The Bailey Award was established in honor of Wallace K. Bailey, an eminent peanut scientist and recognizes the best paper presented at the previous year’s Annual Meeting.
The Bailey Award is given to the author(s) of the best paper presented at the APRES Annual Meeting. The Bailey Award was established in honor of Wallace K. Bailey, an eminent peanut scientist.
The award is determined through a two-step process whereby nominations are selected from the oral paper presentations at the APRES Annual Meeting. One nominee is selected from each session category. Nominees are asked to submit a manuscript based on the paper presented at the Annual Meeting. The recipient is decided after critiquing the submitted manuscripts.
- Past Recipients
- Committee Members
- Bailey Award Guidelines: Nomination/Evaluation/Selection
- Judging Form – Oral Presentation (xlsx)
- Judging Form – Manuscripts (xlsx)