Do you love plants? Do you want to learn and explore with other talented botanists? Are you a student? Check out this announcement from the Northern California Botanists about their upcoming 2014 symposium, they have some money for students who would like to attend.
“NCB will provide a number of stipends to help cover expenses of travel, lodging, meals, and registration for current college students who wish to attend this symposium. Applications must be received by 6 December 2013. Apply early — stipends are awarded on a first-come basis to qualified applicants. Applicants awarded stipends will be notified by email in late December.
For more information please go to the NCB 2014 Symposium web page and scroll down to Student Stipends:
Or go directly to the application form (pdf) at:
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BOTANISTS 2014 SYMPOSIUM:
“Northern California Plant Life — Botany for a Changing World”
January 13-14, 2014
at California State University, Chico
Visit the 2014 Symposium web page for details:
— 2014 Symposium Program
— Lunch Time Discussion Group
— Post-Symposium Workshop and Field Trips
— Call for Posters!
— Exhibitor Booths
— Symposium Sponsorship
— Student Stipends
— Lodging and Directions
— Past Symposia Programs available
ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM: “Join us January 13-14, 2014 for the 6th botanical symposium hosted by Northern California Botanists. It will be held in the Bell Memorial Union on the campus of California State University in Chico. Optional botanical workshops will be held on Wednesday January 15. A 2-day schedule of presentations by working botanists will focus on climate change and will include sessions on Alpine Ecology, Rare Plants, Pollinators, Wetlands, Fungi, Horticultural Restoration, and New Discoveries. Registration is now open!
For more information about Northern California Botanists please go to:
“Northern California Botanists is an organization with the purpose of increasing knowledge and communication among agency, consulting, academic, and other botanists about botanical issues concerning science, conservation, education, and professional development. Our primary objectives are to establish a communication forum via occasional meetings, a scholarship fund for students working on botanical problems in northern California, a job forum, and symposia that focus on the botany of northern California.”