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Title: Assistant Professor (Applied Environmental Economics)
Position Number: 0085403T
Hiring Unit: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM)
Location: Manoa Campus
Full Time/Part Time: Full Time (50% Research; 50% Instruction)
Other Conditions: To begin approximately January 2024 or soon thereafter. Funding is approved until 2026 with apossibility to extend, renewal dependent on grants awarded and satisfactory performance.
For more information, visit: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/hawaiiedu/jobs/4189270/assistant-professor-applied-environmental-economics-85403t
For Inquiries, contact Dr. Melissa Price at firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
University of Hawaii
Job Opening: Tenure-track Junior/Assistant Extension Agent for Agricultural Finance
CTAHR is a premier college that has a mission to provide exceptional transdisciplinary education, research, and extension in tropical and sub-tropical agriculture, natural resources, and human well-being to local and global communities. NREM is an interdisciplinary department, weaving multiple knowledge systems for stewardship of natural resources, and discovering and disseminating innovative, integrated solutions for sustainable natural resource use, farm and food systems, and environmental management. Visit https://cms.ctahr.hawaii.edu/nrem/.
We are seeking candidates for the tenure-track, Junior/Assistant Extension Agent for Agricultural Finance (Position # 84045).
For the complete job announcement and application information, visit https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/hawaiiedu/jobs/4129158/junior-assistant-extension-
The University of Hawai'i is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. We believe that inclusiveness and excellence are interdependent. Our local and global communities are best served by ensuring all populations are represented equitably throughout CTAHR. We strive to cultivate an environment that supports equitable opportunities for every member of CTAHR to achieve individual and common goals.
FDM senior designer, Leah Aoki, has been accepted to present one of her garments at the 2023 International Textile and Apparel Association’s (ITAA) annual conference. The conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 8-11.
When asked about her achievement, Leah said, “I am very excited to present one of my original pieces at the ITAA this coming November!” There’s good reason for her to feel excited. Her garment went through a rigorous blind reviewing process in which the acceptance rate for the undergraduate category this year was a mere 28%. Leah’s mentor and advisor, Professor Minako McCarthy, and the entire FDM ohana is very proud of her. --Minako McCarthy
When Qing X. Li joined the Dept. of Molecular Biosciences & BioEngineering in 1995, he wanted to tackle agricultural chemistry issues relevant to Hawaiʻi. In his case, this meant a research focus on chemical proteomics, phytopharmaceuticals, food chemistry and safety, pesticide chemistry, and environmental monitoring and remediation.
A heartfelt mahalo from the CTAHR ‘ohana to Clay Trauernicht of the Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Management. As the Maui wildfires tragedy unfolded, Clay was interviewed by at least 50 different media outlets from across the country and internationally. With the highest level of scientific integrity, advocacy, and professionalism, he represented NREM, CTAHR, UH, and the state of Hawaiʻi to millions of people around the world.