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Career opportunity: Assistant/Associate Professor of Sustainable Fruit Production

We’re we’re looking for a talented individual¬†Assistant/Associate Professor of Sustainable Fruit Production (60% research, 40% teaching).

The candidate is expected to develop and direct an externally-funded, nationally-recognized research program on deciduous fruit production systems with emphasis on understanding interactions between the fruiting plant, management practices, and ecosystems, and applying this knowledge to improve the sustainability of fruit crop production systems.

While the candidate can conduct research within any relevant fruit production system, sufficient expertise in tree fruit systems is expected to enable the candidate to teach both Ecological Orchard Management and Fruit Crop Physiology, and to develop an additional course to be offered to support the plant science curriculum. Participation in curriculum development, student recruitment, and undergraduate and graduate student advising will be a component of the teaching responsibility.

Application review begins August 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

Full position description and application instructions.

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