MS/PhD assistantship available to work on bermudagrass mite

The turf and ornamentals entomology program at Clemson University is looking for a MS or PhD student to work on a project developing management approaches for bermudagrass mite in turfgrass system. A MS project will evaluate integrated cultural and chemical management approaches against bermudagrass mite, whereas a PhD project will include additional studies  to understand the life cycle and seasonal biology/pest status of bermudagrass mite. Most project activities will be conducted at Pee Dee Research and Education Center (in Florence, SC), and sod farms and golf courses along the coastal plains of SC.

Self-sufficiency, good writing skill, good data management habits and attention to detail are essential qualities.

To apply, email CV, a list of references, and a sample of scientific or popular press writing (draft manuscript, class project paper, thesis, etc.) to juanghc@clemson.edu.

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