Postdoctoral Fellows

Each semester CIRTL hosts a learning community or a series of workshops tailored specifically for postdocs. These events allow postdocs to discuss topics relevant to teaching in the college classroom with current TAMU faculty members. All events offered by CIRTL@TAMU are open to post-doctoral fellows.

Additional Campus Resources for Postdocs

The Texas A&M University Postdoctoral Association's (TAMU PDA) mission is to foster a sense of community among postdoctoral scholars, to be an advocate and a representative voice of postdoctoral scholars, and to improve the quality of the postdoctoral experience at Texas A&M. For more information about the TAMU PDA and how to become involved contact pda@tamu.edu. Check out the webpage for upcoming events and postdoc resources: www.tamupda.org.

Targeted for Postdoc research scientists, this group meets monthly on every 3rd Tuesday at noon (except in December). To find out more information on the association, and to join, contact Stacy DeLeon (sdeleon@medicine.tamhsc.edu).

The Speaker Series brings outstanding senior and mid-career women scientists and engineers to campus for two talks, one about their research and another about diversity in STEM. It is anticipated that there will be 3-5 speakers per year. For more information, visit their webpage at http://advance.tamu.edu/index.php/activities/advance-speaker-series.html.

This annual Workshop is hosted by the ADVANCE Center and takes place on campus during the spring.  It is designed for women STEM postdoctoral researchers and assistant professors (3 years or less) both from Texas A&M and from other institutions.  The topics covered in the Workshop include academic portfolios, teaching, research, service, work-life balance, mentoring and more. Participation in each Workshop is limited to 50 attendees. For more information, visit their webpage at http://advance.tamu.edu/index.php/roadmap-workshops/candidate-information.html.

The mission of the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine Postdoctoral Association is to improve the quality of the postdoctoral experience and to facilitate the long-term success of our members. Members include all non-tenure-track postdoctoral appointments including Postdoctoral Fellows and Associates, Research Assistants and Associates, and post-DVM/VMD interns and residents in the college. For more information visit http://vetmed.tamu.edu/pda/about-us.


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