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National Center for Institutional Diversity: the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program


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Description:
This university-wide, interdisciplinary initiative seeks to advance NCID’s national commitment to institutional diversity and its strategic agenda to bridge exemplary scholarship with multilevel engagement and innovation. The NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, established in 2008, promotes the outstanding work of early-career diversity scholars. A successful applicant will be attractive as both an NCID Fellow and a tenure-track or research faculty member at U-M and its peer institutions. While we welcome new PhD applicants, successful candidates may also currently hold early career tenure-track positions. This program provides a unique opportunity for a one-year fellowship at NCID to support focused scholarship and engagement activities.

We anticipate awarding two NCID Postdoctoral Fellowships during the 2017-2018 academic year. The salary for postdoctoral fellows is $50,000 per year plus benefits. Fellows will receive additional support to support conference travel and other research-related expenses. Each of the fellowships offer protected research time, faculty mentoring, and career development opportunities. In addition, recipients of fellowships and other distinctions become part of our Diversity Scholars Network, a community of national exemplars engaged in innovative scholarship related to diversity.
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Participating Institution(s):
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University of Michigan (Lead)

Program Materials:
 • Postdoc Website this link takes you to a different website

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Academic Disciplines:
Education
Sociology

Keywords:
Diversity
Under-Represented Minorities

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