U-M Postings and Administered Programs
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Eight fellows at the start of their careers in any academic or professional field are selected each year for three-year appointments.
Fellowships in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), economics, and political science fields, with faculty mentoring, professional development and academic networking opportunities.
This two-year fellowship in the liberal arts provides candidates who are diverse in training, identity, or background with extensive mentorship and professional development for a one-course load each year, with a possibility for a tenure-track appointment at Michigan.
This collaboration allows U-M students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences to apply for postdoctoral fellowships at Oberlin and Kalamazoo.
Designed to prepare individuals with a Ph.D. in a biomedical science or social science discipline for independent careers in translational research.
This year-long fellowship, open to scholars in any discipline, provides dedicated research and faculty development support with no teaching responsibilities, allowing fellows to pursue research in a diversity-related topic of their choice.
Job, Career, and Funding Resources
Recognizes postdoctoral fellows at the University of Michigan who have demonstrated a breadth of excellence in all areas of research, teaching, mentoring, service, and leadership.
Funding opportunities databases (Pivot and SPIN) and other resources for finding funding.
A list of programs that provide either direct or indirect funding or that focus on educational development for postdoctoral fellows.
The oldest, largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for Ph.D.s in humanities, social science, and STEM.
Provides a national voice for postdoctoral scholars to enhance the quality of the postdoctoral experience in the U.S.
Dedicated to matching qualified scientists with jobs in industry, academia, and government.
A national online IDP from Science Magazine.