Appointment: Fixed-term non-tenured appointment for 40% effort from June 1 - August 31, 2013
Department and Programs: The Department of Agricultural Economics offers teaching, extension, and research programs in agribusiness management, marketing, finance, policy, economic development, natural resource economics, and production economics. A new program in Financial Planning is being developed to qualify as a registered program with the CFP Board of Standards. Students completing the curriculum will be eligible to take the CFP® Certification Exam. The program will include the equivalent of 18 semester credits at the junior-senior level in financial planning core topics, including financial planning fundamentals, risk and insurance, income planning, investment planning, retirement and estate planning, and financial plan development. The Department seeks individuals from diverse backgrounds to contribute to our Department learning and environment.