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All oral conference presentations recorded on audio cassettes and CDs are available after the National Conference. The audio recordings will also be available to order on-site at the National Conference each year.
Any reproduction of ASEV program content inclusive of symposia, research reports and seminars may only be done by ASEV and its contractors. Purchase of audio or other recordings of ASEV program presentations does not include authorization to post such purchased recordings on any other web site or other form of posting or distribution.
ASEV offers membership classifications for individuals, retired members, and companies. The classifications for individuals include Professional and Student members, and there is an Emeritus member classification for fully retired Professional Members.
If you own a winery, vineyard or other industry-related business and would like to extend your support of ASEV and receive its many benefits, you may want to become an Industrial Affiliate of the ASEV.
A print copy of our quarterly Journal can be added for a nominal fee.
The ASEV Extension Distinction Award recognizes a current extension educator based on his or her outstanding contribution of:
(1) information in enology or viticulture through his or her extension program, or (2) the translation of novel research findings into commercially applicable tools for enologists or viticulturists. The award may be given annually depending upon nominations.
The volunteer Board is the governing body for the entire association. The Executive Committee which is directed by the Board is comprised of the four officers (President, First Vice President, Second Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer).
The ASEV Board of Directors holds regular meetings at least six times a year which are typically held in January, March, May, June, August (includes approval of annual budget) and November. Additionally, the Board conducts an annual retreat to focus on strategic planning in target areas for future years.
The bylaws were revised in June 2013. Contact the ASEV office to request a printed copy of the bylaws.
Article I – Name
The Society shall be a scientific and professional society called The American Society for Enology and Viticulture hereinafter referred to as the Society.
The Society shall derive all authority for its operations and administration directly from these Bylaws and from regulations adopted by its duly elected and appointed members of the Board of Directors.
American Society for Enology and Viticulture Web Link & Logo License Agreement
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