Recipients this year include postdoc Brian Aguado (BioFrontiers, Chemical & Biological Engineering) and postdoc mentors Laura Dee (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology), Nancy Emery (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology) and Bill Penuel (Institute of Cognitive Science, School of Education).
FRIPS 2020 will be a two-day virtual event on October 6-7, focusing on career coaching and industry perspectives.
In case you missed this session during National Postdoc Appreciation Week (NPAW), check out this recording on the significance of mentorship in developing postdocs.
Inside Higher Ed contributor Angela Fowler advises that research shows that regularly limiting our time at work to a reasonable amount actually makes us more productive than pushing ourselves past the point of exhaustion.
The pandemic has worsened the plight of postdoctoral researchers. Funders need to be offering more than moral support.
Inside Higher Ed contributor Melissa Dennihy offers tips on how to settle in your first year and keep thriving.