The Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology seeks 1-2 candidates to fill a one-year, fixed-term position for a visiting assistant, associate, or full professor (or instructor) of Agricultural Economics. The start date would be July 1, 2021 or August 1, 2021. The department will consider new Ph.D.s, ABDs (all but dissertation), and more senior faculty seeking a sabbatical home.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach 4-5 semester-length courses filling department needs and matching the candidate’s abilities, at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Possible course areas include agribusiness management, production economics, econometrics, and environmental economics. The final number and type of courses will be determined in negotiation between the successful candidate and the head of the department. The successful candidate also will be expected to engage in independent and/or joint scholarly work with the department’s research faculty.