[FUN_Mail] Postdocs with teaching components
Lea, Melissa via FUN_Mail
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Mon Nov 3 13:58:22 EST 2014
I did a "teaching post-doc" - which was labeled as a Visiting Assistant Professor (so I could get more pay) - at Union College in Schenectady. It was awesome! I know they do this for all areas of psych/neuro. I would contact the chair, Linda Stanhope (stanhopl at union.edu) for future opportunities.
Melissa A. Lea, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Director of Neuroscience and Cognitive Studies
Director of Academic Advising
1701 N. State Street, 151023
Jackson, MS 39210
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Subject: [FUN_Mail] FW: Postdocs with teaching components
Forwarded on Behalf of Seagraves, Kelly Marie [mailto:seagravesk at janelia.hhmi.org]
Dear Faculty of Undergraduate Neuroscience members, My name is Kelly Seagraves, and I am a new graduate student member of the FUN community. I am finishing up my graduate work, and have begun my search for a postdoc position. Based on my past experience teaching undergraduates, I am interested in exploring postdoc opportunities that have a teaching component (like the NIH-funded IRACDA program, for example). Unfortunately, I'm finding it difficult to search out these types of opportunities, as they seem to be very university/institute specific.
Therefore I'm polling the FUN listserve to see if anyone aware of teaching-postdoc programs would be willing pass their information along?
I'm more than happy to share a compiled list with anyone who is interested, or discuss these opportunities at the up-coming Society for Neuroscience meeting.
Janelia Graduate Scholar (HHMI)
University of Cambridge
seagravesk at janelia.hhmi.org<mailto:seagravesk at janelia.hhmi.org>
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