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Student Poster Session Highlights Plant Propagation Research

Dear IPPS ER Members,

We are excited to announce an upcoming event that promises to showcase the innovative spirit and research prowess of our student members: the Student Poster Session on Plant Propagation Research!

September 23-27, our IPPS ER chapter will host a poster symposium where students will present their work in the field of plant propagation. This event serves as a platform for students to share their discoveries, exchange ideas, and foster collaboration

within our community.

What to Expect: The poster session will feature a diverse array of research projects, spanning various aspects of plant propagation.

Key Highlights:

  • Student Presentations: Witness the dedication of our student researchers as they present their findings through visually captivating posters.
  • Interactive Discussions: Engage with presenters one-on-one to delve deeper into their research methodologies, results, and implications.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow IPPS ER members, industry professionals, and academia to expand your network and forge new collaborations.

How to Participate:

  • Attend: Mark your calendars and join us for this exciting event! Your presence and support are invaluable in fostering the next generation of plant propagators.
  • Present: Are you a student researcher interested in showcasing your work? Submit your poster abstract to secure your spot as a presenter.
  • Poster Outline: https://ena.ipps.org/uploads/docs/posterhowtoippser18.pdf

Get Involved: We encourage all IPPS ER members to actively participate in this enriching event. Whether you're a seasoned professional, an aspiring researcher, or simply passionate about plant propagation, your involvement

contributes to the success of our community.

We look forward to your participation and the opportunity to celebrate the innovative spirit of our student researchers. Together, let's cultivate a brighter future for plant propagation research!

Warm regards,

Jeff Martindell, Co-Chair Research and Poster Committee