Research & Teaching Guidelines
The TEACRS program is committed to providing trainees with strong support for their research and teaching activities. In keeping with this philosophy, the program has developed guidelines to insure that trainees and their mentors are familiar with the support that is available to them and are aware of the expectations that have been set forth for all TEACRS trainees. Each fellow is also assigned a Career Advisor who provides mentorship as the trainee moves through the program and prepares for the transition to a faculty position. Dr. Moore and program leadership are available to help trainees with questions about program expectations.
Research Guidelines & Research Advisory Committee
The TEACRS Program facilitates research training in a number of ways. In addition to the traditional research mentor in whose laboratory the fellow trains, TEACRS fellows have a Trainee Mentoring Team that provides additional research guidance and advice. Note: you must use Abode reader with fillable pdfs.
Trainee Mentoring Team Form
Teaching Guidelines & Teaching Evaluation
Preparing and presenting a course at one the TEACRS partner institutions is an integral part of the TEACRS Program. The teaching each trainee does is determined in part by the interest and expertise of the trainee and by the needs of the partner schools. Note: you must use Abode reader with fillable pdfs.
Teaching Evaluation Form
Claire Moore, PhD
Jordan Wilkinson, Res Adm I
TEACRS Career Outcomes
Over 80% of our trainees have transitioned directly to academic positions in the US; over 70% have taken tenure-track positions.
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