Western International Forest Disease Work Conference
Outstanding Achievement Award
Each year the august membership of the Outstanding Achievement Award committee solicits nominations for individuals from the WIFDWC membership that have contributed significantly to the field of forest pathology in western North America. Responding to this call, the larger WIFDWC membership takes this opportunity to nominate one of their forest pathology colleagues to be acknowledged for the outstanding contributions they have made.
2017 WIFDWC OOA Nominations are due by August 28th.
Brian Geils accepts his Outstanding Achievement Award at the 64th Annual WIFDWC in Sitka, Alaska. Without exception, the nomination letter and letters in support of the nomination described a creative scientist with a broad range of interests, a high level of enthusiasm and curiosity, and a great guy to be with in the field.
Please see the below announcement for the position:
new full-timeForestry Program Coordinator (#28280) position
is now open. A direct link to the position may be foundhere.
position will be based in Phoenix AZ, and will have statewide responsibilities.
The incumbent will be responsible for providing support to our Department’s
Cooperative Forestry functions, with emphasis in the Forest and Woodland Health program. The first
review of applicants will be Friday, 10 February and will continue until a
suitable candidate is identified. Please visit our website
) to learn more about our programs and what we do.
be considered, applications for this position must be submitted through the
online state job portal (www.azstatejobs.gov); use the search term “Forestry” or use the position
number “28280” to quickly find the position.