Provides educational leadership in the development, implementation,
management, and evaluation of research-based, integrative statewide
Extension programs that meet the needs of limited-resource and
socially disadvantaged audiences. Delivers training and educational
support materials for Extension staff and their clientele/customers
in plant pathology, consistent with the philosophy, policy and
overall mission, goals and educational objectives of the
Cooperative Extension at North Carolina A&T State University.
This position works both individually and collaboratively to plan,
deliver, and assess the effectiveness of Extension programs
relating to plant pathology and Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
for small scale vegetable production systems.
The incumbent of this role will carry 40% research
This is a non-tenured track faculty (NTTF), twelve-month position
at the rank of "Assistant/associateProfessor of Practice -
Extension Plant Pathology Specialist" in Cooperative Extension at
North Carolina A&T.The position's incumbent is eligible for
title promotion and academically housed in the Department of
Natural Resources and Environmental Design.As NTTF faculty, this
position can be released, up to 25% of time and effort once per
year, to teach for-credit academic coursework.