MSU Postdocs

Supporting training and scholarship of Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates throughout Michigan State University






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Postdoc Orientation Update!

Explore the Monthly Postdoc Orientations: occurring on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 11 am! Please register to attend an Orienation (hopefully keeping options for hybrid in-person, in room 1425 of the Biomedical and Physical Sciences (BPS) Building, and via Zoom).


2023 Postdoc Association Survey

The Postdoctorate Association, together with the Office of Postdoctorate Affairs, are asking for your feedback! Response are anonymous!  The estimated time commitment for completing the survey is 5-10 min, and responses will be collected until Thursday, May 31st. 2023 OPA and PDA Survey Why is this survey important? In 2021 the MSU Postdoctoral Association (MSU-PDA) surveyed MSU postdocs […]

Congratulations to the 2023 PERA and PETMA Recipients

Congratulations to the 2023 recipients!   Postdoctoral Excellence in Research Award (PERA)  Dr. Kyle Godbey and Dr. Amit K Singh   Postdoctoral Excellence in Teaching and/or Mentoring Award (PETMA)   Dr. Norman Scheel   Thank you to MSU Office of Postdoctorate Affairs, MSU Post Doctorate Association, and all MSU postdocs who assisted with evaluating submissions! What […]

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