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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.
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.
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.
Postdoc Events at McGraw Center
In this workshop, we will focus on how to make diversity, equity, and inclusion central to the process of designing a course. We will look at three interrelated aspects of course design: establishing what you hope students will gain from taking the course, creating thoughtful assignments to meet those goals, and using inclusive strategies for assessing these assignments. We will ask participants to reflect on current or future courses they might design, brainstorm how diversity and inclusion might form some of the foundations of that design, and share these ideas with peers facing similar challenges. You should leave this workshop with a sense of how you might design equitable and inclusive courses--especially useful for the job market and for the teaching transcript program--and also how you might apply these insights to teaching as an AI.
We encourage all participants to have the latest version of Zoom installed on their devices before the workshop to ensure that they have access to all updated features the platform provides.
This is the second workshop of the Inclusive and Equitable Pedagogy series, and can also be taken as a standalone workshop. Feel free to come to one or all of the workshops in the series!
Facilitators: Kate Thorpe and Joseph Woldman
This event may be counted as a pedagogy workshop for the Teaching Transcript program. Event Type: Workshop For: GRADUATE/POSTDOC
A Zoom link will be shared with participants the morning of the event.
In this 1-hour session we provide an overview of how you can use Panopto with Zoom in your Canvas courses. We’ll show you how to automatically import your Zoom recordings into your Panopto folder in Canvas, how to embed a Panopto video on a course page, and how students can use Panopto. We will leave time for questions and also provide you with links to additional resources. Event Type: Workshop For: ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY, GRADUATE/POSTDOC, INTERNATIONAL GRAD STUDENTS & POST-DOCS
Postdoc Events at Davis IC
The session is designed for international students in F-1 status in their last year of program including Class of 2021 and Graduate students (master’s and doctoral) in the last year of their program. This session will focus on the application process for post-graduation OPT work permit and give you detailed information about the timeline, SEVIS, travel during OPT, and immigration status...