Plant Science Faculty Hiring Initiative
Join our community of over 200 plant science faculty, embracing collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches to foundational and applied research. MSU intends to extend its plant science leadership through a five-year recruiting initiative, bringing together new talent and current MSU experts around key research priorities. This broad hiring initiative includes 20-25 new positions across MSU departments, centers, and institutes that span colleges and impact many aspects of plant science and agricultural scholarship. Become a part of a renowned legacy, spanning decades of pioneering contributions to plant science research.
Discover unparalleled research opportunities, rooted in excellence.
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Computational, Mathematics, Science & Engineering
- W.K. Kellogg Biological Station
- Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
- MSU AgBioResearch
- MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory
- Plant Biology
- Plant Resilience Institute
- Plant, Soil & Microbial Sciences
Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences (PSM) and the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station (KBS)
Associate / Full Professor
Applications close: March 22, 2024
The Department of Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences (PSM) and the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) at Michigan State University (MSU) invite applications for a Senior AgroEcologist. This is a full‐time, tenure system Associate or Full Professor with a 75% research, 15% teaching and 10% service assignment. The position start date is anticipated to be August 16, 2024. The ideal candidate will be an interactive individual who complements a diverse group of ecologists and evolutionary biologists at a world-renowned field station (kbs.msu.edu). The agroecologist will have many collaborative opportunities and the potential to assume a leadership role in long-term agroecosystem experiments. These experiments include the KBS Long Term Ecological Research site (LTER) and the KBS Long Term Agroecosystem Research site (LTAR). The selected individual also will have the opportunity to potentially be a part of the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC). This position is part of MSU's Global Impact Initiative, designed to address grand challenges in some of the most promising and exciting fields of research. For more information about the posting, please visit careers.msu.edu.