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Positions available: Spring 2023 at the University of Georgia, Department of Horticulture: Applications received by October 1, 2022 (*international student deadline September 1, 2022), are assured full consideration; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The successful candidate is expected to conduct research in the following area: Nutrient dynamics as based on yield, rootstocks, and ripening time.
- ─ B.S. (or M.S.) degree in horticulture, plant pathology, agronomy, entomology, or a related field
- ─ A minimum GPA of 3.0.
- ─ Excellent demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.
- ─ A demonstrated commitment to high-quality research
Please refer to Admissions Requirements before proceeding.
international student deadline September 1, 2022
Contact Dr. Dario Chavez for more information: Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org