Thank you for your interest in mentoring a Postdoctoral Fellow for Academic Diversity at the University of Pennsylvania and/or Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Prior to writing the letter the proposed mentor should meet or engage with applicants to determine compatible research interests and agree to act as his/her mentor
The mentor should work with the applicant to ensure that the scope and goals of their research plans are appropriate given the current evolving circumstances of the pandemic.
The letter included in the applicant’s submission should provide details on the postdoc’s research project, research goals and your plans for mentoring.
In consultation with the applicant, develop an Individual Mentorship Plan (IDP) shortly after the fellow’s arrival on campus. The scope of the mentoring plan should be appropriate given the evolving circumstances of the campus life during the pandemic.
IDP should define expectations for scholarly work to be completed
IDP should include a timeline for implementation of the Fellow’s proposed goals or plan
Schedule meetings to review IDP and review fellow’s accomplishments
Serve as a bridge to the fellow’s host department/colleagues
Facilitate professional development opportunities for the fellow
Serve as a professional resource to the fellow
Once the applicant has completed his/her submission, you will receive an email requesting that you login and upload your Mentor Letter.
Please note the following: The email request will be sent from: firstname.lastname@example.org The subject line will be: APPLICANT NAME Fellowship Support Letter for Penn/CHOP
Applications for the Penn Provost’s
Postdoctoral Fellowships (Postdoctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity) are now open. The deadline is Nov 15, 2020.
Now accepting applications for our Research Recovery Grant program,
which mitigates pandemic related impacts on research at Penn
Research Disruption Mitigation Fund (STEM Fields) DEADLINE: NOV 20
Research Transition Fund (Social Sciences and Humanities) DEADLINE: NOV 20