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       Society for Economic Botany Awards
Other awards may be presented by the Society, as determined by the Council.

Distinguished Economic Botanist Award
    The award of "Distinguished Economic Botanist" is bestowed annually by the Society upon an individual on the basis of outstanding accomplishments pertinent to the goals of the Society.

President's Award
    The President's Award is bestowed by the Society upon an individual on the basis of outstanding accomplishments pertinent to the goals of the Society.

Charles B. Heiser, Jr. Mentor Award
    The Student Network Committee initiated the Charles B. Heiser, Jr. Mentor Award to honor outstanding economic botanists who have substantially impacted the training and professional development of economic botany and ethnobotany students. This award, chosen by students, spotlights dedicated educators who foster the development of the field by example and through student mentoring. It acknowledges mentors who are experienced, knowledgeable, trustworthy friends, counselors, and teachers.

Richard Evans Schultes Research Award
   The award is bestowed annually by the Society upon a student on the basis of an outstanding research proposal. The award is intended to help pay the costs of field work on a topic related to economic botany.

Mary W. Klinger Book Award
     Established in 1993 from a gift from Mary W. Klinger for best book publication. Nominations are received at any time during the year. View recent Klinger Awards to see nominees and recipients for the past years.

Edmund H. Fulling Award
     For best student contributed oral paper presented at the annual meeting. Award amount is $500.

Julia F. Morton Award
     For best student poster presented at the annual meeting. Award amount is $500.

 

2012 Society for Economic Botany, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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