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Assistant Teaching Professor – Agribusiness Marketing

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) at North Carolina State University is seeking a dedicated educator for a full-time 100% teaching position at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor. This nine-month, non-tenure-track position is a recurring fixed-term position with benefits, with an expectation of contract renewal conditional on demonstrated effectiveness in primary responsibilities. The position carries a teaching load of three courses each semester (six courses in an academic year) in the Baccalaureate Degree Program in Agricultural Business Management and the Minor Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program.

This position is an academic (9-month) year position. The successful candidate will actively engage students in learning, teaching a mix of primarily agribusiness marketing (4P), agribusiness management, agricultural finance, and related topics. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to undergraduate student advising, serve as a coach of student competition teams (e.g., in NAMAAAEASAEA competitions), and serve as a liaison between these teams and relevant professional associations. The person filling this position will have the opportunity to work closely with other faculty in related and complementary teaching, extension, and applied research programs. Opportunities for summer employment (distance-education teaching as an example) and grant collaborations are possible.

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Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program Lecturer

The Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics at North Carolina State University is seeking a 9-month 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 will teach on a recurring 9-month term, August through May. The incumbent will teach six courses/sections per year, including ARE 270 (Entrepreneurship I), ARE 370 (Entrepreneurship II), ARE 470 (Entrepreneurship III), Entrepreneurship IV (which is currently offered as a special topic), as well as one or more of the following: ARE 321 (Agricultural Finance), ARE 412 (Advanced Agribusiness Marketing), ARE 404 (Advanced Agribusiness Management), and a course in Agricultural Sales that is currently offered as a special topic.

The instructor will provide academic advising to students in the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Minor and to students in the Department’s Agricultural Business Management major. Opportunities for summer employment and grant collaborations are possible as are opportunities to work with teams in the Agribusiness Clinic. The instructor will be a member of the leadership team responsible for the management of the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Program.

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Extension Associate

Farm Management and Tax Extension Associate (70%): The individual in this position will have nationally recognized expertise focused on farm management and tax issues. The individual will produce education programming through the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service with a focus on income, property, and estate taxation directly affecting North Carolina farm families, rural landowners, and agribusinesses. This individual will engage with various constituent groups and work with other state and area cooperative extension specialists and agents to develop educational programs that meet clientele needs. Information will be disseminated through county cooperative extension faculty and via presentations, websites, publications, conferences, and producer meetings. The incumbent will also collaborate with the NC State University Office of Professional Development to coordinate and conduct the NC State Tax Schools. This will include the provision of programmatic and subject matter expertise for NC State’s Tax School tax education programs. This individual will represent NC State University on the National Farm Income Tax Extension Committee.

Instructor in the ARE Department (30%): This individual will teach 2 courses per year (at the rank of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer) in the NC State undergraduate Agribusiness Management program and/or the Agricultural Institute. Teaching responsibilities will be assigned in accordance with the individual’s expertise and are expected to be closely aligned with the extension program expectations (e.g. taxation and management of farms and agribusinesses).

The individual will also be expected to contribute to student advising.

This individual will also be expected to drive around the state of North Carolina for occasional for meetings, events, etc.

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Director, Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy

CEnREP serves as a focal point for environmental and resource economics research on NC State University’s campus and supports prominent research endeavors such as Camp Resources. The director should be an internationally recognized scholar in the field of environmental and resource economics who will, over time, develop a research program that is relevant to North Carolina. The new director will work with leadership in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to shape CEnREP’s future direction but should continue ongoing CEnREP-sponsored efforts that foster interdisciplinary research. Classroom responsibilities include teaching two courses per year. Student advising at both the graduate and undergraduate levels is also expected.

The candidate must have a Ph.D. in economics, agricultural economics, or related field. A distinguished record of research that merits tenure in ARE is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have: 1) significant prior experience that demonstrates excellence in teaching, student mentoring, grantsmanship, and leadership/administration; 2) achieved the rank of full professor with tenure at a university or college; 3) the ability to engage in outreach and interdisciplinary research; and 4) research interests that overlap with ARE’s expertise in agricultural systems. This position is a nine-month research (45%), teaching (45%) and administrative (10%) tenure-track appointment.

For more information, reach out to Roger von Haefen.

Owens Assistant Professor

The Departments of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Economics in the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University invite applications for the James W. Owens Assistant Professor of International Economics, an endowed tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in international economics. The Owens Assistant Professor of International Economics will hold appointments in both departments. This endowed position is part of an ongoing cross-college collaboration within North Carolina State University, aimed at expanding the area of international economics, that includes a partnership with the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington D.C.

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 department, college and university.

For more information, reach out to Barry Goodwin.

Assistant Professor in Agricultural Marketing and Policy

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at North Carolina State University invites qualified applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor Faculty position in applied microeconomics.  This position will develop an innovative research and teaching program centered on demand, marketing, and policy in the agricultural and food sectors. Potential research areas include, but are not limited to, consumer demand, consumer behavior, human nutrition and health, food safety, food supply chains and risk, new product development, labeling, demand systems, and price transmission. The successful candidate’s research program should complement the current expertise among the ARE faculty and, where appropriate, the faculty in the department of Economics in the Poole College of Management (PCOM). The incumbent will teach an undergraduate course and/or a graduate level course in the joint ARE-Economics graduate program. Inclusiveness and diversity are academic imperatives and thus are university goals. We are particularly interested in candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for students from underrepresented groups.

For more information, reach out to Tom Vukina.

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