How to Apply to Stony Brook IRACDA
Job Posting Link: Stony Brook IRACDA
Application Deadline: Open until all positions are filled
Start Date: Cohort 12: Currently filling immediately. Cohort 13: On or after September 1st (based on date of degree conferral)
Step 1: Identify potential research faculty mentors from Stony Brook University
You are not limited to the mentors on the list. Any research faculty at SBU may be considered. Selected mentors and/or departments will be contacted by IRACDA staff to match candidates with their research interests. However, we strongly encourage applicants to make contact with potential mentors as well.
Step 2: Submit an online application to the open requisition on the Jobs @ Stony Brook University Website. The following supporting documents must also be submitted as attachments to the online application.
- A document that identifies potential research faculty mentors from Stony Brook University
- CV (including publications, conference participation and teaching experience) and cover letter
- Personal Statement: 1-2 pages highlighting the following
- career goals
- commitment to teaching
- research experience
- teaching experience
- interest/experience working with underrepresented students
- potential Research Mentors
Step 3: Submit 3 Letters of Recommendation: One of these letters must be from your PhD advisor/PI. These may be emailed by their authors directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. The applicant's name should be in the subject heading.
Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all items are submitted on time.
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