Assistant Professor — soil health, hydropedology
This is a full-time, tenure track, 9-month faculty appointment in College Station – 70% research, 30% teaching. The successful candidate will begin summer or fall of 2020.
The incumbent will provide vision and leadership for an internationally recognized soil health: hydropedology research and teaching program that will address cultural management and ecosystem service contributions of soil health systems, and is expected address critical challenges to soil security and soil health using technically innovative, field-based methods at the intersection of soil physics, hydrology and pedology.
A complete job description and online application link can be found at: https://faculty.tamu.edu Job #: 67608
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