Two-year Postodctoral Opportunity To Join an Education-Related Project
We seek a postdoctoral fellow to join us for two years to lead the development and evaluation of online behavioral research experiments for widespread teaching use in psychology, social sciences and design. Ideal candidates would have a PhD in Psychology, Education, Computer Science (particularly HCI or learning technology) or related fields, and would have strong programming skills and interest in education. The fellow will work closely with Professors Ken Nakayama (Psychology), Krzysztof Gajos (Computer Science) and Ryan Enos (Government) and will be able to pick any of the three labs as his/her primary home. The project is funded by Harvard Institute for Learning and Teaching (HILT). The position is available immediately.
To apply or to request additional information, please contact any or all of:
prof. Ken Nakayama (Psychology): firstname.lastname@example.org
prof. Krzysztof Gajos (Computer Science): email@example.com
prof. Ryan Enos (Government): firstname.lastname@example.org
Harvard is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Postdoctoral Fellowships Available Through CRCS. Apply by mid-December, 2014
If you are interested in working with me as a postdoctoral fellow, consider applying for a Postdoctoral Fellowship through the Harvard Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS). Specific topic of interest and the application materials will be posted some time in the fall
CRCS is particularly looking for potential Fellows interested in one of the several focus areas (which are likely to change a little this year), but compelling applications in other areas will also be considered. Besides raw research potential, CRCS especially values leadership, demonstrated interest in bridging Computer Science with other disciplines, and research agendas that address topics of substantial societal interest.
I currently have no funding to support a postdoctoral researcher. If you have your own source of funding, we can definitely talk about working together. However, I am unlikely to respond to requests from people I do not know. If we have never met at a conference or otherwise, chances are that our interests are just too divergent for me to be an effective mentor for you.