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Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, is seeking applicants for the Chair position in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, to begin in July 2016. As a dynamic and innovative leader, this individual will build upon the strengths of the Department’s broad array of programs and provide vision and guidance for elevating academic excellence and growth. The Chair position is a full-time, 12-month appointment with tenure at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor.

The Department of Nutrition and Dietetics has an 80-year history and currently has undergraduate, graduate, certificate, and dietetic internship programs, with a total enrollment of 180 students. Education, research, and community service foci within the department include food innovation and entrepreneurship, culinary arts, sustainable food production, nutrition and physical performance, and public health. Facilities include a culinary laboratory, a food processing center, a department-run cafeteria, an exercise physiology laboratory, and a community garden. The department has 15 faculty and 8 staff members and is part of the Doisy College of Health Sciences, located on the University’s urban medical center campus. The University has Carnegie designations as “high research activity” and “community engagement” and currently enrolls more than 13,500 students in the graduate, professional, and undergraduate programs.

Position Title: Director, Families & Health Programs
Assignment Location: West Virginia University (WVU) in Morgantown, W.Va.
Screening Will Begin: January 1, 2016

Brief Description:
West Virginia University Extension Service seeks a leader with a proven record of high levels of performance in teaching, research and outreach. The ideal candidate has a strong work ethic and a commitment to continuing education and to the mission, vision, and goals of WVU and the WVU Extension Service. The mission of the WVU Extension Service is to build and help sustain collaborations and partnerships with people and organizations in West Virginia to improve their lives and communities. Extension's programs and services strengthen leaders of all ages, youth, and families. Extension works to improve the state's communities, workforce, and economy.

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