Faculty Positions within Soil and Crop Sciences-TAMU

Faculty Positions

 

Soils

  • Assistant Professor – Soil Carbon
    This position is a 10-month, tenure-eligible faculty position – 60% research, 40% teaching. The position is expected to 1) teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels, 2) secure extramural funding sufficient to sustain a vibrant research program that includes the training of undergraduate and graduate students, 3) publish in top-tier journals in his or her field, and 4) meet all other expectations of a major land grant institution. The successful candidate will teach core undergraduate soil science courses, two semesters per year (one course per semester) and have the opportunity to develop a graduate course in soil carbon dynamics or similar subject.
    Complete Description and Qualifications
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    Or apply at: GreatJobs.tamu.edu Job NOV number:10486

 

Turfgrass

  • Assistant Professor & Extension Turfgrass Specialist – Dallas
    This position is a 12-month, non-tenure track position responsible for leadership in the north Texas region and development of educational programs and materials related to the environmental management of home lawns, golf courses, and sports fields in Texas. The successful candidate will interact with extension Regional Program Leaders, county extension agents, and other extension specialists and research faculty to develop successful programs and educational materials designed to help Texas turf producers manage water resources in a sustainable manner. The candidate will also provide leadership in turf weed/pest management.
    Complete Description and Qualifications
    To Apply: copy and paste this link in your browser: greatjobs.tamu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=194066
    or go to GreatJobs.tamu.edu and search Job NOV number:10343
  • Assistant Professor & Extension Turfgrass Specialist – College Station
    The position is a 12-month, non-tenure track position responsible for statewide leadership in development of educational programs and materials related to environmentally
    sustainable management of home lawns, golf courses, and sports fields in Texas. The successful candidate will interact with extension Regional Program Leaders, county extension agents, and other extension specialists and research faculty to develop successful programs and educational materials designed to help Texas turf managers utilize water and other resources in a sustainable manner. The candidate will also provide leadership in turf weed/pest management.
    Complete Description and Qualifications
    To Apply: copy and paste this address in your browser: greatjobs.tamu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=194066
    or go to GreatJobs.tamu.edu and search Job NOV number:10343

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