops alfalfa corn oilseeds wheat dry beans and cotton The general focus of agronomic work will be on soil science water quality and irrigation efficiency plant nutrition and fertilizer efficiency improved varieties pest management weeds insects and diseases marketing and economics The focus on

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  • Morris Arboretum Post-baccalaureate Internships (multiple positions) - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Events Botany 2003 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Images from Botany 2003 Botany 2001 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Morris Arboretum Post baccalaureate Internships multiple positions Morris Arboretum of University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA USA Position Title Morris Arboretum Post baccalaureate Internships multiple positions Position Type Temporary Position Application Review Begins Monday February 15 2016 Application Deadline Monday February 15 2016 Institution Morris Arboretum of University of Pennsylvania Department Division Botany Horticulture

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