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Dr. Kim Pittcock
Associate Professor of Horticulture
- Ph.D. Texas Tech University (Agronomy, minor in Molecular Biology; specialization in Viticulture)
- M.S. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design)
- B.S. Texas Tech University (Horticulture with emphasis in Nursery Management)
- Plant materials
- Plant Propagation
- Plant Production, Genetics
- American Society for Horticultural Science
- American Society for Horticultural Science - Southern Region
Dr. Pittcock has been with the college for 12 years, serving as Associate Dean since August 2005. She has been a research and development technician for a 300 acre nursery, where she conducted propagation research and developed production protocols for newly introduced species. Dr. Pittcock taught horticulture at Abraham Baldwin Agriculture College for 9 years. While residing in Georgia, she co-owned a greenhouse and nursery business.
Dr. Pittcock manages the Horticulture greenhouses and display gardens. She serves as a member of the Board of the East Arkansas Resource Conservation and Development and on the Advisory Board of the ASU Regional Farmers' Market.