That is correct that we are only hiring one position which is the Horticulturalist (link below – deadline next Wed). Our other position is not advertised yet but did not go to Wenatchee (that was funded by new money). But ours will not likely be a pear breeder.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com On Behalf Of Mahoney, Lise Sent: Friday, December 7, 2018 10:57 AM To: 'RosEXEC Group' firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [Rosexec-list] October 18 Meeting minutes revised - just a few more items
Please find a revised doc based on edits that I have received so far from Mercy, Nahla, Ksenija, and Zhongchia. There are a few additional clarifications needed that remain in red font in the doc and that I’ve listed here for your convenience.
1. Who approved and who seconded the minutes in October? I am working on recognizing everyone’s voices but I’m not there yet. 😊
1. Margaret – can you repeat your update on blackberries?
1. Someone noted that a lot of US Funding is going to International efforts. Referred to Article in Science – week of August 17. Who noted this? Mercy and I could not find the article and so this will be deleted from minutes unless the someone can clarify.
1. Chris Dardick (USDA-ARS) got an approval to hire two scientists soon: 1. Breeding for Pears to focus on rootstocks, and 2. Horticultural position. Nahla’s understanding is that this went to the USDA ARS unit is Wenatchee and it is not clear if rootstock or scion breeding?
Thank you and best regards,
Lise L Mahoney, Ph D Research Assistant Professor University of New Hampshire Kendall Hall, 214 129 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824
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