If you are a postdoctoral fellow interested in a faculty position in the chemical sciences at a college or university, this workshop can help you prepare for a rewarding career. The Postdoc to Faculty (P2F) Workshop:
- compares positions and respective expectations in undergraduate and graduate chemistry departments
- provides assistance with and feedback on faculty application materials
- presents strategies for balancing scholarship, teaching, and service expectations with life outside academia
- creates a network of early-career faculty along with mentors, who can help guide newly-appointed professors
- introduces interactive teaching models and provides resources to facilitate their incorporation
Where: Portland, Oregon or virtual. Safety is a core value of the American Chemical Society, and as such, the health and well-being of our members, community, and staff are paramount. As a result, we will continue to monitor the situation regarding COVID-19 to determine if the 2021 Postdoc to Faculty Workshop should be held in-person or virtually.
When: July 30 to August 1, 2021
Eligibility: Please have the following information before starting the application:
- Postdoctoral training start/completion/expected completion dates; graduate and undergraduate degree date; institution, department, and advisor names; research topic titles.
- A list of publications in Microsoft Word or PDF format to upload to the application site, or your CV containing this information (preferred).
- Your teaching experience, if any.
- A personal statement (up to 500 words), explaining why you are interested in this workshop and what you hope to gain by attending.
- Additional information including:
- When do you hope to start your academic position?
- What is your field of research?
- To what types of departments you intend to apply (Doctoral Universities, Master's Colleges and Universities, Baccalaureate Colleges, and/or Associate's Colleges)?
- Where did you hear about the workshop?
Applications Due: 11:59pm PT, Sunday, April 4, 2021. Apply Here.