ASPB Membership Dues Discount for Scientists in Developing Nations

Over the years many from plant scientists from developing nations have told us that, much as they wish to join ASPB, there simply isn’t sufficient funding for them to do so. In an effort to redress this situation, a least a bit, beginning right now ASPB will start offering a member dues discount to scientists in certain developing countries. We will be using the World Bank Classification to determine the countries in which resident plant scientists will be eligible for these discounts.

In countries classified by the World Bank as a Low Income Economies, residents will get a 50% discount on advertised ASPB membership dues.  In countries classified as Lower Middle Income Economies, residents will get a 33% discount on membership dues. We are hoping these membership discounts will allow residents of those countries to join ASPB.

If you are eligible, the discount will apply automatically based on the address you provide in your profile or during the join process.

If you have any questions, please contact shoshana@aspb.org.

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