Graduate research assistantships

School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

The graduate research assistantships listed below are currently open in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. Click on the job title to go to details of the position.

To apply for a specific position, send an email with a resume attached to Mr. Lando Little and be sure to give the job number.

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Research Assistant,
Department of Animal Sciences

  • Job Numbers:  A13-0114-001g1 and A13-0114-001g2
  • Job category: MS position in the Department of Animal Sciences
  • Department and school: Department of Animal Sciences, School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Responsibilities: Two highly motivated and enthusiastic students are invited to apply for a MS position in the Department of Animal Sciences, assisting PI in statistical animal breeding as well as indoor/outdoor pig production.
  • Requirements: Applicants should have an undergraduate STEM degree satisfying the requirements of Graduate Program and understand livestock production system.
  • Location: Webb Hall and/or Swine Unit at University Farm
  • Application deadline: Until two qualified students are identified
  • Number of positions available: Two
  • Hours per week: 20
  • Preferred days: Monday-Friday (subject to class schedule)
  • Salary: $15/hour
  • Citizenship requirements (if any): No
  • Hiring supervisor: (name, phone number, email address) Dr. Sang-Hyon OH, 336-285-4807, click here for email.
  • How to apply: Send application email with resume to: Mr. Lando Little, Undergraduate Research Program Coordinator. Be sure to give the job number.

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Research assistant,
Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies

  • Job Number: A14-0031-001g1
  • Job category: Conduct research
  • Department and school: Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies, School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Job responsibilities: The master's student will investigate the effects of microfluidized oat bran on dough rheology and properties of the oat bran supplemented bread. The student's thesis will be based on this research.
  • Requirements: BS in food science, biotechnology, or chemical engineering with GPA 3.0 or higher and must have been admitted by the Graduate School.
  • Location: North Carolina Research Campus, Kannapolis, NC
  • Application deadline: May 1, 2014, or until a qualified candidate is identified
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • Hours per week: 20
  • Days preferred: 5 days per week and 50 weeks per year
  • Salary: $15 per hour
  • Citizenship requirements (if any): None
  • Hiring supervisor: Dr. Guibing Chen, 704 250-5701, email
  • How to apply: Send application email with resume to: Mr. Lando Little, Graduate Research Program Coordinator. Be sure to give the job number.

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Research assistant,
Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies

  • Job Number: A11-0032-001g1
  • Job category: Student employment
  • Department and school: Department of Family and Consumer Services, School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Job responsibilities: Conduct research planned by principal investigator, i.e. determination and of characterization of Ochratoxin-producing fungi in grape pomace
  • Requirements: Graduate student in microbiology or related area with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Location: Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies, North Carolina Research Campus, Kannapolis, NC
  • Application deadline: Until a qualified candidate is identified
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • Hours per week: 20
  • Days preferred: Will depend on the student's schedule
  • Salary: $15 per hour
  • Citizenship requirements (if any): None
  • Hiring supervisor: Dr. Jianmei Yu, 336 285-4861, email; Dr. Leonard Williams, 704 250-5703, email
  • How to apply: Send application email with resume to: Mr. Lando Little, Graduate Research Program Coordinator. Be sure to give the job number.

North Carolina A&T State University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. No one who applies or seeks employment will be denied admission to or employment at North Carolina A&T State University on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disabling condition, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information, or sexual orientation and sexual identity.

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Graduate research assistant,
Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies

  • Job Number: A12-0116-001g1
  • Job category: Graduate assistant
  • Department and school: Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies, School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Job responsibilities: Design and evaluate experiments; develop new ideas that promote current research, prepare and publish scientific manuscripts under the direction of the scientist, may be responsible for operation of specific equipment, and perform other duties as assigned by the supervising scientist.
  • Requirements: Candidates with good academic standing. Cumulative GPA higher than 3.0. Students with background in agronomy, agricultural sciences, and/or environmental sciences are preferable.
  • Location: Carver Hall
  • Application deadline: Until a qualified candidate is identified
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • Hours per week: 20
  • Days preferred: Monday through Friday
  • Salary: $15 per hour
  • Citizenship requirements (if any): None
  • Hiring supervisor: Dr. Rishipal R. Bansode, 704 250-5707, email
  • How to apply: Send application email with resume to: Mr. Lando Little, Graduate Research Program Coordinator. Be sure to give the job number.

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Student technician,
Cooperative Extension

  • Job Number: A11-0035-003g1
  • Job category: Cooperative Extension/Research
  • Department and school: Cooperative Extension Service, School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  • Job responsibilities: Assist the project director with literature review, farm data collection, and other technical jobs.
  • Requirements: Graduate student with concentrations in an agriculture-related program or other areas with a GPA 3.0 or higher
  • Location: Coltrane Hall and University Farm
  • Application deadline: Until a qualified candidate is identified
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • Hours per week: 20
  • Days preferred: Monday through Friday
  • Salary: $15 per hour
  • Citizenship requirements (if any): None
  • Hiring supervisor: Dr. Jimo Ibrahim, 336 334-7956, email
  • How to apply: Send application email with resume to: Mr. Lando Little, Graduate Research Program Coordinator. Be sure to give the job number.

North Carolina A&T State University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. No one who applies or seeks employment will be denied admission to or employment at North Carolina A&T State University on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disabling condition, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information, or sexual orientation and sexual identity.

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