Assistant Professor of Plant-Insect Interactions Ecology
The Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences seeks a talented and collaborative colleague who will embrace a multidisciplinary approach to a mechanistic understanding of plant-insect interactions ecology. The successful candidate will link to departmental strengths in plant ecology, entomology, ecosystem biogeochemistry, environmental biology, and ecology to address critical fundamental and applied questions related to plant-insect interactions in agriculturally managed and natural ecosystems, with a potential to focus on dynamics at the interface between these using a systems approach. This is a nine-month (academic year), tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level with research (55%), teaching (35%), and service (10%) responsibilities funded
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