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Position available: Assistant Professor of Row Crop and Forage Entomology

The Division of Plant Sciences in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) at the University of Missouri (MU) seeks an Assistant Professor and State Extension Specialist in the area of row crop and forage entomology. This is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty position, with an appointment of 70% extension and 30% research, and located on the MU campus in Columbia, MO. Continue reading

University of the Virgin Islands seeks Extension Specialist

The University of the Virgin Islands is recruiting for the following position:

Extension Specialist III – Pest Management

University of the Virgin Islands Cooperative Extension Service (St. Croix)

The deadline to apply is November 30, 2015.

Please see link below for details.

https://careers.uvi.edu/postings/1061

Extension Specialist in Weed Science for Turfgrass, Landscapes, Pastures and Forages

Nature and Purpose: This is a search for an Extension Specialist in Weed Science for Turfgrass, Landscapes, Pastures and Forages at the assistant or associate professor level. The position is tenure-track or, if appropriate, tenured. The Specialist is a member of the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology and provides statewide leadership to county and state faculty and others serving the turfgrass, landscape, pasture and forage industries and related fields. The Specialist provides expertise in weed science through research and interpretation of research results in the area of improved management and environmental practices, including weed ecology and management. The Specialist develops and coordinates the materials and resources supporting county and state educational programming in weed science and management. Through research and engagement with the New Jersey turfgrass, landscape, pasture and forage industries, the Specialist provides support for the long-term health of these industries and serves as a critical bridge in networking with allied fields. Continue reading

Extension Specialist in Weed Science for Specialty Crops

Nature and Purpose: This is a search for an Extension Specialist in Weed Science for Specialty Crops at the assistant or associate professor level. This 12-month position is tenure track or, if appropriate, tenured. The Specialist is a member of the Department of Plant Biology and provides statewide leadership to county and state faculty and others serving the specialty crop (small fruit, tree fruit, vegetable, wine grapes, Christmas trees, floriculture, and nursery) industries. The Specialist provides expertise in weed science through research and interpretation of research results in the areas of weed ecology and improved management and environmental practices, including integrated crop (pest) management. The Specialist develops and coordinates the materials and resources supporting county and state educational programming in weed science and management. Through research and engagement with the New Jersey specialty crops industries, the Specialist provides support for the long-term health of these industries and serves as a critical bridge in networking with allied fields. The Specialist participates in undergraduate and/or graduate teaching and advises undergraduate and/or graduate independent research projects in the field of expertise. Continue reading