How to Find a Postdoctoral Scholar Position that is Right for you
Postdoctoral scholars are temporary (between 1 and 5 years), specialized education and training positions in research, teaching, performance, or scholarship that contribute to the continued education and professional growth of doctoral graduates. In some fields it is quite common, recommended, or highly encouraged to obtain a postdoctoral scholar position after doctoral graduation. This panel will share information on how to find the right position for you, where to job search, the importance of the faculty mentor/supervisor, how to build your CV now for the job market now and after the postdoc appointment, and more!
The Grad Academy Pillars: Career Prep, Research
The Grad Academy Program: GRC, GMC, RAMP
Lifecycle Stage: Late-Masters, Mid-Late Doctoral
- Alyssa Crittenden, Graduate Coordinator; associate professor, Department of Anthropology
- Rafael Oganeysan, program manager, Office of Undergraduate Research
- Aarthi Mohan, postdoctoral researcher, Southern Nevada Water Authority
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Graduate College and the Office of Postdoctoral Scholars