Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Aerospace Engineering: The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering at the College of Engineering is excited to launch the AE Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program. As the leading publicly-funded aerospace engineering program in the nation, we are offering a unique opportunity for bright and ambitious doctoral graduates in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. This program aims to provide professional mentorship, research experience, and teaching opportunities to foster the development of the next generation of aerospace researchers and educators.
Details: | Designation | Post-Doctoral Fellow | | Research Area | Aerospace Engineering | | Location | Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering | | Eligibility/Qualification | Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering | | Salary | Competitive | | Travel Funds | Up to $1,500 for conferences and speaking engagements | | Duration | 1 year (renewable for up to 3 years) |
Job Description: As an AE Post-Doc Fellow, you will benefit from the following:
- Mentorship: Receive professional mentorship in teaching and research management from experienced professors at the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, known for their expertise in the field.
- Teaching Experience: Gain instructional experience by teaching one undergraduate course per year, allowing you to develop your teaching skills and contribute to our academic community.
- Research: Collaborate with two faculty members on externally-funded research projects, providing valuable research experience that will enhance your qualifications for tenure-track teaching positions.
- Salary: Enjoy a competitive salary during your fellowship.
- Professional Development: Receive up to $1,500 in travel funds to attend conferences or engage in speaking engagements to broaden your professional network.
- Technical Seminar: Present at least one technical seminar annually to your AE colleagues.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit the following items to Michelle Hall at [Email Address] by December 15, 2023:
- A current curriculum vitae.
- The names and contact information of three professional references.
- A statement of interest (maximum 2 pages) that includes a brief description of your research and teaching interests.
Contact Information: For any inquiries or further information, please reach out to:
Karen M Feigh Professor and Associate Chair for Research [Email Address]
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