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PostDoc Polices

Grievance Process for Postdoctoral Scholars

Postdoctoral appointees should be made aware of the options that are available to resolve problems that might arise between the appointee and the mentor during the period of their appointment. Although the types of remediation available to employee and stipend-funded postdocs differ in some respects, the first course of action should be to attempt to

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Intellectual Property & Research Guidelines for Postdoctoral Scholars

Postdoctoral scholars must be made aware that the use and disposition of all data, software, research records and other materials generated in association with their training at Mizzou must be carried out in accordance with university policy. Learn more about intellectual property and copyright. Export Controls/Select Agents for Postdoctoral Fellows Federal law and administrative regulations limit technologies

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International Postdoctoral Scholar Policies

Whether in the classroom or in the research laboratory, international scholars play a critical role by contributing special skills and unique perspectives to the university’s teaching, research, and outreach mission. Mizzou hosts more than 900 of the estimated 134,000 international scholars engaged in teaching and research at U.S. institutions annually. The university also enrolls over

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Postdoctoral Appointment Process

Mizzou is committed to cultivating a campus environment that will encourage research excellence, independent thinking, and professional development in our postdoctoral scholar community. To facilitate this goal, a postdoctoral policy was approved for the Mizzou campus in September 2004. This policy is designed to identify the primary responsibilities and expectations of postdoctoral scholars and their

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Postdoctoral Scholar Benefits & Funding

Postdoctoral scholars who are paid salaries from Mizzou funds, including grants and contracts, and are classified as university employees and receive the same health, leave, educational assistance and retirement benefits as faculty and staff. Postdoctoral scholars who cannot be considered salaried university employees because they receive stipend or salary support directly from a granting agency

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