The successful candidate will be required to maintain an active research program to advance human nutritional health and well-being or address the unique nutritional health and social problems found in rural communities; secure external research grants/contracts; meet high standards for teaching and mentoring students; and participate in Department, College, and/or University service. This person will work effectively with other faculty to address health-related challenges facing North Dakota through collaborative research and interdisciplinary teaching experiences. The Nutrition & Dietetics department has abundant research collaboration opportunities/requests. Securing extramural funding of at least $7500 per year would be required beginning year 5 of the appointment.

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