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Message ID: 10150
Date: 2017-03-14

Author:Steven Ondersma

Subject:Postdoctoral fellowship-to-faculty opportunity at Wayne State University

Wayne State University is excited to announce the Postdoctoral to Faculty Transition Fellowship (PFT) program, a major initiative to foster a diverse academic environment by encouraging and supporting promising scholars to launch their academic careers at our institution. WSU is seeking recent or upcoming Ph.D. graduates as postdoctoral fellows for three-year appointments beginning Sept. 1, 2017 (students who will complete their dissertations by Sept. 1, 2017 are welcome to apply). Fellows receive stipends 20 percent above National Research Service Award levels, plus excellent benefits. They will work with faculty mentors, participate in learning communities, and receive funding for two national conferences for every appointment year. WSU is one of the 50 largest public universities in the nation and has received the Carnegie Foundation’s highest classifications for research and community engagement, with annual research expenditures of more than $218 million. WSU is also a member of the University Research Corridor along with the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, generating 95 percent of research in the state and supporting economic growth throughout Michigan. As one of Detroit's largest employers, WSU is a driving force behind the city’s resurgence and economic comeback. The application period begins April 1, 2017. Applicants from any background and discipline are eligible. Potentially interested applicants with interests in child maltreatment, or children and families more broadly, are encouraged to contact Dr. Steve Ondersma at s.ondersma@wayne.edu. _______________________________________________ Steven J. Ondersma, PhD Deputy Director, Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences Wayne State University s.ondersma@wayne.edu 313-444-9797

Wayne State University is excited to announce the Postdoctoral to Faculty Transition Fellowship (PFT) program, a major initiative to foster a diverse academic environment by encouraging and supporting promising scholars to launch their academic careers at our institution. WSU is seeking recent or upcoming Ph.D. graduates as postdoctoral fellows for three-year appointments beginning Sept. 1, 2017 (students who will complete their dissertations by Sept. 1, 2017 are welcome to apply). Fellows receive stipends 20 percent above National Research Service Award levels, plus excellent benefits. They will work with faculty mentors, participate in learning communities, and receive funding for two national conferences for every appointment year. WSU is one of the 50 largest public universities in the nation and has received the Carnegie Foundation’s highest classifications for research and community engagement, with annual research expenditures of more than $218 million. WSU is also a member of the University Research Corridor along with the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, generating 95 percent of research in the state and supporting economic growth throughout Michigan. As one of Detroit's largest employers, WSU is a driving force behind the city’s resurgence and economic comeback. The application period begins April 1, 2017. Applicants from any background and discipline are eligible. Potentially interested applicants with interests in child maltreatment, or children and families more broadly, are encouraged to contact Dr. Steve Ondersma at s.ondersmawayne.edu. _______________________________________________ Steven J. Ondersma, PhD Deputy Director, Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences Wayne State University s.ondersmawayne.edu 313-444-9797