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Aug. 1, 2019 Symposium: Early-career Innovators

Symposium: Early-career innovators in herbarium-enabled research and future-proofing for the next waves of inventiveness. August 1, 2019 7:30 am- 1:00 pm Botany 2019 Conference, Tuscon, Arizona. The Society of Herbarium Curators Early Career Innovators symposium, co-sponsored by iDigBio, will provide a venue for eight current and recent NSF Postdoctoral Fellows to present their herbarium-enabled research.…
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Call for Nominations

This year the Society of Herbarium Curators will elect a new President-Elect, Secretary, and Member-at-Large.  The new Member-at-Large will serve for 3 years, the new Secretary for 4, and the President-Elect will ultimately serve for 5 years (1 year as President-Elect then 2 years as President then 2 years as Past President).  You can read…
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Save the Date – SHC 14th Annual Meeting in Tucson, Arizona

Please join us for the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society of Herbarium Curator in partnership with the Botany 2019 annual meeting in Tucson, Arizona – July 27-31. We will offer a post-Botany symposium entitled: Early-Career Innovators in Herbarium-Enabled Research and Future-Proofing for the Next Waves of Inventiveness. This symposium will feature a series of…
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SHC Student Research Grants Deadline – Feb 1st, 2019

The Society of Herbarium Curators is please to accept proposals for the annual Student Research Grants to support research that contributes to or uses herbarium resources in ways that augment the collections. Two $500 grants will be made to graduate students and one $250 grant will be made to an undergraduate student. Scope: Research that…
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A Herbarium Can Always Use a Few Friends

The University of Montana Herbarium (MONTU) is a facility that belongs to the people of Montana, U.S.A. Although it is housed at the University, it is used by people from many walks of life and from all across the state. As many of us know, smaller natural history museums are losing support from their parent…
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