The Office of Graduate Studies is dedicated to the development of postdoctoral research associates. To help postdocs make the most of their current career stage, we provide information, individual consultation services, networking opportunities, and social events.
Consultation services available to postdocs through our office include teaching development, with or without a teaching assignment; and job search-related services such as CV or résumé review and mock interviews. We confer with our Postdoctoral Association, a volunteer body of postdocs from disciplines across campus, to identify postdoc needs and work to find or develop solutions.
We celebrate the contributions of postdocs to the University’s research enterprise with our annual Outstanding Postdoc Awards, an annual Postdoc Appreciation Week, and a Postdoc/PI Picnic each spring. We also operate a need-based travel grant program specifically for postdocs wishing to engage in professional development activities such as presenting research at conferences.
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2019 Postdoctoral Association Leadership
Notifications about meeting dates and times will be sent via the postdoc listserv.
Dr. A. Kelly Lane, President
School of Biological Sciences
Dr. Aldo Raeliarijaona, Vice President
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Dr. Bini Ramachandran, Secretary
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Courtney Boise,
Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools
The Postdoctoral Association consists of postdocs committed to promoting academic, professional, social, and cultural interaction among postdocs, supporting them in their professional and career development, and serving as an advocate for the university postdoctoral community. For more information, contact Dr. A. Kelly Lane at email@example.com.
The Postdoctoral Association is governed by its Charter.
ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and automatically links you to your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has established a two-person team of ombuds to be a resource for faculty (including postdocs) seeking to resolve difficulties that interfere with their work. The ombuds serve as designated 'neutral' parties who provide all UNL faculty members access to confidential, informal, independent and impartial assistance in managing conflicts and solving work-related problems.
Contact the university's Faculty Ombud Services at https://executivevc.unl.edu/faculty/life/ombuds.