Australasian Plant Pathology Society
  Classes of Members
 

Society Members shall consist of:
(a) Ordinary Members;
(b) recipients of the Distinguished Service Award;
(c) Honorary Members;
(d) Fellows;
(e) Student Members;
(f) Emeritus Members;
(g) Associate Members;
(h) Sustaining Members; and
(i) such new or other categories of members as may be established by the Management Committee from time to time.

Any new category of Society member established by the Management Committee cannot be granted voting rights without the approval of the Society in Meeting.

Ordinary Members have the right to:

(a) receive publications, as determined by the Management Committee;

(b) vote at Meetings;

(c) hold elective office;

(d) service on committees;

(e) be eligible for election as a Fellow or recipient of the Distinguished Service Award; and

(f) receive other privileges as determined by the Management Committee.

Recipients of the Distinguished Service Award have the same rights as Ordinary Members, but they are not required to pay the Annual Membership Fee.

Honorary Members have the same rights as Ordinary Members, but they are not required to pay the Annual Membership Fee.

Fellows have the same rights and pay the same annual fees as the class of Members of which they were a part of before being appointed as a Fellow.

Student Members have the same rights as Ordinary Members, but may not hold elected office unless they have attained the age of legal majority.

Emeritus Members have the same rights as Ordinary Members and pay the Emeritus Membership Fee.

Associate Members have the same rights as Ordinary Members, but shall only receive such Society publications as the Management Committee shall determine from time to time.

Sustaining Members have the right to:

(a) be listed in journals published by the Society;

(b) receive a copy of those publications produced by the Society as determined by the Management Committee, including the Society Journal;

(c) have access to the newsletter;

(d) submit articles for publication in the newsletter and the Society Journal in accordance with current requirements applicable to Ordinary Members;

(e) advertise in the newsletter at the current advertising rates;

(f) place a display at the Biennial Conference according to the requirements of the convenors of the Biennial Conference;

(g) arrange an exhibit of its products and/or services at meetings of the Society under conditions to be determined by the Management Committee; and

(h) for corporate memberships, to nominate one representative to act on its behalf as an individual Member for the purpose of voting and exercising other privileges.

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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