Archive for category: PDA News
Become a member of the MSU Postdoctoral Association!/in Newsletter, PDA News /by Christina Reppucci
MSU-PDA Steering Committee Open positions for 2023-2024 Professional Development Sub-Committee: 2 open positions Postdocs on the Professional Development sub-committee will gain experience with planning events and seminars, and have enhanced opportunities to network with leaders in both academic and non-academic careers! Social Sub-Committee: 2 open positions Postdocs on the Social sub-committee will gain experience with […]
2023 Postdoc Association Survey/in Newsletter, OPA News, PDA News /by Jenna Lee
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 Friday, June 2nd.
Why is this survey important?
In 2021 the MSU Postdoctoral Association (MSU-PDA) surveyed MSU postdocs to get feedback and suggestions regarding our communications and programming. The responses to these surveys were invaluable, and have helped guide our focus and efforts across the years. This included instituting our weekly update email, offering new event formats, and advocating for the establishment of an Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (MSU-OPA).
The responses to these surveys are invaluable, and have helped guide our focus and efforts across the years. This included instituting our weekly update email, offering new event formats, and advocating for the establishment of an Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (MSU-OPA).
College of NatSci : Cultural Competency for Personal, Organizational, and Community Change/in Conferences & Workshops, Events, Newsletter, PDA News /by Jenna Lee
College of Natural Science Cultural Competency for Personal, Organizational, and Community Change
Tuesday-Friday: May 9th-12th, 9:30-12pm
In-person, 111 Bessey Hall
Facilitators: Kendra Pyle, Claire Vieille, and Danielle Flores Lopez
Register at: http://bit.ly/NatSci-DEI-S23
Through self-reflection and group activities, participants in this workshop series will explore issues of power, oppression, and privilege. Participants will raise their self-awareness about social identities, identify systems of inequity and oppression, and learn a framework for cultural competency development. These concepts will be applied toward personal and organizational change, with a focus on work at MSU.
Participants are expected to attend all four sessions, which require active engagement in small and large group activities, as well as short homework reflections. Please do not sign up if you have work or other commitments that conflict with any of the sessions in the series.
The College of Natural Science is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services, and activities. Accommodations may be requested by contacting NatSci.DEI@msu.edu.
To enhance the Postdoctoral experience at Michigan State University providing leadership, support and structured training.
W101 Owen Graduate Hall
735 E. Shaw Lane
East Lansing, MI 48825