School of Natural Resources, the Department of Agronomy-Horticulture and the Nebraska Forest Service
Employment type: Full-Time
Job Location: NE
Application Deadline: August 15, 2016
Lead the development and organization of a new U.S. Forest Service grant-funded undergraduate degree program in urban and community forestry together with faculty from the School of Natural Resources, the Department of Agronomy-Horticulture and the Nebraska Forest Service. Develop a high-impact teaching program in urban and community forestry that is recognized nationally and internationally and contributes to the organizational missions (e.g., CASNR, Extension). Connect with stakeholders, agency and/or industry partners to strengthen educational programming. Participate in appropriate professional activities. Translate research-based information into learner-centered products. This includes creating scholarly, innovative, and high impact learning programs and tools. Identify issues and opportunities focused on learner needs and emerging regional and national issues with international relevance. Measure the impact of your programs and communicate results to administrators, stakeholders, users, and media. Mentor colleagues through their professional development.