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Bailey College of Science and Mathematics

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Frost Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Haley Moniz works with herpetology students
Frost Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Haley Moniz works with herpetology students in Santa Margarita, California.

 

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities: Frost Funded

A generous donation from William and Linda Frost supports this unique postdoctoral program in the Bailey College of Science and Mathematics. The Frost Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellowship program is designed to give recent Ph.D. graduates the opportunity to gain valuable experience in both research and teaching. Postdoctoral Fellows receive competitive salary and full benefits for two years, during which they will have the time, space and support to build an impactful line of research and mentor undergraduate students within research and teaching contexts. Experienced faculty mentor the fellows in both research and teaching. Fellows participate in an active research program, as well as learn to mentor undergraduates and integrate research into undergraduate teaching. These skills and experiences will be invaluable to postdoctoral candidates seeking to make progress toward research and teaching careers.

Valuable Benefits

In addition to mentorship and experience in teaching and undergraduate research, Fellows benefit from professional development opportunities, including regular group meetings and workshops, as well as a budget for conference travel to present research findings. The Frost Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellows offices are housed in the newly opened William and Linda Frost Center for Research and Innovation, the Bailey College’s hub for undergraduate research in the heart of campus.

Open Frost Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions

  1. Frost Postdoctoral Research Fellow - STEM Education
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  2. Frost Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Experimental Particle and Nuclear Physics
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  3. Frost Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Mathematics
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  4. Frost Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Ecological Informatics
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  5. Frost Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Tobacco Prevention and Health Communication
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MEET THE CURRENT FROST TEACHER-SCHOLAR POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS!

Sarah L. Jennings
Sarah Jennings
Frost Teacher-Scholar
Postdoctoral
Fellow

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Sarah and biological sciences Professor Clinton Francis are researching how changes to sensory environments influences the distributions of, and interactions among, organisms.

 

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Rachel Johnson
Rachel Johnson
Frost Teacher-Scholar
Postdoctoral
Fellow

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University of North Carolina
Ph.D., Chemistry


East Carolina University
M.S., Chemistry
B.S., Biochemistry

 

Rachel and biochemistry Associate Professor Katharine Watts are conducting research on the fundamental biochemistry of reactions occurring in biosynthetic pathways, and how these pathways are encoded in an organism’s genome.

 

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Haley Moniz
Haley Moniz
Frost Teacher-Scholar
Postdoctoral
Fellow

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University of Nevada
Ph.D., Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology

 

University of Rhode Island
B.S., Wildlife & Conservation Biology

B.A,. Biology

 

Haley and biological sciences Professor Emily Taylor’s research focuses on the thermal and hydric physiology of several local reptile species, including building mechanistic species distribution models.

 

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Qutaibah Oudat 
Qutaibah Oudat
Frost Teacher-Scholar
Postdoctoral
Fellow

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 University of Cincinnati
Ph.D., in Nursing Research

University of Newcastle, Australia
M.S., Public Health & Epidemiology

 

Qutaibah works with kinesiology and public health Professors Alison Ventura and Suzanne Phelan on research focused on understanding whether and how early life interventions within family settings can prevent obesity and related chronic diseases and health disparities.

 

Click here to learn more about the Bailey College of Science and Mathematics majors, programs and opportunities. 

 

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