Did you mayhaps mean postdoc?
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“And last year, in CS we saw an NSF funded post-doc program.”
“* The fact that I have taken the opposite approach for my post-doc is a topic for another day.”
“My advisor hasn't hired any new grad or post-doc students since I arrived a year and a half ago, so I haven't had a chance to offer any opinions.”
“I have been feeling the same way in my new post-doc position.”
“From the standpoint of a post-doc, it means "transitions post-docs into faculty positions in which they thrive".”
“I rely very heavily on my current lab personnel in assessing post-doc candidates.”
“In general, US grad schools are training a large surplus of scientists — it is very difficult to find post-doc positions, very difficult to find jobs at universities, very difficult to find funding, and very difficult to get tenure.”
“All researchers, from the "principal investigator" head of a lab, to the "post-doc" PhD's who are senior researchers, to the grad student grunts, are required to receive training in proper research conduct, like keeping good notebooks, and improper conduct, like reporting made-up data.”
“My post-doc adviser, Janice Bishop, was (and is) an employee at the SETI Institute, so I spent a lot of time at the Institute.”
“After my post-doc program was complete, I applied to NASA for grants through the Institute and was eventually successful.”
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