The PFF Postdoctoral Programs provide teaching and/or research and professional development opportunities for postdoctoral scholars. The programs allows postdoctoral scholars opportunities to participate in mentored training to more fully prepare them for their careers. There are two PFF Postdoctoral Fellowship Programs. Both accept applications based upon funding availability. Read about the programs below:
The PFF Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity is designed to promote and develop scholars for tenure-track faculty positions at the University of Missouri or elsewhere, in any discipline. Applicants should demonstrate how they can contribute to faculty diversity, such as through membership in a group that is historically underrepresented in a particular discipline or through other training or experience. The fellowships are for 2 years, during which time the scholars focus on scholarship and participate in professional development activities that integrate and expose them to the faculty experience. Click here for more information.
The PFF Teaching Postdoctoral Program is a 9-month position designed specifically for any postdoctoral fellow on the MU campus and MU doctoral students who will be completing their degree prior to the start of the fellowship. The goal of this program is to provide and/or expand teaching and professional development opportunities for postdoctoral scholars. Fellows are invited to develop discipline-based or interdisciplinary courses or teach prepared courses in their discipline. Funding for this program requires a match from the academic unit in which they will be housed. [This program is not currently accepting applications.]
Email Dr. Behm-Morawitz at email@example.com if you have any questions about a PFF postdoctoral program.