MSU Postdocs

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






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Resources from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Postdoc Orientation Update!

Explore the Monthly Postdoc Orientations: usually occurring on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 11 am! Please register to attend the monthly Orienation (hybrid Zoom & in-person in BPS room 2215F).

Information for Prospective Postdocs

Are you looking for new opportunities to enhance your credentials and skills as you pursue an independent career? We have many available positions and faculty who are eager to mentor, so explore our listings in Careers @ MSU and search our expert in MSU Scholars.

For questions about life at MSU as a postdoc, please reach out to our office using the contact info below and we’ll do our best to help you on your path.



Thursday, February 8: How to Become a PI and Recruit Your First Team

Join the panel of junior faculty and EDC’s lead consultant, Damien Wilpitz, for a great online event where they’ll dive deep into the world of strategies for academics looking to become and grow as faculty. The expert speakers will share valuable insights, tips, and actionable steps you can take to help build meaningful connections, expand […]

University Health and Wellbeing Assessment and Plan

Those who haven’t had the opportunity yet, should please take a moment to complete the 8–10-minute anonymous survey before Monday, January 29. In addition to the survey, UHW’s university-wide health and wellbeing assessment and plan will include an environmental scan, key informant interviews, and focus groups. The goal is for all students, faculty, and staff to have […]

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