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AWARDS

Student award “Appreciation for the Natural History of Insect Pests” 2015

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The award: $500 awarded annually to one recipient.
Who is eligible: University students regardless of their geographic location.
Due date: December 31st 2015
Selection criteria and conditions: The committee will award $500 to the student who in the given year has published the most interesting and inspiring research paper on

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Annual TREE Student Research Prize Winners for 2014 Announced

Annual Student Award for the Appreciation for the Biology of Insect Pests
We are proud to announce the winners for the third year of the Award: 2014. We had a record number of submissions and the submitted papers were of outstanding quality! Submissions were received from students all

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Dr. Margaret D. Lowman named Distinguished Explorer Award recipient for 2014

Originally from Roy Chapman Andrews Society:

Distinguished Explorer Award Winner Announced
Dr. Margaret D. Lowman, nicknamed the “real-life Lorax” by National Geographic and “Einstein of the treetops” by Wall Street Journal, pioneered the science of canopy ecology. The Chief of Science & Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences,

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Congratulations Winners of the 2013 Student Award for the Appreciation for the Biology of Insect Pests

Annual Student Award for the Appreciation for the Biology of Insect Pests
We are proud to announce the winners for the second year of the Award: 2013. Over 20 submissions were received from students all around the world, all works of great passion for insects, full of intriguing

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Student award “Appreciation for the Natural History of Insect Pests”

The award: $500 awarded annually to one recipient. Sponsored by the TREE Foundation in Sarasota, FL.
Who is eligible: University students regardless of their geographic location.
Due date: Each year on December 31st
Selection criteria and conditions: The selection committee will award $500 to the student who in the given

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Congratulations Winners of the 2012 Student Award for the Appreciation for the Natural History of Insect Pests

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Annual Student Award for the Appreciation for the Biology of Insect Pests
We are proud to announce the winners for the year 2012. Over 20 submissions were received from students all around the world, all works of great passion for insects, full of intriguing discoveries. The quality of

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Annual Student Award for the Appreciation for the Natural History of Insect Pests

UDPATE (11/6/2012): Winners announced!
The purpose of the award
The award serves to promote the study of unexplored aspects of natural history of insect pests. Due to their success in the competition with humans, these insect groups are often condemned as harmful, while their remarkable qualities and peculiarities remain

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