1-Week On-Line Registration: Postharvest Technology Short Course
The Postharvest Technology Short Course is an intensive study of technological procedures used for handling fruits, nuts, vegetables, & ornamentals in California. It is designed for research & extension workers, quality control personnel and other professionals interested in current advances in postharvest technology of horticultural crops.
Use the form below to enroll in the 1-week session of the Postharvest Technology Short Course. If you are interested in enrolling in the 2-week session that includes the field tour, please enroll here.
The 1-Week (lecture-only) section of the Postharvest Technonlogy Short Course is limited to 45 participants. Enrollment will be handled on a first-paid, first-enrolled basis.
The 2015 1-Week (Lecture-only) Postharvest Short Course will be held June 15-19, 2015. Check-in will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, June 15th at the UC Davis ARC Ballroom. The week will consist of lectures and labs and will be held on the campus. The last lecture will end at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 19th.
We invite you to register for this informative short course:
- On-line with your credit card, via our secure server, by completing the form below, or by
- Faxing or mailing the Registration Form portion of the 2015 Postharvest Short Course Brochure along with your payment information;
The 1-Week enrollment fee of $2075 includes all classroom instruction, lab activities, course materials, morning and afternoon coffee breaks, Monday through Friday lunches, and a barbeque dinner on Tuesday evening.
Registration is requested no later than May 15, 2015, and will be made on a first-paid, first-served basis. A waiting list will be available for additional registrants. Please note that refunds, less a $200 processing fee, will be granted if requested no later than May 15, 2015.
Housing and Meals. Please note that participants are responsible for their own housing (reservations and payment) during the first week of the course. Please see the Postharvest Technology Short Course Web page for additional information.
Please note that students are responsible for their own meals except those specifically noted as included with the registration fee.
Tobacco Free. Effective January 1, 2014, no smoking or use of other tobacco product are allowed on the UC Davis campus.
Campus Bike Rental. The UC Davis campus is the largest in the entire University of California system (5,300 acres). The Bike Barn offers rental bicycles to help speed your navigation around campus.
Internet Access. Postharvest Short Course participants will be provided access to a non-secured campus guest wireless account. UC Davis procides a number of wireless access points on the campus, including the UC Davis ARC Ballroom where we'll be meeting the first week, as well as the Segundo Dining Commons, the Memorial Union, and Shields Library.
Parking. Daily campus parking permits cost $9/day and during the first week may be purchased at kiosks near the entrance of the parking lot.
Airport Information. The closest airport to Davis is Sacramento International (a 25 minute drive). San Francisco and Oakland International airports are about a 1.5 hour drive.
Please see our Welcome to Davis page that provides information on travel to Davis, including airport shuttle and taxi services, and train and bus travel.
For course content questions, please contact our technical content coordinator: Elizabeth Mitcham
For registration information please contact Penny Stockdale, registration coordinator.