At an early age, youth can begin learning important lifelong skills about raising crops, caring for animals, conducting research and managing a farm or agribusiness.
This program prepares you to teach secondary-level students (grades 6-12) about the agriculture industry and technologies. You will gain broad agriculture knowledge, explore teaching methods, and learn how to plan a curriculum, manage a classroom and supervise out-of-classroom learning programs like FFA and 4-H.
Environmental Science University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
Today’s global environmental problems demand a systems approach, requiring professionals who understand not only the science behind the issues, but also the economic, social and political factors, too.
In this program, you will become prepared to meet this demand. You will take a range of courses in the biological, physical and social sciences, and gain the broad interdisciplinary knowledge to tackle the world’s complex environmental issues.
As an environmental science major, you will apply your classroom learning to solve local environmental problems, such as salmon recovery and the impacts of forest fires, and gain practical research experience in the lab and field.
This position is located within the University of Idaho, Idaho Falls Center, in collaboration with the UI Department of Natural Resources and Society (NRS), UI Environmental Science Program, and Idaho National Laboratory. The position is an academic year (nine-month), tenure-track faculty position in Energy and Environment at a rank of Assistant Professor with expertise relevant to environmental and/or social dimensions of energy.