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Plant Canada Awards

     
 
2015    
 
Dr. Deena Errampalli, President and Diane Edwards the secretary of of Plant Canada present Plant Canada Certificate of Appreciation 2015 to Dr. Shahrokh Khanizadeh, for making outstanding and lasting contribution to Plant Canada as the President of Plant Canada (2007-2015).
Dr. Shahrokh Khanizadeh, President of Plant Canada presents Plant Canada Certificate of Appreciation 2015 to Dr. John Markham, Chair of the PC organizing committee for making outstanding to Botany 2015 meeting in Edmonton.

Dr. Shahrokh Khanizadeh, President of Plant Canada presents Plant Canada Certificate of Appreciation 2015 to Dr. Yousef Papadapolus, Chair of the Local organizing committee for making outstanding to 2011 Plant Canada meeting in Halifax.

 

Dr. Shahrokh Khanizadeh, President of Plant Canada presents Plant Canada Certificate of Appreciation 2015 to to Dr. Carol Peterson, Plant Canada Treasurer (2007-2015) for making outstanding and lasting contribution to Plant Canada.
2015 Plant Canada and Society Member Awards
Dr. John Markham, President of Canadian Botanical Association (CBA) presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to attend the Botany 2015 meeting was presented to CBA student
Dr. Deena Errampalli, President of Canadian Phytopathological society (CPS) presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to CPS student – Craig Moore
Dr. Deena Errampalli, President of Canadian Phytopathological society (CPS) presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to CPS student – Justin Robson 

 

Dr. Brian Beres, President of Canadian Society of Agronomy presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to attend the Botany 2015 meeting to a CSA student.

Dr. Anja Geitmann, President of Canadian society for Plant Biologists (CSPB) presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to attend the Botany 2015 meeting to CSPB student
Dr. Diane Edwards, Secretary of Canadian society for Horticultural Sciences (CSHS) presents Plant Canada student travel award 2015 to attend the Botany 2015 meeting to CSHS students