Mycology Group Spotlights

Want to meet folks with similar interests or identities and expand your network? Check out some of these great mycology groups! If you represent a group and would like to be showcased here and on our monthly newsletter, please fill out this form with your information!

  • International Congress of Armenian Mycologists

    International Congress of Armenian Mycologists

    International Congress of Armenian Mycologists ICAM is the International Congress of Armenian Mycologists! They are currently based at: Purdue University, Case Western Reserve University,  and University of California, Riverside Let us know a little bit of your organization! This group was founded by: Claudia Bashian-Victoroff, Arik Joukhajian, Patricia Kaishian, Tania Kurbessoian The International Congress of …

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  • University of Minnesota Mycology Club

    University of Minnesota Mycology Club

    University of Minnesota Mycology Club Formed in 2012, the University of Minnesota Mycology Club is a platform for learning, teaching and celebrating fungal biology. Their aim is to unify the diversity of fungal knowledge around the campus and community through educational lectures, hands-on workshops, outreach and forays. It is a graduate student-organized university club whose …

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  • Prairie States Mushroom Club

    Prairie States Mushroom Club

    Prairie States Mushroom Club Imagine this: it’s a misty Iowa morning, and a small group of stick-and-basket-wielding mushroom enthusiasts has gathered near a stand of trees. The club members—some carrying small hand shovels, some carrying camera equipment, and all wearing hiking boots—spread out in the forest, only reconvening when someone whistles or calls to the …

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