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Preparing Future Faculty –Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Program Now accepting applications for 2021
I am pleased to share with you the 2021 call for applications for the University of Missouri's Preparing Future Faculty – Faculty Diversity (PFFFD) Postdoctoral Program. The PFFFD program is designed to develop scholars for tenure-track faculty positions. 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. Postdoctoral positions are typically for two years and provide research, teaching, and professional development opportunities.
Anthropology is seeking a scientific archaeologist with specialization in human-environment dynamics and geographic focus outside the American Southwest. Candidates with potential for links to the Archaeometry Laboratory at the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) desirable.
When submitting application please make sure your cover letter identifies anthropology as your intended postdoctoral program academic unit.
Please see the call for applications for more details about the program and application process. General questions about the PFFFD program can be directed to Dr. Behm-Morawitz, Associate Dean of the Graduate School (postdoc@Missouri.edu). If you have any questions about applying to our research area, specifically, I am happy to answer your questions.
Applications are due November 2, 2020 by 11:59 pm (Central time)
Additional Salary Information: The stipend is a minimum of $56,000 per year plus University benefits and professional development funds.
Internal Number: PFFFD
About University of Missouri
Established in 1839, the University of Missouri knows what it means to be first. We were the first public university west of the Mississippi River. We are home to the world’s first journalism school. We started the tradition of homecoming. As a flagship, land-grant institution and one of only 65 universities across the U.S. and Canada to be a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, we are a campus where empathy, innovation and hard work combine to solve the world’s grand challenges. Our community of students, faculty and staff enhances bovine reproduction, composes award-winning music and generates life-saving radioisotopes in the most powerful university research reactor in the country. We tackle diverse problems because Missouri is a diverse state — from the southern Ozarks to the northern plains. We are Mizzou, where Black and Gold runs deep and Truman the Tiger embodies our bold spirit.