Distinguished Scientist Award
The IOBC-NRS will is now soliciting nominations for the 2018 Distinguished Scientist Award, with application packages due on June 30, 2018. Nominees must have made significant contributions to biological control. More information here.
Early Career Outstanding Scientist Award
Inaugurated in 2012, the Early Career Outstanding Scientist Award recognizes nominees no more than 10 years post-Ph.D., who have made significant contributions to the field of biological control through research, teaching, and/or extension/outreach. More information here.
Outstanding Graduate Student in Biological Control Awards
The IOBC-NRS sponsors two Outstanding Graduate Student Awards for students whose contributions are likely to shape the future of the discipline of biological control – one each for PhD (the Robert J. O’Neil Outstanding PhD in Biological Control Award) and MS students. Application packages are due on June 30, 2018. The recipients will be recognized at the IOBC-NRS meeting held at the Annual Entomological Society of America/Entomological Society of Canada/Entomological Society of British Columbia meeting and each will receive a cash award. The PhD winner presents the lead talk in the IOBC-NRS symposium. More information here.