Posted November 17, 2023
Posted October 18, 2023
Please see the attachments for job and summer 2024 internship opportunities with Procter and Gamble.go/PhD-Openings-2023--17-October-23-vShare.xlsxgo/PhD-Internship-Openings-2023--17-October-23.xlsx If you have any questions, you can email Dr. Ian Henry directly, email@example.com.
Posted October 18, 2023
Subject: GRAD 590: Research Administration and Compliancego/Syllabus_GRAD59000_RAC_s2024.pdf
This spring I am offering another new course: GRAD 590 Research Administration and Compliance. The syllabus is attached and the course is intended to get students familiar with all of the admin and compliance support units and roles that make the R1 institution function. Speakers will include compliance and admin leaders (including Dr. Plaut from the EVPR perspective). I am also querying NSF and NIH about doing a guest lecture – to provide insight on federal agency opportunities. The class is meeting T from 9:30-11:20 from Jan 8 thru March 3 (8 week, 1 credit course). Thanks in advance for helping to get the word out about this new course.
P.S. The data management course ended up with 45/50 students with every college represented – thank you for helping it fill this fall!
P.S.S. This new course will be a third course that, when combined with GRAD 612 (RCR) and GRAD 590 (Data Mgmt & Record Keeping) will earn a student an informal certificate in Research Administration, Compliance and Ethics from my office. However, my hope would be we might, in the longer term, partner the three 1 credit hour courses with 6 credit hours from a department (that focuses on ethic, communication, research methods, etc.) to create a real post-bach certificate. I will likely try to work on that in the spring. If you know of units that would be interested in partnering to create such a certificate, please let me know.
Jamie Mohler, PhD
Associate Vice President of Scientific Integrity and Research
Compliance, Research Integrity Officer & Professor
Office of the Executive Vice President for Research
Hovde Hall, 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907
o: 765.496.6071 | c: 765.242.5160
Exec Asst: Devona Gangwer
o: 765.494.0245 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted October 13, 2023
Chemistry Graduate Program,
The Loras College Chemistry Program has begun a search for a tenure track position in organic chemistry. Loras College is a primarily undergraduate institution in Dubuque Iowa and the Chemistry Program has a commitment to quality teaching and engagement of undergraduates in research.
We would appreciate if you would make available the job description attached to your Ph.D. students who are approaching completion of the degree and post-doctoral researchers. It includes all the details of the position and how to apply. If you are not the appropriate contact to reach the graduate students, I apologize and if possible could you refer me to a better contact.go/LorasCollege_OrganicChemisty_JobDescription_2023.pdf
ADAM T. MOSER, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry,
Division of Molecular, Life, and Health Sciences
1450 Alta Vista St.
Dubuque, IA 52001
O: 563.588.7920 | Science Hall 213
Posted September 27, 2023
I am recruiting for multiple postdoc positions in the areas of materials science, mechanical and aerospace engineering, physical chemistry and physics. Job post attached.go/DlottPositionAnnouncementII.pdf
Dana D. Dlott
William H. and Janet G. Lycan Professor (E)
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
A208 Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory
Box 01-6 CLSL, MC-712 600 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801-3602
phone: (217)-333-3574 fax: (217)-244-3186
Posted September 25, 2023
Purdue’s Gifted Education Research and Resource Institute (GER2I) is now planning for the 2024 Summer Residential Program, June 30 - July 27, 2024, and we are currently recruiting educators with experience in the STEM fields and/or the humanities to design their own course(s).
We have three group levels:
Comets (5th & 6th graders) receive 30 hours of instruction for 1 week (3 hours AM + 3 hours PM); Stars (7th & 8th graders) and Pulsars (9th-12th graders) receive 30 hours of instruction over 2 weeks (3 hours AM OR 3 hours PM). The dates for the camps are:
Comet I: June 30-July 6
Comet II: July 7-July 13
Star I-Pulsar I: June 30-July 13
Star II-Pulsar II: July 14-July 27
We wonder if any of the graduate students or professors in your department would like to offer a course(s). We would very much appreciate it if you could share this teaching opportunity with your department list. Teachers can find more details on the invitation letter attached.go/_SRES-2024-Teacher-Recruitment-Letter.pdf
Thanks very much.
Sara D. Lee
GER2I Purdue University
100 N University St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Beering Hall 5178
Office: 765-494-7243 Email: email@example.com
Posted September 15, 2023
My name is Sarah Greenland-White, I’m the chair of a search committee for a chemistry faculty member at William Woods University, a private liberal arts school located in Fulton, Missouri.
I am writing to express William Woods University's interest in recruiting a chemistry faculty member (assistant/associate professor), for a tenure track, teaching-focused position starting August 2024, with a possible start date of January 2024. We would prefer candidates with a PhD in chemistry (or related field), but a master's degree is acceptable if the candidate has a strong record of teaching excellence.
The position is for teaching organic chemistry and general chemistry to undergraduate students. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about teaching and who is committed to providing students with a high-quality education.
If this is something your soon-to-be graduates may be interested in, would you please forward this link https://www.williamwoods.edu/employment/job_details.aspx?id=203 to your chemistry graduate students?
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Assistant Professor of Biology
Posted August 15, 2023
The Graduate School’s Office of Professional Development has 100+ new workshops scheduled for the Fall 2023 semester! Just a reminder – these workshops are free to attend for all graduate students and postdocs, and many are online.
The calendar is linked, so if you see something you are interested in, you just need to click the date next to the workshop to access the registration page. You can also find a complete list of our currently scheduled workshops at: https://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/professional-development/workshops/index.php
Please note: You must have a GoSignMeUp account to register for these free workshops. Step-by-step instructions for creating an account are attached. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, don’t forget that the graduate student who attends the most workshops this semester will receive a $250 travel grant!