Recipients: Penn Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowships

FEATURED POSTDOCS

 

Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez
Vasquez Vasquez

 

Former Provost's Postdoctoral Fellows

Arwa Abbas

Micrbiology

Kandis Abdul-Aziz

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Elliot Aguilar

Biology, School of Arts and Sciences

Nkemka Anyiwo

Education

Lisandra Arroyo- Ramírez

BioChemical Engineering

Daria Atkinson

Physics & Astronomy

Josue Baeza

Biochemistry & Biophysics

Ben Baker

Neuroscience

Tianna Barnes

Management

Alexander Bennett

Mechanical Eng. & Applied Mechanics

Cacey Bester

Earth and Environmental Science

Jalil M. Bishop

Higher Education

Daniel Blake

Higher Education

Erin Bogan

Education Policy

Laura Bradley

Chemical Engineering

Bridgette Brawner

Nursing

Tonye Briggs

Biomedical Engineering

Jeremy DeLaine Brown

Mechanical Engineering

Rocio Cardona

Chemistry

Aja Carter

Electrical and Systems Engineering

Roger Caruth

Communications & Mass Media

Daphney Chery

Orthopaedic Surgery

Lourdes Delgado Reyes

Psychology

Madeline Diaz-Serrano

Physics & Astronomy

Monica Do

Psychology

Janeria A Easley

Sociology, Population Studies Center

Meagan Elinski

Mechanical Engineering

Michelle Estrada

Chemistry

Rui Fu

Developmental Psychology

Camille Gaynus

Biology

Michael Gonzalez

Center for Applied Genomics, Division of Rheumatology, Children's Hospital

Nahir Otano Gracia

Comparative Literature

Martha Grady

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

Jamaal Green

City and Regional Planning

Kathryn Hacker

Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics

M. Brielle Harbin

Political Science

Beth Harvey

Cell and Developmental Biology

Paulina Inara Rodis

Sociology

Kevin Jenkins

Social Epidemiology, Medical Sociology

Luis de Jesus Baez

Chemistry

Grace LS Johnson

Africana Studies

Kelsey M Jones

Applied Psychology & Human Development Division

Antonia Kaczkurkin

Psychiatry

Erin M Kerrison

Criminology

Doug Kiel

History

Brandon King

East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Trina Kumodzi

Nursing

Amy Lavery

Public Health

Javier G Lavin

Philosophy

Elisha Lim

Social media, Identity politics, & Algorithmic literacy

Antoine Lovell

Social Policy

Angel Martinez

Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter

Lindsey McDougle

Social Policy & Practice

Meg Guliford

Political Science

Matthew Miller

Urban Planning & Development

Tagbo Niepa

Chem/Bio Engineering

Ismael Nieto

Chemistry

Sobukwe Odinga

Political Science

Onome Osokpo

Nursing

Jose Pelliccia

Cell and Developmental Biology

Daphne Penn

Sociology

Carlos R Pérez

Material Sciences & Engineering

Mallory Perry

Nursing/ Pediatrics

Emigdio Reyes

Pathology

Liana Eustacia Reyes

Political Science

Gabriela T Richard

Educational Comm & Technology

Akira Rodriguez

City and Regional Planning

Matthew Ruby

Psychology

Victoria Sanchez

Pharmacology

Daniel Sanchez

Mechanical Engineering and Applied Science

Nicole Sansone

Social Policy and Practice

Abigail A Sewell

Population Studies

Atiya Strothers Love

Higher Education

Brittany Taylor

Orthopaedic Surgery

Njoke Khalifa Thomas

Business

Michelle G. Thompson

School of Social Policy & Practice

Annabel Torres

Center for Applied Genomics

Jasmine Travers

Nursing

Laura Vargas

Penn Injury Science Center

Alma Vega

Demography

Chezare A Warren

Policy Studies in Urban Education

Jaclyn Welles

Physiology

Elizabeth Williams

Earth and Environmental Science

Jennifer Wilson

Russian & East Euro Studies

Katrina Wisdom

Bioengineering

Claire Witherel

Biomedical Engineering

Carolyn Yrigollen

Genetics

“A great University, true to its name, must encompass a universe of backgrounds and experiences, ideas and ideologies, theories and perspectives.” These are the opening words of Penn’s Diversity Action Plan, which evokes a vision of “one university: a wide-ranging, ever-changing community that draws its strength from a multitude of races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, historical traditions, ages, religions, disabilities, veteran statuses, interests, perspectives, and socioeconomic backgrounds.”

The Penn Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowships are a key element of this commitment to achieve eminence through diversity, as expressed in both the original Action Plan and its recent progress report:

Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence
Progress Report on Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence