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Mentoring in Active Learning and Teaching (MALT)

Mentoring in Active Learning and Teaching (MALT) | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
Getting the opportunity to develop and implement active learning techniques over a sustained period is essential for those who seek careers focused on teaching. These experiences can be hard to fin...
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Independent Postdocs: Resources

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Science Careers, a part of the journal Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, is the leading resource for job listings and career advice in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Science Careers
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This list, which dates from 2009, presents different funding opportunities for post-doctoral scholars.

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Foreign Faculty Face Challenges

Foreign Faculty Face Challenges | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
Science Careers, a part of the journal Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, is the leading resource for job listings and career advice in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Science Careers
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Carnegie Classifications | Lookup & Listings

Carnegie Classifications | Lookup & Listings | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
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ACademic Career Exploration and Applications: Use these Carnegie Classifications to search for institutions by type and location and to taylor your applications.

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2013-14 AAUP Faculty Salary Survey

2013-14 AAUP Faculty Salary Survey | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
Explore an interactive database on faculty salaries in 2013-14, from a national survey conducted by the American Association of University Professors.
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While searching for academic positions, browse this site to get a sense of the salary range at each institution.

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Template Library - Research Development Office (RDO): Templates and Guides - UCSF Guides at University of California, San Francisco

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From Claire Will at OCPD: 

The Research Development Office has been working with the Library to develop a 'boilerplate template' resource.  It is now available online if you have signed into UCSF myaccess

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The five mentors every student needs | Synapse

The five mentors every student needs | Synapse | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
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Great article by OCPD Director Naledi Saul!

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K99 grant writing

K99 grant writing | Academic Career Development for Life Scientists | Scoop.it
Advice on how to write a K99
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Excellent, detailed blog posting on developing your K99 proposal from a UCSF postdoc who received the award.

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Career Advice

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Post your career and lab questions on this forum and get answers from mentors at institutions around the country.

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ASM Science Teaching Fellowship Program

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Faculty Programs
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Online program for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students looking to apply for positions at teaching positions. Application deadline is September 12th: http://facultyprograms.org/index.php/stf-program/2014-2015-program-description/application-information

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