Application for Adjunct/Courtesy Faculty of the University of Georgia Institute of Bioinformatics
Requirements: Courtesy faculty are from UGA, where as Adjunct faculty are Non-UGA Faculty only. Candidates should apply via email, providing a CV and a one paragraph statement describing their role in training doctoral students in bioinformatics. Candidates will present an Institute seminar. In addition to research, the seminar should include one or two slides describing their plan for doctoral student training in bioinformatics (as described in the statement). Adjunct faculty must renew their status periodically. Adjunct/courtesy faculty status and renewal requires an affirmative vote from a majority of the IOB Core faculty. Please note that due to recent HR changes approved adjunct faculty will need to submit a formal adjunct application via UGAjobs with the assistance from the IOB business office.
Benefits: Adjunct and courtesy faculty may serve as major advisor for IOB graduate students, including those with fellowships or assistantships, and have access to Institute services, facilities and resources. Adjunct and courtesy faculty have voting privileges on Institute matters at the discretion of the Director.
Responsibilities: Active participation in multiple Institute activities at a level deemed acceptable by the Faculty Affairs Committee. Participation may include, for example, service on Institute committees; service on student advisory committees; teaching in Institute courses, indirect cost returns to the IOB on grants that rely on Institute resources (including use of IOB graduate students; the return should reflect the Institute’s contribution to the research); and participation in faculty and student recruitment, faculty meetings and retreats.
Application Procedure – Please download and complete the application via this LINK and attach a copy of your curriculum vitae and a cover letter describing the IOB activities in which you would like to participate, how these activities relate to your bioinformatics research and teaching interests, and how your membership in the IOB will be mutually beneficial to you and the Institute of Bioinformatics. (300 words or less) Please email the application to the IOB Admin Manager at email@example.com. Upon the submission of your application, the IOB office will be in touch to schedule your seminar.