Viticulture Graduate Assistantship
The Department of Horticulture (Athens Campus) is seeking a graduate student (MS or PhD) with an applied viticulture focus. The research project will focus on cultural practices, such as canopy management, training, and pruning, as they relate to grape quantity and quality in several regionally popular varieties (i.e. Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Cabernet franc, Merlot, Norton). The start date can be as early as May 2017 and as late as August 2017 (fall semester).
Applicants for the MS program need to have a BS in horticulture, food science, plant biology, or closely related field, while applicants for the PhD Program need to have a MS in one of the aforementioned fields. The position comes with a graduate assistantship, which includes a stipend and tuition waiver. Graduate students also have health insurance through the university. The graduate student will pay a $25 matriculation fee/semester, as well as any university fees. For more info, contact Dr. Cain Hickey (email@example.com).