The University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Dean for Extension. The university seeks a leader to provide vision, direction, and leadership to one of the top Cooperative Extension programs in the country. This is an opportunity to extend into the future more than 100 years of serving the citizens of Georgia with reliable, science-based research information.
The Associate Dean reports to the Dean and Director of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and supervises 400 faculty and 800 professional staff. The Extension Organizational Chart depicts the structure of the organization.
The successful candidate will be physically located in Athens with the expectation to balance visibility and advocacy for programs state-wide in all 159 counties.
The associate dean is expected to take office in June of 2024.
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