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- To begin August 1, 2014, pending position clearance. For best consideration all application materials should be received by December 31, 2013.
- Teach 2 undergraduate nutrition courses per semester such as Community Nutrition and Concepts in Nutrition Education and a graduate course in the individual's area of expertise.
- Advise/guide undergraduate and graduate students preparing for professional and technical careers in Food and Nutritional Sciences.
- Partner with local and national colleagues in the areas of community nutrition and/or public health nutrition to develop independent projects and/or applied research of importance to the field.
- Obtain extramural funds to support community nutrition related programs with an emphasis on chronic disease prevention.
- Participate in departmental, college and university affairs.
- Doctorate in nutrition or closely related field from a college of university of recognized standing.
- Demonstrated ability or evidence of potential to teach college-level nutrition classes.
- Demonstrated ability or potential to communicate, interact and collaborate with students, colleagues and community partners to provide compelling learning experiences and conduct community-based nutrition education projects and applied research.
- RD certified or RD eligible (to be completed within 1 year).
- Experience with diverse or indigenous cultural groups and their food habits.
- Experience developing and teaching distance learning courses.
- Experience leading or participating in international research, education or development projects.
- Dr. Douglas Vincent
- Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences
- College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
- 1955 East West Road, Room 216
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Lynn Nakamura-Tengan; 808-244-3242; email@example.com
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