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Iowa State University
Posting Date
Application Deadline
March 15, 2024
Location

2155 Lagomarcino
901 Stange Road
Ames, IA 50011-1041
United States

The successful candidate will participate in the recruiting, hiring and orientation of new extension professionals and facilitate professional development to enhance program outputs, outcomes, and impacts. This position will also identify financial, human, and in-kind resources to enhance programming and pursue regional and national opportunities to enhance multi-state extension programming and new resources to support human science extension efforts.

Job Listing
University of Missouri
Posting Date
Location

102 Gwynn Hall 526 Hitt Street
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211-0001
United States

Successful applicants will demonstrate scholarly activity consistent with the University’s status as an AAU member and a “Very High” Research Productive institution. Postdoctoral Fellows will maintain an active and vibrant program of research that complements the research of current CFPR faculty and work to secure external funding to support independent and team science research efforts.

Job Listing
Department of Human Development & Family Science, Auburn University
Posting Date
Application Deadline
Review of applications will begin on March 30, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled.
Salary Information
Location

570 Devall Drive
Auburn, AL 36849
United States

This position requires advanced research experience including research literacy and writing experience, as well as advanced statistical and research methods. Candidates must be able to run and interpret statistical models, aid in the writing of reports and manuscripts, critically evaluate individual studies and bodies of literature, and translate research into everyday language to explain scientific findings to audiences without a research background.