Preparing Future Faculty – Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Program at University of Missouri
Applications will be due September 27, 2021.
The Preparing Future Faculty – Faculty Diversity (PFFFD) Postdoctoral Program is designed to promote faculty diversity by developing scholars for tenure-track faculty positions at the University of Missouri or elsewhere. The PFFFD program is a unique opportunity for emerging scholars. PFFFD postdocs participate in professional development activities that integrate and expose them to the faculty experience.
Applicants should demonstrate how they can contribute to faculty diversity, such as through membership in a group that is historically underrepresented or through other experience and training. Postdoctoral positions are typically for two years and provide research, teaching, and professional development opportunities. The stipend is $56,000 per year plus University benefits and professional development funds. To be eligible for this program, applicants must have completed their doctoral degree, or expect to complete their degree no later than July 1, 2022.
Sinclair School of Nursing
Seeking a scholar whose interests align with the campus’ NextGen Precision Health Initiative; preference for a scholar who complements our strengths in cancer/oncology research, healthcare delivery research, aging/gerontological research, and/or population health research, especially as related to informatics.
For more information about the PFFFD Postdoctoral program and how to apply click here
Email Dr. Behm-Morawitz (Associate Dean of the Graduate School) at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the PFFFD postdoctoral program.
Pictured: Nursing PFFFD Postdoctoral fellow Yang Li, PhD (right) is pictured with Dean Sarah Thompson (left). Yang’s winning abstract was entitled “Exploring the Optimal Allostatic Load Scoring Method in Women of Reproductive Age”.
Every semester we are proud to graduate another professionally-driven class of nurses from the Sinclair School of Nursing. This summer’s accelerated class faced many challenges, not only persevering through those challenges but also being adaptable in a time of uncertainty. They will leave our doors with everything they need to succeed and our doors remain open, – our faculty, staff and alumni are all here to support and cheer them on in this next chapter. Here are a few of our graduates and their chosen quotes of inspiration. Please join us in celebrating the talented 2020 graduates of the Sinclair School of Nursing.
CONGRATULATIONS! Sinclair School of Nursing has some really fun things in store for you on our Commencement Celebration page. You’ll be able to:
- Link to commencement.missouri.edu to see what campus is doing.
- Students, Faculty and Staff can record and leave well-wishes on our Flipgrip program.
- You can sign the commencement guest book!
- Download fun fillable pages to post or make your own memory sheet.
- Download fun stickers and Facebook banners to support your nursing grad.
- See our featured Outstanding Graduate, Hannah Fortner
- Find your name on our virtual program.
- Follow what we are posting and sharing on our social media sites.
CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE PAGE!
We hope you have a wonderful day of celebration. Our graduates have worked so hard and deserve so much. All of us at SSON are proud of you and cheering you on until we can meet in person again.
Nearly 100 graduate students are on campus this week for orientation into their areas of study. This gives our students the opportunity to meet the faculty members, their classmates, and gives them access to our advising staff.
We also welcomed the very first class of RN-MSN students to the nursing program.
The class met on campus June 4 and 5, 2018 at the Sinclair School of Nursing. Bottom Row from left to right: Shana Luebbering, Rachel Blomberg. Back Row: Tara Herweck, Katlynn Mueller, Sarah Musrove, Paula Allen-Thomas, and Heidi Baumgartner.
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