The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) addresses racial injustice and underscores its values of diversity and equality.
The journal Nature is seeking postdoctoral researchers in STEM fields to participate in its “first-ever survey dedicated entirely to postdocs, a crucial but often marginalized segment of the scientific workforce.” The survey closes July 27.
Karen Bailey, a postdoctoral research associate in environmental studies, was selected out of 100 applicants to be featured on this year’s installment of “From the Margins to the Center,” the first women of color podcast incubator of its kind in the Mile High City.
On Wednesday, August 19 from 8:30-3pm, the CU-CSU Summit will engage researchers at all levels of training from each CCTSI partner campus – CU Anschutz, CU Denver, CU Boulder and Colorado State University.
The National Postdoctoral Association and American Psychological Association hosted the series that covers visa issues, postdoc training, grant management and other topics affected by COVID-19.
Held on July 21 and 23, the Write to Change the World workshop is about increasing the presence and influence of underrepresented voices and, thus, intended for CU Boulder scholars of color and other groups who are underrepresented in thought leadership.
Featured in Nature, a study identifies current professional learning and development opportunities used by postdoctoral scholars to obtain the required broad skills sets of value for a changing career landscape.
The National Postdoctoral Association offers tips for taking care of mind and body during the pandemic.