Dr. Amaya Atucha and Dr. Claudia Calderon will be teaching a new course this summer called “Hort 375-001: Discovering the World of Wines and Vines”. It will be offered during the 8-week summer session on Mondays and Wednesdays, 5-7:30 PM, and will cover a range of topics from grape production, to wine making and wine appreciation.
Special students, adult career and senior guest auditors welcome!
Enrollment starts in April. Please direct any enrollment questions to Kathryn Jones at email@example.com.
The Department of Horticulture is extremely grateful for the generous donation from Steve and Christa Slinger of Randolph, Wisconsin to establish an endowed graduate fellowship in vegetable crops in the Department of Horticulture. Steve and Christa have had a long association with UW-Madison and with the Department of Horticulture, and have committed a gift of $200,000 to establish this endowed fellowship.
Their gift will receive a “Nicholas Match,” which will double its value to $400,000. In 2015, the Nicholas family pledged to match new gifts toward fellowships at UW-Madison. The Slinger fellowship is to be used at the discretion of the department to support graduate students working with horticulture faculty on research involving vegetable crops.
Steve and Christa have had successful careers as vegetable farmers and continue their efforts to produce high quality crops in the Randolph area. Our department expresses its gratitude to them for this generous gift.