Postdocs are an important part of the UNH Graduate School community and we wish to celebrate them and their work! This page is meant to highlight some important and useful resources for postdocs. A more comprehensive list of resources and opportunities can be found on the UNH Postdoctoral Association webpage.
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The UNH Postdoctoral Association is a support network of postdoctoral scholars at UNH, whose purpose is to build the postdoc community through professional development and social events, provide representation for postdocs to UNH administration, and advocate for constructive changes in the research environment.
The National Postdoctoral Association provides online resources and webinars for postdocs to succeed at their current institution and navigate the next step in their career, whether academic or industry; all UNH postdocs can sign up for free ‘individual affiliate’ membership.
The UNH Research Newsletter is a bi-weekly newsletter announcing research-related events, workshops, and resources available to postdocs and faculty; released by the UNH Office of Research, Economic Engagement, and Outreach.
Curious about what biomedical Ph.D.s do for their career? In the “Beyond the Lab” series, the ASPIRE Program interviews Vanderbilt Ph.D. and postdoctoral alumni about their career path. We have video interviews published on YouTube, and an audio version available as podcasts. Some alumni have both a video and a podcast! Visit the website here.
A working group designed to share, develop, and receive feedback on job application documents. Meets weekly. Check the UNH Master Calendar for dates and times.
Helpful UNH Resources
UNH Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CEITL) provides resources and workshops to faculty, postdocs, and graduate students to improve their teaching skills and enhance student learning.
UNH Beauregard Center for Equity, Justice, and Freedom works with students, postdocs, faculty, and staff, especially those in underrepresented groups, to “create a more inclusive, equitable, and socially just campus through education, advising, advocacy, and community building”.
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