UA Math Postdoctoral Program
The Mathematics Department at the University of Arizona has a broad and vibrant postdoctoral program, whose scope was significantly expanded in 2016. Currently, about 20 postdoctoral fellows are involved in the teaching, research, and outreach efforts of the department. Each postdoc is mentored by a tenure-track faculty member, who provides guidance on professional development and on career choices. The program itself is overseen by an associate head.
This site gives an overview of the program and of its research products since its expansion in 2016. It also provides resources for current postdocs and mentors.
To apply for a postdoctoral position in our department, please see our job posting on MathJobs. Our department participates in the effort to coordinate postdoctoral offer deadlines.
With support from a Department of Energy grant, the department is also hiring one postdoctoral fellow in numerical analysis.
The University of Arizona offers presidential postdoctoral fellowships in all areas of scholarship, including Mathematics. These appointments present “an exceptional opportunity to recruit potential new faculty to the University whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to the diversity and equal opportunity at UArizona.” For more information, see https://presidentspostdoc.arizona.edu.
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