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USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station- Paid Opportunities
Multiple positions at the Allegheny National Forest (Irvine, PA) to assist with data collection for several different collaborative projects, including emerald ash borer, blight-resistant chestnut, and deer effects on understory vegetation. Experience wi ...
Fall Undergraduate Research Week, workshop, Faculty Perspectives on Research
20 Page Hall. RSVP on event website. ...
Archive 2007 2008
for exceptional service as faculty research mentors for undergraduates. Amanda Hayes and Nick ...
Tea Meulia Adjunct Associate Professor, Plant Pathology, and Director, Molecular and Cellular Imaging Center Director firstname.lastname@example.org (330) 263-3836 25 Selby Hall, Wooster Website > Molecular and Cellular Imaging Center ...
(Fraxinus spp.). Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 30: 242-245. Whitehill JG, Opiyo SO, Koch JL, Herms DA, ... Schilb, J.S. Lehman, G. Cristinzio, and P. Bonello. 2005. First report of Phytophthora insolita and ...
TerrAqua Volunteering Opportunity
The YMCA has a small wetland outside of the building and is looking for help with litter cleanup, environmental outreach and more. TerrAqua is organizing to go there and help out. They will be meeting at 9:00 a.m. but the location has yet to be determined ...
Carterville Fish and Wildlife Job Opportunities
The following jobs are for the Carterville Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and our new satellite office and will be located in Wilmington or Marion Illinois (Candidates can apply for either or both- depending on the position). The jobs will be wor ...
David M. Bisaro
David M. Bisaro Courtesy Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics email@example.com (614) 292-3281 201 Rightmire Hall, Columbus ...
Deshpal Verma Courtesy Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 292-3625 240 Rightmire Hall, Columbus ...
Charles (Chuck) Curtis
Charles (Chuck) Curtis Professor Emeritus Dr. Charles R. Curtis served Chair of the Department of Plant Pathology from 1984-1996, after which he returned to teaching until his retirement in 2007. His primary interests were students, teaching, innovative ...