Part One of a Five-Part Series for Postdocs on Applying for Faculty Positions - Tenure-Track Faculty Job Candidates Part 1
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Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 1:00pm
Back by popular demand, ORED’s Office of Postdoctoral Scholar Services will repeat its five-part series focused on preparing postdoctoral scholars to apply for tenure-track faculty positions. The first two sessions will focus on general information, such as the standard process and conventional application elements, such as cover letters, CV’s, start-up requests, and interviews. The final three events will focus more in-depth on three critical components of most faculty job applications: 1) research statements, 2) philosophy of teaching statements, and 3) diversity statements.
Tenure-Track Faculty Job Candidates: Part I
William T. Anderson, PhD, Associate Vice President, ORED
Professor, Earth and Environment
Each one-hour workshop will be held from 1 to 2 PM via Zoom.
Workshop will be conducted via Zoom. FIU postdoctoral scholars will receive registration information for each workshop approximately one month in advance of each of the five events. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Maureen Pelham, Director, Research Development, Office of Research and Economic Development, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (x70485).