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Assistant Professor – Agricultural/Resource/Environmental Economics
This tenure-track position will be split 50% Teaching and 50% Research. The ideal candidate will be able to contribute to the department’s strengths in both agricultural and environmental/resource economics, but we will give full consideration to candidates from either field. Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining a successful research agenda that produces publications in high-quality peer-reviewed journals; being an effective teacher at the graduate and undergraduate levels; supervising PhD students; and providing service to the profession, department, college and university. The individual holding the position is expected to teach two courses annually, at either the graduate or undergraduate level, depending on departmental needs.
Assistant Extension Professor – Farm Business Management and Agricultural Taxation
This is a non-tenure track position with responsibilities in extension (70%) and teaching (30%) over a recurring 9-month term. The individual in this position will produce extension programming based on their expertise in farm management and tax issues. This individual will teach 2 courses per year in the baccalaureate or associate degree program in agribusiness management or entrepreneurship. Teaching responsibilities will be assigned in accordance with the individual’s expertise and are expected to be closely aligned with the cooperative extension program expectations. The individual will also contribute to undergraduate student advising and author or co-author peer reviewed publications in journals related to their areas of expertise.
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program Lecturer
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University is seeking a non-tenure track lecturer to take a lead role in the department’s Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. The Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program includes an undergraduate Minor in Agricultural Entrepreneurship and an Agribusiness Clinic in which students and faculty undertake entrepreneurship and other business projects sponsored by businesses and other institutions.
This position is non-tenure track teaching over a recurring 9-month term, August through May. The lecturer will teach six courses/sections a year and provide academic advising to students in the Agricultural Entrepreneurship minor and the Department’s Agricultural Business Management major.