Workshop Slides and Video Archive

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Descriptions of previous workshops and events are below; click on the presentation link to download a .pdf version of the slides, when available.


Spring Event 2017 - "Breaking Out of Your Postdoc"

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Keynote Address by Dr. Lori Conlan

The spring event  was held on Friday May 19, 2017 at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering AME Building Room 106. The keynote address was given by Dr. Lori Conlan, Director of Postdoctoral Affairs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Conlan provided attendees strategies to find a career and how to build interview opportunities. In addition, Dr. Kenneth Hanson, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, FSU spoke of his journey on the academic job market while serving as a postdoc. Dr. Matthew Curran, Assistant Director of Food Safety for the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services shared who FDACS is; what they do; and his personal journey. There was a panel discussion provided by three industrial scientists/research specialists & three assistant professors.

If you would like to hear any of the lectures and panel discussions, they can be viewed at our facebook site as videos - FSUPostdocs or you may download the PP slide visuals as hyperlinked below.

You can download the event schedule flyer Here.

You can see posted photos of the event on our Flickr Site Here.

Presentation Time

Presenter/Documents (PDF)

1:00 - 1:05 PM Welcome and Introduction: Dr. Janet Kistner, Vice President for Faculty Development & Advancement at the Florida State University
1:05 - 3:00 PM

Keynote Address:  Dr. Lori Conlan, Director of Postdoctoral Affairs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), "Breaking into a Permanent Career"Presentation SLIDES 

3:00 - 3:15 PM

 Dr. Erminia Fardone, Introduction to Postdoctoral Association at FSU, Presentation  SLIDES

3:15 - 3:35 PM

Coffee Break and Photographs

3:35 - 3:50 PM Dr. Kenneth Hanson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Florida State University, "One Postdoc's Journey on the Academic Job Market",  Presentation  SLIDES
3:50 - 4:05 PM Dr. Matthew Curran, Assistant Director at Division of Food Safety, Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, "Interviewing for a Government or State Agency",  Presentation SLIDES
4:10 - 5:10 PM

Panel Discussion:

Dr. Christianne Beekman, Assistant Professor in Physics Department at the Florida State University & CMS experimental physicist at the MagLab; 

Dr. Kenneth Hanson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Florida State University; 

Dr. Matthew Curran, Assistant Director, Division of Food Safety, FDACS;

Dr. Fadi Aldeek, Environmental Specialist III at FDACS & Adjunct  Professor of Chemistry at TCC; 

Dr. Brian K. Washburn, Hybridoma/Molecular Research Specialist at Cell, Molecular & Integrative Biology & Research Associate at Hybridoma Facility.

5:15 - 5:30 PM Break
5:30 PM Potluck Dinner

"Welcome" Mini-Orientation for New Postdoctoral Scholars on Campus and Postdoctoral Director Workshop

The Winter Welcome and Workshop was held on January 30, 2017 in the Honors Scholars and Fellows (HSF) building, room 3009.  We would kindly appreciate your feedback so that we can guide our programming to the needs of postdocs and their departmental coordinators.  If you are a postdoctoral scholar that attended, please give us your feedback here! - 5 minute survey.  If you are a director of postdoctoral scholars and attended the workshop, please give us your feedback here! - 5 minute survey.

Presentation Time

Presenter/Documents (PDF)

12:00 PM Welcome, Debra Ann Fadool, Director of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPDA)
12:05- 12:15 PM

Tanya Schaad, J1 Exchange Visitor Adviser (VISA, International Scholars) Presentation

12:15 - 12:25 PM

Lisa Liseno, Assistant Dean, Director of Instructional Excellence (Teaching Postdoctoral Scholars)PIE Website

12:25 - 12:40 PM

Debra Fadool, Opportunities, Resources, Annual Events, and Policies (Mini-Orientation) Main Presentation and also Individual Development Plan

12:40 - 12:50 PM Kathy Worthman and Michael Horgan, Human Resources (Health Insurance, OPS and Campus Benefits)
Postdoc Health Benefits and Retirement Plans
12:50 - 1:00 PM Erminia Fardone, Vice-President of the Postdoctoral Association (PDA)
Presentation

Postdoctoral Fall Symposium, Poster Competition, and Awards Ceremony

FSU College of Medicine Atrium, September 23, 2016, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

The 4th Annual Postdoctoral Symposium and Poster Competition was held on Friday, September 23rd at the FSU College of Medicine Atrium.   This event was in celebration of the national postdoctoral awareness week and is a wonderful opportunity for you to meet your fellow postdoctoral colleagues!

We had great afternoon of research interactions, a keynote address, and an interactive panel workshop on the theme "Being Your Own Boss" - Please see the attached flyer.  There were judged awards in 5 different divisions ($100 award checks to the top presenters) including a People's Choice Award. We extend our congratulations to the following award winners! -

Winners

Tiglet Besara = 1st Place for Physical Sciences.  "Hardest Known Biocompatible Intermetallic Compounds:  B-Ti3AU"

Katherine Dale = 1st Place for Interdisciplinary Research.  "Mapping the Anatomy of Inspiration:  Identifying and Analyzing Elicitors of Self-transcendent Emotions in Media"

Payal Ghoshi = 1st Place for Life Sciences.  "Potential Effects of Deep Space Radiation on Vascular Function and Impact on Astronant Health"

Veronique Richard = People's Choice Award. "Effects of a Creativity Supportive Environment on Divergent Thinking and Performance in Athletics"

Slide Sets from Keynote Speakers and Panelists

Dr. Michael Blaber (keynote address) - "How to be Your Own Boss:  Establishing a Startup or Research Laboratory"

Dr. Jonathan Adams - FSU College of Communications and Information

Dr. Raghuram Dhumpa - Innovatech Engineering

Dr. Wendy Plant - Jim Moran School of Entrepreheurship

Dr. Ashkan Salamat - Univeristy Las Vegas Department of Physics and Astronomy

 

Symposium Program Booklet

Program Booklet coming soon. 

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Symposium Flyer

View the flyer coming soon. 

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Feedback Survey

Provide us with feedback on the symposium and how it went. 

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2016 New Postdoctoral Orientation

In August 2016, there was an annual orientation for all postdoctoral scholars and their mentors who had been on the FSU campus for one year or less.  Older postdocs were welcome to attend but not required.  Please use this website as a resource for the slide presentations provided by the orientation speakers until a full handbook is established later this year on postdoctoral policies.  If you are a PI or new Postdoctoral Scholar who was not able to attend the August 2016 Orientation, please feel free to contact D. Fadool  for any policy or opportunity clarifications after viewing the resource of the slide set below.  We also encourage you to register for one of the "Welcome" sessions held over lunchtime, quarterly, in Oct, Jan, April, or July.

We highly encourage Postdoctoral Scholars and their advisors to formulate an Individual Development Plan (IDP)

  • 'Click here' for the 2016 Orientation Agenda.
  • 'Click here'  for NIH Policy Regarding IDP and Investigator Annual Progress Reports (RPPR) 

2016 Orientation Presentations


Presenter Name

Presentations (PDF)

Debra Ann Fadool, Director & Associate Dean, OPDA Expectations, Policies, Shared Core Facilities & Resources
Kathy Harper, Director of Lab Animal Resources
Julie Haltiwanger, Office of Research 
Use of Animals in Research & Teaching 
Animal Research at FSU (ACUC) 
Human Subjects Committee- Protecting Human Research Subjects 
Human Subjects at FSU (HSC)
Debra Ann Fadool, Director & Associate Dean, OPDA Introduction to Individual Development Plan (IDP)
Thomas Whitley, Associate Director, Office of Fellowships & Awards

Funding your Research

Duncan Sousa, Director of Biological Imaging and Resource Center Does your Research Involve High-End Imaging & Microscopy?
Lisa Liseno, Director & Assistant Dean, Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE) Does your Appointment Include Teaching or Do You Seek This Opportunity?

Kathy Worthman, Human Resources
Michael Horgan, Human Resources

Health Insurance Benefits
Retirement Options

Judy Devine, Associate Dean, The Graduate School Preparing Future Faculty & Preparing Future Professional Programs
Olivia Pope, Associate Vice President for Research Office of Research & Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Brian Barton, Assistant Dean for Business Operations, The Graduate School Blackboard & OMNI; Travel Award Reimbursements
Renaine Julian, Research Librarian Data Management and University Services
Nikhil Gupta, President Postdoctoral Association (PDA) Postdoctoral Governance
National Postdoctoral Association
Biannual Events 
Jim Russell, Deputy Chief, Assistant Director Public Safety Campus Safety and New Phone Applications
Kristen Hagen, Associate Director, Center for Global Engagement International Scholars, Visa Requirements, & the Global Community
Patrick Kennel, Director, Center for Intensive English Studies (CIES) Want to Improve Your Communication Skills?

Special Summer Postdoc Mentoring Workshop and Lunch

August 17th, 2016 - 12pm in KIN2057

"Alumni Made Good"

We were very excited to host postdoc alumna Dr. Thelma Madzima and graduate student alumnus Dr. Stephen Frausto as they discussed their post-FSU career experiences in: 'Careers in Academia and in Law/Patents'

Thelma F. Madzima, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Washington, Bothell, is a former postdoctoral scholar in the FSU Department of Biological Science. She has been at UWB for one year and has now set up her lab and is continuing her research on the mechanisms of epigenetic regulation of gene expression in plants. She discussed her experiences setting up her lab, beginning her independent research program, and teaching.

Stephen Frausto, PhD, is a former graduate student in the FSU Department of Biological Science. He is about to begin his third year of law school at New York University. He has spent the past 2 summers working as a biotech patent prosecution summer associate at the law firm Morrison and Foerster. He will be a patent law clerk this year and start as a patent prosecution associate at Morrison & Foerster in Fall 2017. He shared his experiences and the career options for biology PhDs in patent law. He also discussed non-law school paths to patent prosecution, scientific support positions in patents, and examiner positions in the US Patent and Trademark Office.


Postdoctoral Spring Event - "Managing Data and People"

May 13, 2016; 1:00 to 5:00 PM

Room 106, 2003 Levy Avenue, Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Building (AME)
FAMU-FSU Engineering Campus

The Postdoctoral Association and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs had an engaging afternoon workshop followed by a potluck dinner for socializing and networking. Dr. Gary Ostrander, VP for Research kicked off the opening of the event. The keynote address and associated interactive activity was provided by Dr. Lucia Barker, who contributed to the textbook "Making the Right Moves" and has directed postdoctoral scholars through HHMI for many years. Ms. Amber Wagner presented on soft skills that are essential to the successful operation of any research program where you are the supervisor. Due to the size of large data sets and formulating data management plans, Mr. Renaine Julian provided very helpful information on resources available at FSU to maintain large data sets coordinated with manuscript publication.


Presentation Time

Presenter/Documents (PDF)

1:00 PM Dr. Lucia Barker, Scientific Program Manager, American Society of Human Genetics
"Mentoring Must-dos: Solid Mentoring in a Shifting Environment"
2:00 PM Dr. Lucia Barker, Interactive workshop
"Mentors and Mentees - Speed Dating Workshop
2:40 PM Ms. Amber Wagner, HR Administrator, FSU Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance - Slides here
"Creating Inclusive Workplaces: Diversity, Inclusion, and Complicance"
3:30 PM

Discussion and Break, Photographing

4:00 PM Mr. Renaine Julian, Data Research Librarian, FSU Libraries - Slides here
"Effective Data Stewardship: from Planning to Implementation"
5:30 PM Potluck Dinner, Socializing, and Networking
Bring your family, children, friends, advisor, labmates and your favorite dish to share! The OPDA will be providing the main course. Kitchen and refrigeration available.

 

Grant Mechanisms: Ins and Outs (Session One)

Tuesday, February 16, 2016; 2:00 - 4:00 PM, Honors, Scholars, and Fellows House (4003)

  • See the full flyer (PDF) here.

Presenter Name

Areas of Expertise/ Documents(PDF)

Dr. Debra A. Fadool National Institutes of Health (NIH)- PDF
Dr. James M. Fadool

Women in Science (L'Oréal)
National Institutes of Health Minority Supplements- PDF

Dr. Rick Hyson National Institutes of Health (NIH)- PDF
Dr. James Kimbrell

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)- N/A

Dr. Kay Jones United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)- PDF
Dr. Emily Moriarty-Lemmon National Science Foundation (NSF), Dissertation Improvement Grants- PDF

Dr. Jose Pinto

American Heart Association (AHA)- PDF

Dr. Alan Spector National Institutes of Health (NIH)- PDF
Dr. Adrienne Stephenson National Science Foundation (NSF), Webinar Workshops- PDF

Postdoctoral Scholar Oral Presentation Symposium

The Postdoctoral Scholar Oral Presentation Symposium, hosted by Biological Science and sponsored by VWR, was held on Monday, Feb. 8th, from 10:30 AM - 2 PM in King 2057. Postdocs from Biological Science gave 12-minute presentations on their research. Gustavo Galdo presented a $1000 credit toward VWR equipment for the best overall presentation. Congratulations to Dr. David McNutt who was awarded the best overal presentation award! A thank you to all the faculty that served as judges for the event.

For questions, contact Dr. Kay Jones, Associate Professor and Biology Postdoctoral Coordinator, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University

Contact information: http://www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-jones.php

Presenter Name

Title

D. Fadool, Director of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Opening remarks
Juan Carlos Rivera-Mulia(Gilbert lab)

Replication timing abnormalities in pediatric leukemia

Gengqiang Xie (Deng lab) Snr1, distinct from other components of the SWI/SNF complex, acts as a tumor suppressor in Drosophila imaginal tissues
Jianjun Wu (Zhu lab)

Inhibition of cGAS DNA sensing by Herpesvirus virion protein

Lunch (provided) N/A
Lida Ghazanfari (Lenhert lab) Synthesis of nanohybrid system for treatment of breast tumor in controlled laser hyperthermia

Matthew Johnson (Stroupe lab)

One dataset, many maps: 3D electron cryo-microscopy of a structurally heterogenous ribosome assembly intermediate

Carl Whittington (Rokyta lab) Limited proteolysis in protein biochemistry and experimental viral evolution
David McNutt (Underwood lab) Variation in plant-mediated intra- and interspecific interactions among insect herbivores: Effects of host plant genotype
Gustavo Galdo Presentation of award provided by VWR


Third Annual Postdoctoral Symposium and Poster Competition

Friday, September 25th, 2015 in the FSU College of Medicine Atrium and Auditorium, 12:30 to 6 pm

In recognition of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, Florida State University hosted the third annual Postdoctoral Symposium on Friday, September 25th in the FSU College of Medicine Atrium and Auditorium. The topic of the keynote address from Dr. Mark Martindale, newly appointed director for the Whitney Marine Laboratory of the University of Florida, was "You can't get there from here' and other myths of academic leadership." The best poster presentation awards were given in the fields of Life Science, Physical Science, and Humanities/Interdisciplinary.

Thank you to all of our poster presenters and special congratulations to the 1st place winners for the following three categories.

Poster Presentation Winners:

  • Humanities/Interdisciplinary: Rebecca Brower, A Policy Implementation Typology of Florida's Developmental Education Reform
  • Physical Science: Paula Giraldo-Gallo, Fermiology of Hold-doped PbTe: Insights to Understand Superconductivity in a Valence Disproportionated System
  • Life Science: Ambalika Sarkar, Antidepressant Effect of Ketamine in Male and Female Rats

Travel Award Recipients:

The Office of Postdoctroal Affairs administers a minimum of 10 travel awards each year with applications accepted in July and January. For more information, please visit /Resources/Postdoc-Travel-Awards

The recipients at the Postdoctoral Symposium are below:

  • Dr. Elizabeth Ellwood, traveling to the Bioinformation Diversity Standards, Nairobi Kenya
  • Dr. Ekaterina Maksimova, traveling to the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco USA
  • Dr. Abalika Sarkar, traveling to the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago USA


Special Lecture and Visiting Scholar

September 16, Wednesday, 3:10 pm, in Psychology Building, PDB A211

Presenter: Dr. Peter Hitchcock, Professor, Associate Dean, and Director of Postdoctoral Affairs from the University of Michigan

Dr. Hitchcock visited from the University of Michigan and lectured to postdoctoral scholars, faculty mentors, coordinators/directors of postdoctoral trainees, and members of the postdoctoral advisory board during the normal Program in Neuroscience Colloquium time slot at 3:10 pm. The title of his lecture was "Institutional resources and a two directional relationship between sponsor and mentee, leads to competitive independent scientists".

This special guest lecturer was sponsored by the OPDA and hosted by Dr. Debra Ann Fadool and Dr. Nancy Marcus
http://www.rackham.umich.edu/about/deans-office/dean-hitchcock
http://www.rackham.umich.edu/postdoctoral

  • To download the flyer, click here.
  • To download the slides, click here.


 

Life at a Regional Teaching University: Pitfalls to Avoid

Monday, July 27, 2015 12:00-1:00 pm
Biological Science (KIN), 2057
Presenter: FSU Postdoc Alumna Melissa Cavallin Johnson (University of West Georgia)
Sponsor: Biological Science - Postdoc Workshop
Description: Dr. Johnson discussed the process for obtaining tenure at a teaching-focused institution, how to conduct research at smaller institutions, problems faced during the tenure process, the importance of mentorship, and balancing career and personal life.


2015 FSU Postdoctoral Association (PDA) Spring Event

Friday, May 29, 2015; 1:00 - 5:00 pm
"Career Paths Beyond Academia"
FSU MagLab - Room B101

Description: Postdocs had the opportunity to explore career paths in several domains outside the traditional university setting. The event featured strategies for postdoctoral career success (D. Fadool), broad career resources for postdoctoral fellows (J. Lenz), working environment in a state government laboratory (F. Aldeek and M. Crosswhite), private consultant employment (D. Lipten), and commercialization and entrepreneurship (B. Edington).

An accompanying free text was available at the workshop:

"Making the Right Moves - A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty".
You may click here for the online version or write to Debra Fadool at opda-info@fsu.edu to arrange to get a copy of the book.


Managing difficult post doc - mentor relationships

Thursday, November 14, 2014; 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Biological Science (Kin.), 2057
Speaker- Dr. Karen McGinnis from the Department of Biology
Dr. McGinnis talked about handling diffiult mentor-fellow relationships successfully. She shared her experiences as a former postdoc as well as a current PI.


Postdocs' Benefits Talk

October 7, 2014; 12:00 noon
College of Medicine Room 1302
Presenter: Human Resources Representatives Kelly McLaughlin and Kathy Gartley
This talk provided information about the benefits available to postdoctoral scholars who work more than 30 hours per week at FSU. Are you eligible? Didn't sign up last year? Want to learn more about your options?


Finding and applying to the right postdoctoral fellowship for you

July 22, 2014; 12:00 noon
College of Medicine Room 1306
Presenter: Dr. Keisha John, Director of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
At this workshop, participants learned about the resources at FSU to assist them during their search for research funding. Dr. John also discussed some example fellowships for postdoctoral fellows at FSU.


Immigration Visa Options for Scholars

Saturday February 15, 2014; 10:00 am
Center for Global Engagement 2600
Presenter: Alexander Dgebuadze from Sostrin Immigration in Encino, CA
This workshop provided information about non-immigrant visas like O-1, and permanent visas like EB-1(A) Extraordinary Ability, National Interest Waiver and EB-2 Exceptional Ability.


The Basics of Technology Entrepreneurship

Tuesday October 29, 2013; 4:00 - 5:30 pm
College of Medicine Room 1306
Speaker- Dr. Mike Devine, Adjunct Professor
This workshop for Postdoctoral Associates followed up on the October 2nd workshop "Is Entrepreneurship for you?" It provided an overview of the key steps in the process of analyzing whether an initial idea actually has commercial potential.


The Academic Interview: What to Expect and How to Prepare

October 24, 2013, 3:00 - 4:30 PM
Scholars Commons, 5A, Strozier Library
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Grant, Department Chair, History
Do you plan to attend a conference where you may have several interviews? How do you plan for a telephone interview? What should you expect during an interview at a neutral place, such as an airport? How do you prepare for the interview process on a college/university campus? These and other questions were answered in this informative workshop led by an experienced faculty member.


Is Entrepreneurship for you?

October 2, 2013; 4:00 pm
College of Medicine Room 1306
Facilitator: Postdoc, Milica Vukmirovic
Panelists: Jeffrey Whalen, Assistant Scholar, FSU and founder of "Specialized Crystal Processing"; Jason Robotham, Postdoctoral Associate, FSU, and founder of "BioFront Technologies"; Jacob VanLandingham, Assistant Professor, FSU, and founder of "Prevacus"
Brent Edington, PhD, Director of Commercialization, FSU; John Fraser, Assistant Vice President for Research & Economic Development and Executive Director of Intellectual Property Office, FSU

During this panel discussion FSU's Faculty, Entrepreneurs and Intellectual Property Officers shared their experiences and methods on how to recognize innovative, profitable and commercial ideas in the classroom, laboratory and during every day experiences.


Congratulations, you have the job. Now, how are you going to run a lab?

Monday September 9, at 9:30 am
King 2057
Speaker- Dr. David Houle
Sponsor- Biology Postdoctoral Workshop


Grants Workshop Series 2013

Session 4: Interactive Grant Aims Development Workshop

Thursday June 27, 1:30-3:30 pm
Dr. Richard Nowakowski
Student Services Building Room 203
Contemplating submitting an NIH application? Kick start your application process with this interactive Aims Development Workshop. If you already have your aims this will provide an excellent opportunity to share your ideas and receive feedback from your colleagues.


Writing Your Résumé

Tuesday June 25, 3:00-4:30 pm
Dunlap Success Center, Room 1006
Presenter: Dr. Janet Lenz
Do you know the sections and typical length of a résumé? What do prospective employers expect when they read your résumé? At the close of the workshop you will have the tools and links to resources in order to craft your professional résumé. This will be an interdisciplinary, interactive workshop.


NIH Grants Workshop Series 2013

Session 3: Working With FSU'S Office Of Sponsored Research Services

Thursday June 20th, 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Student Services Building Room 203
Speakers: Julie Wammack, Catherine Stresing and Jan James
Do you have an eRA commons ID? What is the proposal transmittal form? This session provided an overview to FSU's policies regarding NIH grant applications.


Writing Your Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Tuesday June 18, 3:00-4:30 pm
Dunlap Success Center, Room 1006
Presenter: Dr. Janet Lenz
Did you know that a curriculum vitae is longer than a résumé, and its format varies by discipline? This interdisciplinary, interactive workshop included sample CVs to evaluate, tips for those seeking academic positions, and resources to explore following the workshop.


Life at an R1 university: insights from my first four years

Monday June 10, at 9:30 am
King 2057
Speaker- FSU Alumna Dr. Ann Morris (University of Kentucky)
Sponsor- Biology Postdoctoral Workshop


NIH Grants Workshop Series- 2013

Session 1: Introduction to the NIH and Review Process

Thursday June 6th, 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm
Student Services Building Room 203
Speaker: Richard Hyson
Learn about the NIH grants process from the perspective of a successful applicant and reviewer.


Navigating the Transition to Liberal Arts Academia

Wednesday May 15 at 4:00 pm
COM Room 1302
Speaker- Dr. Kasandra Riley
Sponsor- College of Medicine
Interested in preparing for a teaching position at a college or university?
The purpose of this event was to provide guidance and address questions postdocs and graduate students have about pursuing a teaching position at a liberal arts college.


Planning for Tenure

Monday April 8, at 9:30 am
King 2057
Speaker- Dr. Scott Steppan
Sponsor- Biology Postdoctoral Workshop


Faculty in a Research Institution: Expectations, Opportunities, Challenges

February 7, 2013 at 8:30 AM - Noon
Student Services Building 203
Presenters: FSU administrators and faculty
This workshop helped graduate students and postdoctoral scholars prepare for faculty responsibilities in a research work environment. Senior administrators offered their perspectives on faculty life and/or current responsibilities at FSU. Refreshments were provided by the Congress of Graduate Students.

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