I am a Post Doctoral Fellow at Western. What type of resources are available to me and through what office would I find this information?


Information for Post-Doctoral Fellows can be found through Research Western. On this site, you will find general information for Post Doctoral Fellows including a Guide to Intellectual Property . This site also provides information on the Post Doctoral Fellow Association. Different options are available for skills that one obtains through a graduate degree. To find more information on the options available to you, contact Clare Tattersall, Coordinator, Graduate Student Recruitment and Retention at 519.661.2102, extension 81130.

If entering academia, print resources are available to you that will assist in the interview and negotiation process. The following articles by Dr. Carol Prahinski, Assistant Professor, Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario provide a background to the issues raised during the interview process:

Process of Getting a Job in Academia
Academia Interview Questions

For some History and Links to other Women in Science and Engineering organizations click here.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)

Postdoctoral Fellows Awards maternity/parental leave policy

Western News article

Post docs seek recognition of unique campus role

Some Links to the Blogosphere

Women in Science (a large collection of links to websites and blogs)

Blogs by Post Docs

Ways and Means of the Immune System


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