The viticulture position at Virginia Tech is open

The job description for a tenure-track extension and research viticulturist (aka “Tony Wolf’s position” for those familiar with our program), at Virginia Tech, has been posted: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/522192/viticulturist-assistant-prof

This position is located at the Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag. Research & Extension Center of Virginia Tech in Winchester, VA. This is an Assistant Professor position with equal appointments in research and extension and a tenure home in the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech. The position is an academic year (9-month) appointment. The successful candidate will develop a nationally-recognized, externally-funded research and extension program principally focused on wine grapes, but with opportunities to conduct table grape and small fruit research as funding and partnerships are developed.

Applicants are welcome to contact me if they need any clarification or have any questions. If you know of anyone who is qualified and interested, please share this announcement.

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  1. Thank you Mizuho. I’m glad Tony’s former position is open. You and your team have done imeasurable good for Zephaniah and all wine growers in Virginia. The research your team has done at the ARACS has lead the way to grow the best wine ever in Virginis. I sincerely hope ARACS will continue to lead the way to continued improvementnin in Virginia Viticulture which will result in the highest quality wine Virginia has ever grown.

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