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A full day session entitled Innovations in Chemistry Education will be a part of the NERM 2022 meeting this year held in Rochester, NY on October 2-5,2022.
We are advertising a postdoctoral-level research position associated with the NSF-IUSE award Modeling Instructional Change Teams (NSF #1914857, Lead PI Alice Olmstead; NSF #1914880, PI Andrea Beach, co-PI Charles Henderson, https://instructionalchangeteams.weebly.com/). This project aims to develop and share research-based tools and guidance to change leaders who aim to support teams working to improve undergraduate STEM courses nationally.
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The Komperda group in the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department at San Diego State University is hiring two postdoctoral researchers. Both positions are for projects where a strong quantitative background will be beneficial (details below). These positions are open to candidates both trained in CER and candidates in other fields with relevant training, so please share widely within your networks. Start dates can be as soon as this July and review of applications begins immediately.
Hope this message finds everyone well. A local high school chemistry teacher reached out to me about a project that she did with her AP Chemistry students during Spring, 2021. The chemistry involved in the project was pretty simple and there were a few errors in the research design. Nonetheless, the activity of involving an entire class of about 10-15 students in the identification of a research problem and its implementation is, at least in my opinion, really worth reporting.
LSRI is looking for someone with a background in science education, either through teaching middle school or high school science or through disciplinary academic training, to work on a funded science education project at LSRI. Applicants could include current or former science educators, curriculum specialists, and others with relevant backgrounds and experience. The position can start as soon as possible and would run through September of 2023.
Contact information for position inquiries and applications is included in the attachment on the ChemEdX website.
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Central Florida, Orlando Campus, is seeking a postdoc in Chemistry Education Research. The post-doctoral fellow will work with Dr. Erin Saitta in a diverse CER group to create learning environments that expand the participation and success of university STEM students. Much of this work involves investigating the impact of professional development through faculty action research and Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) training.
The UC Irvine Education Research Initiative is looking to hire 1-2 discipline-based education research postdocs to examine the impact of STEM teaching-focused faculty on faculty and student outcomes (NSF 1821724, https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1821724).