Friends of Southern IPM

We are now accepting Nominations for the 2021 Friends of Southern IPM Awards

Nomination Deadline: January 15, 5pm, EST

 

Overview

Each year, the Southern IPM Center recognizes those with extraordinary potential to contribute to the development and implementation of research, extension, or implementation of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in the Southern region of the United States. 

The award program generally gets submissions from college deans, department heads, and other administrative personnel who are not usually involved directly in IPM programs but may interact or supervise students or faculty who are involved in IPM research or extension.

 

The award categories are as follows:

Professional

Bright Idea

IPM Implementer

IPM Educator

Pulling Together

Future Leader

Lifetime Achievement

 

Graduate Student

Masters

Doctoral

 

Click the boxes below to access the request for nominations according to the category:

Download Professional Call for Nominations Here

Download Graduate Student Call for Nominations Here


Past Friends of IPM Recipients

Student and professional award recipients are invited to participate in future award panels to assist with selection of new winners.

 

2020

Professional

Bright Idea: Jawwad Qureshi, University of Florida (ENT)

IPM Implementer:  Dini Miller, Virginia Tech (ENT)

IPM Educator:  Raghuwinder (Raj) Singh, Louisiana State University (PLP)

Future Leader: Lauren Diepenbrock, University of Florida (ENT)

Lifetime Achievement:  Michael Merchant, Texas A&M University (ENT)

 

Graduate Student

Masters: Shelly Pate, UT Knoxville

Doctoral: Seth Dorman, Virginia Tech


2019

Professional

Bright Idea: Bhabesh Dutta, UGA (Plant Pathology)

IPM Implementer: Phillip M. Roberts, UGA (ENT)

IPM Educator: Jim Walgenbach, NCSU (ENT)

Pulling Together: One nomination received was not recommended for the award.

Future Leader: David Coyle, Clemson (Forestry)

Lifetime Achievement: Timothy Brenneman, UGA (Plant Pathology)

 

Graduate Student

Masters: Matthew A. Borden, University of Florida

Doctoral: Lina Bernaola, Louisiana State University