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Resources for Postdocs

This page offers several links to resources available for postdocs who are at ASU or are interested in taking a position at ASU.  If you have questions that are not addressed in these links, don’t hesitate to contact Wiley Larsen, program manager.


Professional Development

Lunch & Learn Videos

Grant Writing

  • Visit funding.asu.edu for upcoming grant and proposal writing workshops  

Employee Tuition Reduction

  • Reduced in-state tuition is available to faculty and staff who are employed at least 50% within the state university system, their spouses and dependent children. You must be employed on the first day of the session to be eligible for employee reduced in-state tuition. At ASU, the Qualified Tuition Reduction Form must be submitted on or before the first day of a session to qualify for reduced tuition.  For details, visit https://students.asu.edu/tuition-reduction

ASU Minimum Postdoc Salary

 


Resources for new postdocs

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Resources at ASU

ASU Guidelines for Postdoctoral Scholars

ASU Family Resources - Find information and resources help you juggle parenting or elder care, study and work.

ASU Employee Counseling Services  --  ASU Student Counseling Services  (for non-ASU employees) 

ASU funding guidelines - ASU Funding Information distributes specific funding opportunity announcements to deans, department chairs, and individual faculty, as appropriate. Personnel knowledgeable about current grant and contract opportunities regularly hold workshops to assist faculty and staff in locating funding for their scholarly activities. Funding Information also provides liaison with the Community of Science (COS) and Grants Resource Center (GRC) for the University community.

ASU office of research and special projects administration (ORSPA) - ORSPA subscribes to many national databases and is constantly searching for career opportunities for junior faculty, new investigators, and other scholars who are at an early stage in their careers.

ASU postdoctoral residency training program  

Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) - PFx is a one-semester course that will introduce you to the many ways of mobilizing knowledge for multiple audiences as you explore diverse career pathways


Resources outside ASU

Aurora Online Professional Development Program - Aurora is Beyond the Professoriate’s online professional development training platform for graduate students, postdocs, and PhDs . Through two programs of study (Academic Careers and Professional Careers), postdocs and graduate students can explore career options and learn job search strategies to secure employment in academia and beyond. To log in simply visit Aurora, select Arizona State University, and enter your institutional login information.

CIRTL - Center for the Integration of Teaching and Learning - CIRTL uses graduate education as the leverage point to develop a national STEM faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse student audiences as part of successful professional careers. Log in using your ASU credentials.  cirtl.net

More Teaching Resources - Teaching and Learning Resources, Brown University 

Looking for a Postdoc Position? - Check out the Postdocs page on pathwaystoscience.org and click "Search Postdoc Positions" to find over 150 postdoc fellowships, positions, and professional development opportunities.

National Postdoc Association Career Page -Here's another one: careers.nationalpostdoc.org.

Postdoc Travel Awards - Found on Twitter -- a database of sources for postdoc travel funding: asntech.github.io/postdoc-funding-schemes/travel-grants