Aquaculture Canada & Sea Farmers 2017 Student Affairs

Intro Registration Call for Papers Program Tradeshow Sponsorship Social Events Student Affairs Accommodations

Aquaculture Canada and Sea Farmers 2017 Conference is a great opportunity for students to network with industry, government and academia. Take the centre stage and present your exciting research project. Join in the social events and meet the key industry players. Networking is an exhilarating path to future opportunities.

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS

Get involved! Have fun!
Become a volunteer!
Volunteers are needed for registration, audio visual and silent auction.

For more information, contact:

Bruno Gianasi, Chair, AAC Student Affairs Committee
E-mail: brunolg@mun.ca

Joanne Burry, ACSF17 Conference Manager
E-mail: jmburry@nl.rogers.com

STUDENT AWARDS

Students are an integral part of the annual meetings of the AAC and several sessions are devoted to student activities. For the past 30 years the AAC has provided assistance for students to attend the annual conference and has organized a competition for student presentations, both oral and poster. This year is no different!

Each year AAC awards up to three different types of Student Awards

1) Best student presentation (oral and poster)
2) Student scholarship
3) Student travel awards

This year we are instituting a new award for Best Proceedings contribution by a student. It will come with a monetary award after the papers are submitted for adjudication.

For a complete listing of all eligibility criteria and application requirements for the Student Awards please visit  http://www.aquacultureassociation.ca/awards

Applications should be sent to:
Tom Taylor, Chair, AAC Awards Committee
E-mail: awards@aquacultureassociation.ca
Applications must be received before March 17th , 2017.