M.Sc. and/or Ph.D. Opportunities
If you are interested in the interactions between variety, environment and management in tree fruit and want to be part of a collaborative lab group with strong connections to both industry and basic research, contact Lee Kalcsits, Assistant Professor, Tree Fruit Physiology at your convenience with your CV and an expression of interest. Undergraduates, if you are looking for summer employment and research experience, please contact me during the academic year with a statement of interests and resume. I welcome students that are eager to learn, interested in tree physiology and enjoy working outdoors!
Wenatchee, WA is located on the eastern edge of the Cascade Mountains and enjoys approximately 300 days of sunshine per year. There are endless outdoor recreation opportunities near Wenatchee including world-class hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, mountaineering and white-water rafting. Wenatchee, WA is also in the heart of the US tree fruit industry where more than 50% of apples, cherries and pears grown in the United States are grown.
More information on graduate studies in the Department of Horticulture at Washington State University can be found at http://horticulture.wsu.edu/graduate-programs/
WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center
1100 North Western Ave.
Wenatchee, WA 98801