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FARM AND INDUSTRY SHORT COURSE (FISC) DIRECTOR CALS/UNDRGRD PRG & SRV Madison
The Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC) is a 16-week educational program designed to prepare students for careers in agriculture. The program is operated by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been offered each winter since 1885. The curriculum covers crops, dairy, meat animals, soils, farm equipment, finance, management, marketing, and more, and is taught by CALS faculty and staff, and by ad hoc instructors hired specifically to support the program. FISC operates two residence halls (Humphrey and Jorns Halls) that house the majority of the students enrolled in the program; the residence halls operate as a short-term housing option when FISC is not in session. The Director is responsible for oversight of all aspects of operating this revenue-generating program, including marketing, recruitment, admissions, curricula, academic policies, advising, commencement, facilities, budget, alumni relations, fundraising, personnel supervision, and strategic planning.
BIOLOGY MAJOR ADVISOR CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
The Biology Program is seeking an outgoing, talented individual to join our student services team. Our faculty, staff, and students have created a vibrant place to learn, teach, and conduct research, a place rich in opportunity, ideas, creativity, and resources, and a place where people can flourish and discover their own potential. Because we engage people with widely differing backgrounds, talents, perspectives, and styles, we achieve excellence through diversity.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING:ADVANCED MACHINERY SYSTEMS CALS/BIO SYS ENGR Madison
The Department of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking an outstanding researcher and effective instructor to fill a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level. This position will specialize in advanced machinery systems engineering for the efficient and environmentally sustainable production of food, animal feed, energy feedstock and bio-products.
FACULTY IN COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY CALS/COMM & ENVIRON SOC Madison
We seek an outstanding teacher and vigorous researcher to improve the ability to understand and intervene on intersecting social causes and consequences of environmental health issues.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/AGRONOMY Madison
This position is responsible for conducting supervised research in the cereals (Oat, Wheat, Barley) breeding and quantitative genetics group. The objective of this research program is to breed cereals for more sustainable agricultural systems by working on the study of complex quantitative traits and the development, comparison, and deployment of new methodologies for quantitative genetics data analysis for plant breeding. We use genomic data to unveiling new genetic diversity to deploy in breeding programs using state of the art phenotyping and genotyping platforms. The breeding and research program involves managing more than 10,000 small field plots in West Madison and Arlington Research Stations in Wisconsin, as well as specific tasks at other experimental stations and farms in Wisconsin under conventional and organic management practices.
HS INTERNSHIP INSTRUCTOR G SERV/PEOPLE PGM-HIGH SCHOOL Madison
Develop course curriculum for a range of subjects based on a college major for pre-college students. Teach curriculum to high school students. Grade coursework as appropriate. Please make sure your cover letter addresses which position you would like to be considered for. See additional information for subject areas. This year we expect that the following subjects will need an instructor: Math & Finance, Art, Athletic Training & Rehabilitation, Bio/Chemical Engineering, CALS, Business & Marketing, Asian Studies, Linguistics/ Communication Arts, Computer Science & Engineering, Dance, Education, Engineering, Social Studies (Women's Studies, HDFS, Sociology), Architecture, Law & Politics, UW Health (Pharmacy), Physics, and Psychology PEOPLE will attempt to find applicable employment internships for the students in the field of study. If an internship site is secured, the instructor will teach in the morning and the students will attend the employment site in the afternoon. If no suitable internship site is secured, the instructor will teach classes in the morning and afternoon.
WEED SCIENCE RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/AGRONOMY Madison
The UW-Madison Cropping Systems Weed Science Lab seeks a research specialist to manage field and laboratory research. The Lab conducts field-based research to improve weed management recommendations for corn, soybeans, and small grains in Wisconsin.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - GENETICS CALS/GENETICS Madison
The Laboratory of Genetics is looking for a researcher that has some lab experience. A successful candidate will be a highly organized, independent, and creative individual, capable of working alone and as a part of a team. Do you fit the job description? Please apply!
WILDLIFE TECH CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL California
Opportunity to participate in a long-term population and habitat ecology study of the California Spotted Owl in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Employee will conduct surveys for California spotted and barred owls, re-sight color bands, assess owl reproductive status, locate nest trees, assist in banding owls, locate owls using telemetry equipment, conduct vegetation surveys, and care for all equipment and vehicles. Position will begin in spring and last through August 17, 2018.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/FOOD SCIENCE Madison
Our lab studies the molecular mechanisms of bacterial signaling and virulence. We take a multi-disciplinary approach involving bacterial physiology, protein chemistry, mass spectrometry, and immunology. The successful applicants will have research and management responsibilities in the lab.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - FOREST ECOLOGY CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Madison
Here is a rewarding and challenging opportunity to conduct research and teach in forest ecology. Ideally, the successful candidate will focus on forest and landscape responses to change agents and the manipulation of forest structure and composition. Our new colleague will create a vibrant research program and make meaningful contributions in teaching; and mentoring undergraduates, graduates, and trainees. The Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is internationally known for its research, teaching, and outreach and we are eager to welcome a new colleague to work and collaborate with us.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - INSECT VECTOR BIOLOGIST / INSECT PHYSIOLOGIST CALS/ENTOMOLOGY Madison
The Department of Entomology in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks an Assistant Professor specializing in the Physiological and Molecular Interactions between Insect Vectors of Human and Animal Diseases and their Associated Microbes.
TENURE-TRACK FACULTY IN GENETICS CALS/GENETICS Madison
The Department of Genetics in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks an Assistant Professor specializing in fundamental aspects of inheritance or its phenotypic manifestation.
FACULTY IN BIOCHEMISTRY CALS/BIOCHEMISTRY Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Biochemistry (biochem.wisc.edu), requests applications for an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor faculty position with an outstanding record of teaching and research relevant to high-resolution cryo-electron microscopy of biomolecules or cellular function. This faculty position is a tenure-track or tenured position, which requires a Ph.D. in Biochemistry or related field. Candidates for a tenured position must possess a sustained record of professional achievement as indicted by outstanding sponsored research and publications, teaching, and demonstrated leadership activities in the field over a minimum of at least 4 years. The successful candidate will bring both exceptional potential to advance a contemporary area of cellular or molecular biosciences and strength in the science of cryo-electron microscopy. An emphasis in single-particle structures, cryo-electron tomography, or both is expected. The candidate will carry out a vigorous, externally funded research program at the forefront of the application or development of cryo-electron microscopy, or both. The candidate will also teach graduates and undergraduates in the Biochemistry curriculum. Candidates who have already identified active, compelling biological research interests suitable for investigation using cryo-electron microscopy; who show exemplary skills in public presentation, teaching and scholarly writing; and who have interests in participating in the sustainable operation of state-of-the-art research infrastructure at UW-Madison are highly desirable. Early-stage investigators, those with more established research programs, and those with diverse backgrounds, worldwide, are invited to apply.

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