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Postdoctoral opportunity

On behalf of Pratibha Varma-Nelson

STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute

Postdoctoral Appointee

The STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute at IUPUI seeks applicants for a Postdoctoral Appointee to focus on the evaluation of a variety of STEM education projects. This Postdoctoral Appointee will play an integral role in the continued development of SEIRI and in the STEM education initiatives at IUPUI. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who has the goal to develop a career focused on research and evaluation of STEM projects.

Post-Doctoral position in science education at CSU East Bay

Please post this to the CER listserv

CER Colleagues,

California State University, East Bay is seeking a post-doctoral researcher
to work with them on the A-STEP (Aligning the Science Teacher Education
Pathway) project, a large NSF-funded grant related to science teacher
education.

Post-doctoral Scholar Investigating Professional Networks of Women and LGBT Physics PhDs, University of Utah

The Physics Education Research Group at the University of Utah (PERU) seeks to hire a post-doctoral scholar studying the professional networks of women and gender and sexual minority physicists (LGBT) working across academia, the government, and private sectors. This work will include conducting interviews, policy analysis, and further qualitative work at the University of Utah. This position is a one-year contract with an additional two-year renewal depending on performance. Further renewals will be dependent on performance and funding.

Virtual Workshop: Using Research to Support Equitable Outcomes in College STEM Courses

Dear CER Colleagues,

I wanted to draw your attention to this *virtual workshop (June 24-25) on Equity Focused Scholarship in STEM Courses* co-sponsored by the Learning Assistant Alliance (LAA) and STEM Equity (NSF-funded project). Please share with those in your networks who might be interested.

-mary

CER mail list: Funded UK Chemical Education PhD studentship at King's college London

Dear Chemical Education researchers,

I have a 4 year funded PhD studentship entitled Evaluative judgement: Empowering students to understand science assessment expectations
This is collaboration with Dr Katherine Aston in the King's Centre of Research in Science Technology Engineering and Maths. Please share this opportunity widely with any science graduates who are interested in chemical and science education research. Please encourage applicants to submit by 7th May.

CER WEBINAR Tuesday 04/27

Mark your calendars and don't miss the next ACS-CHED-CER Webinar on "The role of labs in chemistry" on Tuesday 04/27 at 1:00 PM Pacific Time. The discussants include Brittland DeKorver, Michael Seery, and Joi Walker. They will discuss the past, present, and future of chemistry labs. Will chemistry lab work survive the pandemic? Are we going back to business as usual in teaching labs after the pandemic ends? Do we really need chemistry labs?

NSF IUSE: EHR - revised proposal deadlines

Dear Colleagues,

The NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE: EHR) program solicitation has been revised to include new proposal deadlines. All other program information remains the same as in the previous version of the solicitation.

Full Proposal Deadline(s) (due by 5 p.m. submitter's local time):

July 21, 2021

Third Wednesday in July, Annually Thereafter
For IUSE Level 1, 2, 3, and Capacity-Building Proposals

January 19, 2022

Third Wednesday in January, Annually Thereafter
For IUSE Level 1 and Capacity-Building Proposals

Tenure Track and PDF Positions at Mount Royal University

Two exciting opportunities at Mount Royal University (MRU) are currently
accepting applications.

1)*Tenure Track Position in Chemistry*

2) *Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDF) in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning*

Invitation to Participate in Research Survey - General Chemistry Faculty

Dear Colleague,

You are invited to participate in a study about the organization of general
chemistry and general chemistry practices at your institution. If you feel
that someone else at your institution would be more appropriate to fill out
a survey regarding general chemistry, please forward this e-mail to that
person.