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UC Davis is recruiting for an Assistant Professor of Urban Horticulture

The Department of Plant Sciences at UC Davis is recruiting for an Assistant Professor of Urban Horticulture.

This is a tenure track position with a focus on applying fundamental plant biological, crop physiological or ecological concepts in the context of urban ecosystem functioning.  Areas of research could include, but are not limited to environmental horticulture, urban agriculture, indoor food production, precision application of water and nutrients, the use of plants in sustainable green design, or ecological restoration of polluted lands. Continue reading

Postdoctoral Scholar in aquatic plant weed control and restoration at UC Davis

The Gornish lab at the University of Arizona and the Grosholz lab at the University of California, Davis, seek a postdoctoral scholar to manage a weed control and restoration project fully funded by the California Delta Conservancy and the California Department of Water Resources, entitled ‘Investigations of restoration techniques that limit invasion of tidal wetlands.’ Continue reading

UC Davis post doctoral postion: Spotted Wing Drosophila Population Biology and Management

Post-doctoral fellowship to study the biology of spotted wing drosophila (SWD) populations in California’s agricultural landscapes, and to conduct research on novel management methods. This work will be based in the laboratory of Dr. Frank Zalom, Distinguished Professor and Extension Entomologist, Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616. Continue reading