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National Louis University in Chicago invites applications for a CLAVE Postdoctoral Fellow who demonstrates significant potential for research and/or community engagement around Latinx or other BIPOC groups in doctoral education. The goal of the CLAVE Postdoctoral Fellow Program is to build the talent pool of Latinx faculty at colleges and universities at both the national and local levels, particularly the metropolitan Chicago area.
Research proposals may include topics such as Latinx graduate student experiences; attributes of effective Hispanic Serving Institutions; characteristics of academic institutions that act as barriers to the educational success of Latinx and/or other underrepresented, BIPOC student educational success; and participatory research with Latinx community-based organizations.
Applicants must have completed their terminal degree at time of appointment and must be no more than five years beyond receiving their doctoral degree. This is a one-year fellowship, with potential for an additional one-year renewal beginning Winter 2021. NLU also commits support to the CLAVE Postdoctoral Fellow with an annual stipend of $45,000, funding for conference travel and research expenses, opportunity to teach a course in the Fellow’s area of expertise, opportunity to apply to any appropriate NLU faculty positions that open during the fellowship tenure and three years after its completion, among other resources. The position will be remote, and when feasible due to COVID-19 precautions, at NLU’s downtown Chicago campus (transportation costs included).
Full details are available at the following link: https://nl.edu/centro-de-excelencia-at-nlu/graduate-students/clave-postdoctoral-fellowships/