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Postdocs at Princeton University

Postdoctoral research associates and fellows are appointed through the Office of the Dean of the Faculty. Though appointed through the Office of the Dean of Faculty, we are not faculty but academic professionals. Rules corresponding to the different types of postdoc appointments can be found on this Policies & Procedures website. In coordinating your appointment at Princeton, your primary contact will be your supervising professor and her departmental administrative staff, however, questions regarding benefits can be addressed by the Office of Human Resources

Welcome!

The Princeton Postdoctoral Council (PDC) aims to serve Postdoctoral Fellows, Postdoctoral Scholars and Research Associates at Princeton University by aiding in their professional development, fostering a sense of community and identity, and enhancing the quality of the postdoctoral experience.


Join Us

We have two mailing lists, which you can join by logging in to the Princeton listserv service.

We send out events and other announcements through our PDC-social mailing list.

We also have the Ask A Postdoc (ASAP) mailing list that you can use to ask fellow postdocs questions about housing, funding, or anything else.

And visit us on Facebook and Twitter!

Upcoming PDC Events

PDC Seminar

Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

PDC Seminars are an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your research to your fellow postdocs and get useful and friendly feedback from non-...

Tags: internal, seminar

PDC Happy Hour

Wed, Jun 24, 2020, 6:00 pm

Interested in interdisciplinary discussions? Getting the latest news about Princeton? Getting involved in the next events of PDC? Or just grabbing...

Location: Ivy Inn (248 Nassau St)
Tags: social event

PDC Seminar

Thu, Jul 2, 2020, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

PDC Seminars are an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your research to your fellow postdocs and get useful and friendly feedback from non-...

Tags: internal, seminar

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Postdoc Events at McGraw Center

webinar (zoom link to follow registration) Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 2:30 – 3pm Presented by Yuan Li, Scholarly Communications Librarian, Firestone Library, Princeton University and Bonnie L. Fong, Physical Sciences Librarian, John Cotton Dana Library, Rutgers University-Newark.

Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely accessible, openly licensed materials that are useful for teaching, learning, and assessing as well as for research purposes. OER form a part of “open solutions” alongside Open Source Software, Open Access, Open Data, and crowdsourcing platforms. In a global pandemic, OER and Open Access matter more than ever. Yuan will provide an overview on OER and share OER resources that Princeton faculty and students might want to use for remote teaching and learning. Bonnie will discuss Rutgers' Open and Affordable Textbook (OAT) Program and offer examples of the types of OER projects faculty have completed. This webinar is designed for faculty who may be interested in providing students more affordable, sustainable and accessible materials for now and the future. The 20-minute presentation segment of the webinar will be recorded for sharing on the library website. Following the presentation, participants are encouraged to ask questions relating to individual interests.

Co-sponsored by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. This event is part of the Virtual Research Resources Series.

A zoom link will be provided after registration.

To request accommodations for this event, please contact pulcomm@princeton.edu at least 3 working days in advance. Event Type: Webinar For: ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY, GRADUATE/POSTDOC, INTERNATIONAL GRAD STUDENTS & POST-DOCS

Virtual Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 3 – 3:30pm Registration is required. There are 48 seats available. Registration is required. There are 48 seats available.

Make the most of your summer with fun, free resources available from Princeton University Library. During this webinar, you’ll learn about Rosetta Stone for language learning; Dixon e-books and audio books for leisure reading; free access to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal; and the Anywhere Access browser extension. Plus, you’ll learn the best way to connect to these resources off-campus and how to get technical support.

Presented by Jen Hunter, Librarian for Reference and Research Services and Joe Marciniak, Electronic Resources Librarian

Co-sponsored by Princeton University Library (PUL) and the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. This event is part of the Virtual Research Resources Series. Event Type: Webinar For: UNDERGRADUATE, FACULTY, GRADUATE/POSTDOC, INTERNATIONAL GRAD STUDENTS & POST-DOCS, EVERYONE

Friday, July 3, 2020, 11am – 12pm Event Type: Holiday, University For: EVERYONE

Postdoc Events at Davis IC

Check davisic.princeton.edu/events for postdoc events.