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North American Arabidopsis Steering Committee Election

NAASC Election 1997 naasc1 at cornell.edu
Mon Nov 10 11:53:37 EST 1997

<x-rich>Dear Colleague,

We are soliciting nominations for election of two new members of the
North American Arabidopsis Steering Committee (NAASC), to replace Pam
Green and Rob Last, who will finish their three year term of service on
December 31. The other current members are Rick Amasino and Daphne
Preuss, who are completing their second year, as well as Jeff Dangl and
Detlef Weigel, who were elected last fall. The NAASC has several roles,
the most important of which are organization of the scientific program
of the International Arabidopsis Meetings, when it is held in North
America, and serving as liason between members of the community and
other organizations (including government, industry and not-for-profit
groups). Membership is for a three year period.

Groundrules for nominations:

Each scientist working with Arabidopsis in North America is eligible to
nominate UP TO TWO individuals who are working in Canada or the US.

Nominations should be made BY EMAIL ONLY, before Monday, November 24th
at 8:00 AM, Eastern Standard Time.

Nominations should be sent to the email address: NAASC1 at cornell.edu

Please only include the <color><param>FFFF,0000,0000</param>names, home
institutions and email addresses</color> of the nominated individuals
in the body of the letter.

We will contact all nominated individuals to ask them whether they are
willing to stand for election.

We look forward to your participation.


Pam Green and Rob Last, for the NAASC

NAASC 1997 Elections

naasc1 at cornell.edu


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