The Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota seeks candidates for the Postdoctoral President's Fellowship Program (PPFP) whose research expertise is applicable to the understanding, conservation, and management of biodiversity, focused on species, communities, or landscapes, including human dimensions of conservation and management of biodiversity. The successful applicant is eligible for a tenure-track position (i.e. a position has already been authorized for this person) in our department at the conclusion of the fellowship. The search committee will help match applicants to an appropriate faculty mentor. https://fwcb.cfans.umn.edu/presidents-postdoc-information
Our goal is to recruit diverse applicants who will be eligible for tenure-track positions at the University of Minnesota. The PPFP is targeted towards scholars with the potential to bring the perspective that comes from their educational background or understanding of the experiences of groups historically underrepresented in higher education to their research and teaching.
Ornithologists in the department include Sushma Reddy (Origins and maintenance of biological diversity, the evolutionary history of birds, email@example.com), Todd Arnold (Waterfowl ecology & management, firstname.lastname@example.org), and Rob Blair (Avian Ecology, urban ecology, citizen science, email@example.com). Contact one of us to find out more about this amazing opportunity for recent PhDs that leads to a tenure track position.
The deadline is approaching quickly (11-30-22). Act fast!