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- To begin approximately August 2017 or soon thereafter. For best consideration, all application materials should be submitted by July 28, 2017.
- Manage research projects involving breeding and selection of disease-resistant taro varieties, insect-resistant sweet potato varieties, and disease-resistant koa lines.
- Responsible to organize and conduct state-wide trials of promising taro and sweet potato varieties.
- Assist in conducting statistical analysis, writing reports, manuscripts for peer-reviewed publication, extension bulletins, and applying for grants.
- Teach online course TPSS/NREM 475 Plant Nutrient Diagnosis in the Tropics during Spring 2018.
- Conduct extension activities related to extension plan of work on educating the public about the importance of supporting local agriculture.
- Supervise undergraduate student help.
- Ph.D. from a college or university of recognized standing in agriculture, plant sciences, botany or related field.
- Demonstrated ability as a teacher.
- Demonstrated scholarly achievement.
- Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
- Understanding of plant breeding and/or plant nutrition.
- Demonstrated ability in writing reports, manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals, or extension bulletins.
- Demonstrated ability to compete successfully for extramural grants.
- Demonstrated ability to work harmoniously and effectively in a team.
- Dr. Susan Miyasaka
- College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
- Hawaii County
- 875 Komohana Street
- Hilo, HI 96720
- Dr. Susan Miyasaka; 808-969-8258; email@example.com
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