The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) is the second largest undergraduate college at Cornell University and the third largest college of its kind in the United States. Our teaching and research facilities are among the finest available anywhere, and the College's educational programs are designed to ensure that every student's education is geared to contemporary, real-world issues. Through teaching, research, and extension -- the three components of our land-grant mission -- we strive to improve the nation's food supply and maintain its safety, to enhance the environment, and to help people improve their lives.
- Animal Science, Cornell University
- [DAIRYCATTLENUTRITION] Assistant or Associate Professor of Dairy Cattle Nutrition (Department of Animal Science); Ithaca, New York (2017/05/14*)
- BEE/CALS, Cornell University
- [BESMI] Biological Engineering: Measurement and Instrumentation (2017/05/31)
- [WRIPD] Postdoctoral Associate - Water Resources Institute (deadline 2017/03/31)
- CALS - Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
- [AAFPMNM] Assistant Professor in Molecular Nutrition and Metabolomics (filled)
- CALS Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
- [QUANTECOL] Quantitative Ecologist (deadline 2016/11/01)
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), Cornell University
- [APHMI] Assistant Professor for Host-Microbe Interactions
- Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University
- [FARMBUSINESSMANAGEMENTSPECIALIST] Farm Business Management Specialist (Extension Associate - Cooperative Extension); South Central New York (2017/04/30*)
- [PRECISIONAGRICULTURESPECIALIST] Precision Agriculture Specialist (Extension Associate – Cooperative Extension); Western New York (2017/04/30*)
- Department of Communication, Cornell University
- [ASSOCIATEORFULLPROFESSOR] Associate or Full Professor of Communication (Department of Communication / Jacobs Institute) (2017/04/30*)
- Department of Food Science, Cornell University
- [EA] Extension Associate - Produce Safety Alliance
- New York Sea Grant, Cornell University
- [MARINEDISTRICTCOASTALPROCESSES] Marine District Coastal Processes and Hazards Specialist (Extension Associate / Senior Extension Associate – New York Sea Grant); Stony Brook, New York (2017/04/30*)
- New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, Cornell University
- [SEAIPM] Senior Extension Associate - Livestock and Field Crops IPM Coordinator (2017/04/30)
- School of Integrative Plant Science - Section of Plant Biology, Cornell University
- [SIPSMETA] Assistant/Associate Professor - Plant Metabolic Biochemistry (deadline 2017/03/01)
- [SIPSPHYLO] Assistant/Associate Professor - Plant Biodiversity/Phylodiversity (deadline 2017/03/01)
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