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WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN - ACOUSTICS-PEERY LAB CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL California
Up to ten field technicians are needed to undertake field work for bioacoustics research projects throughout the Sierra Nevada region in California, approximately from April 18-July 31, 2022. This monitoring program uses autonomous recording units to survey for avifauna and provide information for research and management of forest owls and songbirds.
HERD HEALTH SPECIALIST CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Madison
The Dairy Cattle Center within the heart of the UW-Madison campus is looking for a hardworking, dedicated animal care staff member to work with and care for the animals at the facility. The Department of Animal and Dairy Science has this industry leading research facility right here on the UW campus that houses over 80 cows used to help meet our teaching, research, and outreach missions. If you are passionate about animals, supportive of dairy research and want to learn how you can play a critical role in dairy research support, we invite you to apply for the position on our team.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Madison
The Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology invites applications for a tenure track, nine-month Assistant Professor Faculty position specializing in natural resource economics. We are seeking candidates trained in economics and dedicated to applying their skills to make a difference for the environment and natural resources. They will create a vibrant research program, mentor undergraduates, graduates, and trainees, make meaningful contributions to our department's teaching mission, and engage with natural resources decision-makers. 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 IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS - CLUSTER HIRE CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics is seeking a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor to develop research and teaching programs in the area of water economics. This position is part of a campus-wide cluster hiring initiative. Tenure home will be determined at time of hire.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Bacteriology is seeking candidates whose research addresses important questions at the forefront of any area of microbiology in any domain of life. The candidate should place an emphasis on molecular mechanisms underlying their area of research. University of Wisconsin-Madison ranks number one in Microbiology in the US, is top ranked in biological and physical sciences, and provides a world-class environment for the development of an outstanding research program. It is a vibrant place to learn and teach. Extensive collaborative opportunities are available within a diverse and supportive research community using cutting edge multidisciplinary approaches to examine all aspects of microbiology. The Department promotes diversity by engaging people with widely differing backgrounds, talents, perspectives, and styles.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR VECTOR BIOLOGY OR ECOLOGY CALS/ENTOMOLOGY Madison
The Department of Entomology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a national and international leader in basic and applied aspects of insect biology, and has expertise ranging from molecular and sub-organismal biology to applied ecology. A core strength of the department is in public health and medical entomology. We are home to the Global Health undergraduate major as well as the Midwest Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease (MCE-VBD), a regional hub for training and research related to vector-borne diseases of humans. We seek to further develop these strengths with a new position in vector biology and disease ecology, with a candidate serving a leadership role in the Global Health major, and with the desire to participate in, and contribute to, the research and outreach mission of the MCE-VBD. We specifically seek to hire a Vector Biologist or Ecologist with expertise in arthropods that transmit human and/or zoonotic pathogens. Research areas that would be appropriate for this position are broadly in the area of vector biology, and may include strengths in arthropod/pathogen interactions at multiple scales (molecular/suborganismal, organismal, population, community, and regional scales), innovative strategies for management and control, and the emergence and transmission of vector-borne infectious disease. Research that incorporates a global health or international component is also desirable.

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