Tenure-track position in a vibrant and growing undergraduate and graduate program
in Nutrition and Food Science. Appointment includes research, curriculum
development, and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in
environmental nutrition and/or nutrition and older adults. Faculty members
are expected to be active scholars, to advise students, and to participate
in department, college and university committees and activities.
Earned doctorate in nutrition, food science, or related field, with
expertise in environmental nutrition or nutrition and older adults. A
Registered Dietitian highly preferred. Candidates must demonstrate a
well-defined research agenda and evidence of scholarly activities.
The department and the College
of Education and
Human Services are committed to student and faculty diversity and value the
educational benefits that derive from such diversity. We are seeking
candidates who demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively in and with
socially, culturally, and economically diverse communities; have a
commitment to education for social justice, democratic practice, and
critical thinking; and are interested in addressing issues of diversity in
research, teaching, and curriculum development.