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Assistant Agronomist Other
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is seeking an Assistant Agronomist to manage agronomic research and extension programming with the overarching objective of developing agriculture in North Central Kansas to its full economic potential consistent with sound ecological and environmental principles.
Program/Project Manager II Manhattan, Kansas
The Morris lab in the Department of Agronomy at Kansas State University is seeking a Program Manager who will contribute to our mission of understanding and improving crop adaptation. The successful applicant’s primary responsibility will be to manage the Trait Discovery Platform for the new Innovation Lab for Crop Improvement (ILCI). The program manager will work with collaborators and participants internationally to: design outreach and training materials/tools; lead listening and training workshops; and coordinate international collaborations on trait discovery for crop improvement. The ideal applicant will have: experience in management of multi-institutional, international research and development programs; demonstrated excellence oral and written communications; demonstrated sensitivity in working and communicating with persons from other cultures. Must be willing to lead and work in teams across time zones and travel frequently internationally (Africa, Latin America, South Asia). Proficiency in languages relevant to international agriculture community is a plus.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Morris lab at Kansas State University is seeking a postdoc in computational biology. The postdoc will contribute to our mission of understanding and improving crop adaptation to water scarcity. The postdoc will develop novel computational approaches to understand the genome-phenome map for crop adaptation, and test hypotheses as a part of an interdisciplinary public-private collaboration. To learn more about the project see https://www.g2pbridge.org/. The ideal candidate will have experience in modeling, programming, and statistical analysis, and a commitment to rigorous and creative application of the scientific method. Experience in plant genetics or genomics is preferred but not required. No previous experience with agricultural or crop systems is required, just a strong interest in applying computational biology approaches to the global challenge of overcoming water scarcity.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Morris lab at Kansas State University is seeking a postdoc in plant genetics. The postdoc will contribute to our mission of understanding and improving crop adaptation to water scarcity. The postdoc will conduct field and laboratory experiments to understand the genome-phenome map for crop adaptation, and test hypotheses as a part of an interdisciplinary public-private collaboration. To learn more about the project see https://www.g2pbridge.org/. The ideal candidate will have experience in plant genetics or genomics, and a commitment to rigorous and creative application of the scientific method. Experience in statistical programming is preferred but not required. No previous experience with agricultural or crop systems is required, just a strong interest in applying plant genetics to the global challenge of overcoming water scarcity.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a Fellow (Post Doc) to take on a unique project designed to capture sap flow in sunflower stems using non-invasive NMR tool that will be designed by the engineering faculty, as a part of the newly funded NSF EAGER project. The successful candidate will work closely with engineering and agronomy faculty to understand the operation of the newly developed NMR tool, provide feedback to the collaborators involved in designing the NMR tool, design appropriate experiments to measure sap-flow precisely at different growth stages and under different environmental conditions in growth chambers.
Professor / Department Head of Agronomy Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas State University invites nominations and applications for the position of Professor and Head, Department of Agronomy in the College of Agriculture. The department seeks an energetic, visionary, and creative individual who will lead the faculty, staff, and students in their research, teaching, extension, and service missions.
Assistant Professor (Precision Agriculture) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for an Assistant Professor in Precision Agriculture to develop a strong research and teaching program in precision agriculture.

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