Clemson is hiring an Agricultural Insect Ecologist

Clemson is hiring an Agricultural Insect Ecologist position – it is now open for Job Opportunityapplications:

Go to the above link for more info and to apply. Sept. 9 is the deadline.

“Clemson University is recruiting an Agricultural Insect Ecologist for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level (anticipated as a 12-month appointment with an initial 50% Research, 50% Teaching split). The position will reside within the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, and will be located on the University’s main campus in Clemson, South Carolina. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a nationally-recognized, extramurally funded research program, actively engage in the work of the department and the entomology program, be engaged in the national and international entomological community, and mentor undergraduate and graduate students. Research areas should complement existing programs in agricultural biology and arthropod biodiversity. Particularly desirable areas include pollination ecology, plant-insect interactions, parasitoid biology, or other areas related to agricultural ecology. Initial teaching responsibilities will include courses in Agricultural Entomology, Integrated Pest Management, and a course related to the candidate’s specialty, in addition to other agreed courses as program needs evolve.


Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Entomology or a closely related discipline, with a strong record of research, grantsmanship, and publication in the area of agricultural entomology.

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