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George Mason University | Don E. Kash Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Technology Policy (gmu.edu)

For full consideration, applicants should submit the application package at https://jobs.gmu.edu/ by March 9, 2022.  Review of applications will begin on March 10.  
 
The application package should include: 

(i) a list of three professional references with contact information; and 
(ii) the application document consisting of the four required sections listed below (to be uploaded as Other Doc). 
  1. Biographical Sketch not to exceed two pages. The biographical sketch must include the information to certify the applicant’s eligibility.
  2. Project Summary: Abstract of fellowship activities, not to exceed one page. The project summary must include the following:
    • Overview, which must include (1) the candidate’s name; (2) the date the degree was, or will be, completed; and (3) basic disciplinary field(s) involved in the project;
    • A summary of the research plans and goals;
    • A summary of the training plan for career development and educational or public outreach.
  3. Project Description, not to exceed seven single-spaced pages, must include the following information:
    • Part I – Research Plan: (up to five pages), which should include: (1) a theoretically-grounded introduction or background section and (2) a statement of research objectives, methods, and significance.
    • Part II – Training Plan (up to two pages), which should include: (1) training objectives and the plan for achieving them (these may include scientific as well as other career preparation activities); (2) an explanation of how the fellowship activities will enhance the candidate’s career development and future research directions; and (3) a timetable for quarterly goals with benchmarks for major anticipated outcomes.
  4. References Cited, listed in a format such as APA or other standard format (no page limit)

More information at: George Mason University | Don E. Kash Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Technology Policy (gmu.edu)

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