Morning - Half-Day 
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Writing your CV and translating it into a public-facing website
 Organized by Botanical Society of America's Student Representatives:            
  • Ioana Angel, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Eli Hartung, Kansas State University
A Working Group to Summarize Newly Described Vascular Plant Taxa in North America North of Mexico from 1995-2019
Organized by:  
  • Dr. Neil Snow; Pittsburg State University
  • Dr. Sarah Jacobs; California Academy of Sciences

Supporting inclusive and sustainable research infrastructure for systematics (SISRIS) by connecting scientists and their specimens

Do you make or use herbarium specimens as part of your research? Are you interested in learning how to better document your botanical expertise and contributions to collections-based research by using the latest web-based informatics tools? Are you curious as to how these tools may also be used to advance research, improve collections management as well as build a more inclusive historical record by revealing hidden figures in botany? If so, please consider applying to attend the half-day SISRIS workshop at Botany2023 Sunday, July 23. We encourage individuals from all career stages and institution types to apply. Stipends for participation are available to defray the cost of attending, including dependent care, sponsored by the US National Science Foundation. Attendance is capped at 30 in-person participants.

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Organized by:  
  • Shawn Krosnick,  Tennessee Tech University, Department of Biology and Hollister Herbarium 
  • Andrea Weeks, George Mason University, Department of Biology and Ted R. Bradley Herbarium