Assistant Professor, Alternative Crops and Industrial Hemp
Company: New Mexico State University
Posted on: July 14, 2019
The Agricultural Experiment Station/Farmington, New Mexico State
University is seeking to fill a 12-month, tenure track Assistant
Professor position with a 70% Research; 30% Extension appointment.
Locale: Agricultural Science Center at Farmington, New Mexico, USA.
The successful candidate will provide applied research and
extension expertise in building a research and development program
in new and emerging crops to include industrial hemp. Examples of
relevant research themes include optimizing industrial hemp
cultivation for differing markets, differing soil fertility and
soil health management, exploring water thrifty hemp genetics, hemp
and phytoremediation of abandoned uranium mines, integrated
crop-livestock systems, dual cropping with vegetable row crops for
insect trapping, and cropping systems and practices that enhance
sustainability and/or manage risks due to climate change and
extreme weather events. Research will explore innovative practices
related to hemp agronomics as well as new crops, with
environmental, social, and economic sustainability as important
measures of success. Preferences will be given to candidates with
demonstrated experience working with Native American populations
and/or an understanding of the Southwest regional tribes.
Application must be submitted online by: 8/18/2019. For complete
job description, qualifications and application process visit:
Posting # 1900466F NMSU is an Equal Employment
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women, minorities, people
with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
Address inquires to Dr. Kevin A. Lombard, Search Committee
Chair,New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center at
Farmington,New Mexico State University. PO Box 1018 ,Farmington, NM
87499. Telephone: 505-960-7757. Email: YourMembership.Category:
Education, Keywords: Agriculture - Assistant Professor
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