new postdoc program

elizabeth.a.destasio at lawrence.edu elizabeth.a.destasio at lawrence.edu
Mon Feb 28 10:29:01 EST 2005


Announcing a new post-doctoral program for folks interested in=20
obtaining significant teaching experience.  It is currently a pilot=20
program, with three fellows to be on board next year, but with plans to=20=

expand the program to 20 fellows across the campus if it looks=20
successful.  Feel free to direct questions to Beth De Stasio=20
(Elizabeth.A.Destasio at lawrence.edu) and also feel free to pass this ad=20=

along to anyone you think might be interested.

Thanks,

Beth De Stasio
Raymond J. Herzog Professor of Science
Lawrence University
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LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

Lawrence University announces the establishment of a new postdoctoral=20
program, the Lawrence Fellows, designed for recent Ph.D.=92s who seek to=20=

develop a record of excellence in teaching and research experience in a=20=

liberal arts college setting. Three appointments as Lawrence Fellows=20
will be offered on a competitive basis for academic year 2005-06.=20
Initial appointments will be for 2 years and will involve a reduced=20
teaching load in order for Lawrence Fellows to have time to engage in=20
tutorials and research projects with undergraduate students. Lawrence=20
also encourages mentoring relationships and teaching and research=20
collaborations between Fellows and faculty. These full-time fellowships=20=

will carry a stipend of $32,000-$36,000 per year, plus benefits, and a=20=

$5000 program fund to support research, travel, and other initiatives.

Biologists in any area of specialty will receive serious consideration.=20=

  PhD is required.  Successful candidates will be expected to contribute=20=

to the introductory biology course, supervise collaborative=20
undergraduate research, and develop no more than two upper level=20
courses in the candidate=92s area of expertise. Lawrence University=20
(www.lawrence.edu) located in Appleton, Wisconsin, is a highly=20
selective undergraduate liberal arts college and Conservatory of Music,=20=

known for the quality of its classroom and tutorial education, research=20=

opportunities for undergraduates, and faculty of teacher/scholars and=20
teacher/artists.

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, a curriculum=20
vitae, and three letters of recommendation to: Lawrence Fellows=20
Committee, Office of the President, Lawrence University, P.O. Box 599,=20=

Appleton, WI 54912. Consideration of applications will begin on March=20
15, 2005, and continue until the positions are filled. Lawrence=20
University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications=20=

from women and individuals of diverse backgrounds.=




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