This scholarship is given to recognize and promote outstanding research by students in the field of apiculture. The scholarship will consist of a $1000 stipend for research. Undergraduates or graduate students working in North America with Apis are eligible. Nominees must be students of active AAPA members to be eligible for this scholarship. Recipients of this scholarship will be ineligible for future AAPA Student Research Scholarships.
Proposals: Each research scholarship proposal must include a curriculum vitae of the nominee, one letter of recommendation, and a summary of the research problem not to exceed three pages double-spaced. The summary must include objectives, significance and methods. Nominees may also include up to three publication reprints, submitted manuscripts or abstracts of theses or dissertations. The submissions should be electronically sent in PDF files.
Submitting Proposals: Please send your proposal electronically as PDF to:
Ann W. Harman
1214 North Poes Road
Flint Hill, VA 22627
Submission Deadline: Deadline November 1, 2016
The abstract submission deadline for ABRC 2017 is fast approaching!
Submit your abstracts online by November 1st!
A tentative agenda for ABRC 2017 has been posted. See the meeting page for details!
2017 American Bee Research Conference Call for Presentations
The American Association of Professional Apiculturists, Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturists and the Apiary Inspectors of America are joining the 2017 North American Beekeeping Conference & Tradeshow in Galveston, TX on January 12-13, 2016 (all day Thursday and Friday). The full conference is a joint meeting of the American Beekeeping Federation, American Honey Producers Association and the Canadian Honey Council, so it is sure to be a busy and productive venture!
Registration and presentation submission opens September 24! Titles and abstracts must be submitted by November 1, 2016. If you have research to share involving the genus Apis, we welcome your submissions. Abstracts are required at the time of registration. Due to the combined meeting, we may have to select oral presentations, so access to abstracts will help with this process. Posters are also encouraged, and we will have an evening poster session. We are looking forward to an outstanding meeting full of exciting talks and poster presentations, headlined by our keynote speakers, Jeff Pettis and Steve Pernal.
Please note that the deadline for applying for the AAPA Scholarship Award is November first. Please contact Ann Harman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Pre-registration is required for those who wish to present and for AAPA members who want to enjoy a catered lunch during our business meeting on Friday, January 13.
The registration form and meeting info can be found at: http://aapa.cyberbee.net/events/
Please pass this information to your students and any other interested parties. Feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.
We hope you’ll be able to join us in Galveston!