[From the website. Postdoc opportunity posted at request of Dean Hendrickson, University of Texas at Austin].
Outstanding recent Ph.D.s are invited to apply for a leading fellowship position to study the diversity of life and/or organisms in their natural environments, at one of the top campuses in the country for this area of research - the University of Texas at Austin. Visit the Stengl-Wyer Postdoctoral Scholars Program website for details on how to apply.
The application deadline is March 2, 2020.
About the Program
Funded by the Stengl-Wyer Endowment, the Stengl-Wyer Postdoctoral Scholars Program provides up to three years of independent support for talented postdoctoral researchers in the broad area of the diversity of life and/or organisms in their natural environments. Scholars can study any groups of organisms, at levels from genes to populations to communities to ecosystems, and can use any combination of approaches.
- conduct cutting-edge research over three years;
- have access to the outstanding core facilities at UT Austin, including field stations, natural history collections, and extensive capabilities in computation, genomics, imaging and other areas;
- primarily focus on research, but in one of the three years, also develop a teaching or outreach effort related to their interests and career goals;
- participate in semi-monthly luncheons with other fellows or guests;
- receive career mentorship.