TRAFFIC is a joint program between the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). Founded in 1976, it exists as a specialist group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, and works to ensure that trade in wild animals and plants is not a threat to the conservation... Continue Reading →
Job offer – Botanist
By Aurélie Jacquet BI Nutraceuticals, Inc. - Sparks, NV 89434 BOTANIST BI Nutraceuticals, Inc. a leading provider of botanical ingredients to the nutritional supplement industry and the food/beverage industries, is seeking an experienced Botanist. This position is responsible for performing a variety of analyses related to departmental functions; operates lab equipment according to specifications, and... Continue Reading →
SEB student committee needs you!
SEB student committee needs you! By John de la Parra The SEB Student Committee is happy to announce a call for nominations for the SEB Student Committee Member Positions. This is a great opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to network with established members of the SEB community, develop projects with the support of... Continue Reading →
Annual meeting, are you ready?
Annual meeting, are you ready? By Aurelie Jacquet The annual meeting of the Society for Economic Botany is a unique event where ethnobotanists and plant lovers meet to discuss and share their latest discoveries and field experiences in a welcoming and friendly environment! Meet old friends, make new ones and learn more about the student... Continue Reading →
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Quality Control Botany Technician
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Quality Control Botany Technician - Vitality Works (Albequerque, NM) Vitality Works is a fast growing dietary supplement private label and contract manufacturer in Albuquerque, NM, now in our 33rd year. We are diversified and strong in the herbal, nutraceutical, natural products and health professional industries. We are seeking an experienced and motivated... Continue Reading →
Meet the SEB student committee
Meet the SEB student committee By Aurélie Jacquet Would you like to know more about the SEB student committee? We are undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world working together to represent student members of the Society for Economic Botany. Our goal is to develop and provide educational and networking resources for students,... Continue Reading →
Seeking Graduate Student Book Reviewers for Economic Botany
Seeking Graduate Student Book Reviewers for Economic Botany by John de la Parra Hello everyone! Wendy Applequist, the book review editor for Economic Botany, has asked that we get a student book review program going to correspond with the journal’s student reviewer program. She has a fairly diverse selection of books available for review at the... Continue Reading →
SEB Accepting Nominations for the Charles B. Heiser, Jr. Mentor Award
DEADLINE, June 25th, 2015 It's that time again! With registration open for the SEB conference in Clanwilliam, Western Cape, South Africa entitled “Global Vision on Indigenous Plants and Economic Botany” (June 29th to July 2nd, 2015), we would like to call for nominations for the Charles B. Heiser, Jr. Mentor Award. The Student Committee initiated the Award... Continue Reading →
We’re looking for you: Be a SEB Student Committee Member!
The SEB Student Committee is happy to announce a call for applicants for the SEB Student Committee Member Positions. This is a great opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to network with established members of the SEB community, develop projects with the support of the SEB Council, and develop leadership experience. We are seeking... Continue Reading →
Reviewing for Journal of Economic Botany — Are you interested in the publication process?
If so, we are excited to tell you about the initial call for applicants for the Economic Botany Reviewer Board! The Reviewer Board positions are open to doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars interested in gaining experience reviewing primary literature, interacting with other scholars in the field, and understanding the process of bringing a manuscript... Continue Reading →