Visiting Assistant Professor of Agriculture

Wilmington College

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Agriculture

Wilmington College is accepting applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Agriculture on our main campus in Wilmington for the 2021 Spring semester beginning January 11, 2021. The agriculture program is seeking an innovative and collaborative professor to provide hands on experience in the classroom and on the Wilmington College academic farm.

A specialization and/or background in Agronomy would be ideal as the candidate may be required to teach in any of the following modalities: Weed Management, Forages & Grain Crops, Advanced Soils, Organic Farming, Agricultural Computing and World Food Production.

Willingness to teach in multiple modes and delivery formats is preferred. A Master of Agriculture is required, Ph.D. preferred.

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