Postdoc Faculty Fellowship Program at Department of Chemistry, University of Boston.
This innovative program provides a two (02)-year, full-time appointment in the Department of Chemistry for recent Ph.D. graduates who plan to pursue academic careers in the relevant discipline.
Postdoc Faculty Fellowship Program Overview:
The program provides Postdoc Faculty Fellows (PFFs) with first-hand experience in teaching chemistry while enabling them to conduct research.
- The fellows will teach undergraduate classes (general, organic, inorganic, or physical chemistry); lead discussion sections; direct laboratory sessions; advise students and present lectures in our core courses in collaboration with faculty mentors.
- PFFs develop course and laboratory content and materials and mentor undergraduate research students.
- PFFs conduct research in affiliation with faculty research groups (theoretical/computational, organic, physical, inorganic, biochemistry).
- They have wide flexibility in selecting a laboratory and research project.
- Each fellow conducts her or his own research approximately half time during the academic year and full time in the summer months.
Other Salient Features:
- PFFs obtain exceptional experience in teaching chemistry at the university level and a clear advantage in the academic job market.
- PFF alumni have received assistant professorships at such four-year institutions as Siena College, Hope College, Bard College, Roger Williams University Georgetown Southern University, Massachusetts Liberal Arts College, Fairfield University, Hamilton College, Wilkes University, Belmont College, and Union College.
|Organization||University of Boston|
|Fellowship Level||Postdoc / Faculty|
|Fellowship amount||As per Uni. rules|