Student Presentation Awards
SFS offers a number of merit awards for student presentations at the annual meeting. See the Student Presentation Awards page for more information.
New Student Presentation Awards
Best Oral or Poster Presentation by an Undergraduate Student
SFS is pleased to announce the creation of a new student presentation award for the best oral or poster presentation by an undergraduate student. The award will include a check for $400 and will cover registration for the subsequent SFS annual meeting. Please direct questions to Peggy Morgan at email@example.com.
Best Oral or Poster Presentation involving Crayfish
SFS and the International Association of Astacology (IAA) are pleased to announce a student presentation award for the best oral or poster presentation involving crayfish. The award will include a $150 check and a 1-year student membership to IAA. Please direct any questions to Brian Helms at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Judges
SFS needs judges for the Student Presentation Awards competition! Please contact Peggy Morgan (email@example.com) if you'd like to help out.
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