Three-year Research Specialist position with benefits--hybrid-remote based in North Carolina Now 2024 - 2027

This Research Specialist position is finally officially open for application. It is a three-year position.  This person would mostly be working with Dr. Crystal Cook Marshall and Dr. Sydney Davis-Richardson here at NC A&T on the research project below.
Especially interested in candidates with backgrounds in:


Agricultural Education 




Agricultural Leadership

Rural Studies



American Studies

African American Studies

The person would need to be available to do field work in North Carolina, come to Greensboro, NC a few times a month, but could work remotely otherwise. This is full-time three years with benefits.

This is the research project they would assist with:

The Multidisciplinary Extreme Weather Toolkit for Small-scale and BIPOC Farmers proposes to conduct research with North Carolina farmers to investigate attitudes toward weather extremes; farm, personal and community practices to contend with weather extremes; and methods and modes of education and information delivery. This research aims to inform North Carolina Cooperative Extension programs, program development, and educational approaches toward climate responsive agricultural practice adoption, farmer stress/anxiety, and farmer leadership development.

This specialist will also work on developing live trainings and content for a mobile app. 


Questions can be directed to:

Crystal Cook Marshall, MST, MFA, PhD 

Agromedicine Faculty

Director, NC AgrAbility Partnership

Agromedicine Coordinator

Cooperative Extension at North Carolina A&T State University

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Published: 03/09/2024