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Physics Education Research Post-doc:
The Colorado School of Mines has a full-time post-doc position open to work with two NSF grant funded projects related to STEM teacher preparation.  The position is three-quarters time on Get the Facts Out: Changing the Conversation around STEM teacher recruitment and one quarter-time on our Noyce Scholarship Grant.  Get the Facts Out is an innovative partnership led by Mines that includes the American Physical Society, the American Association of Physics Teachers, the American Chemical Society, the Mathematical Association of America, behavior change researchers, teacher educators, and several colleges and universities to serve as study sites. The grant aims to tackle misperceptions about the teaching profession with the goal of increasing the fraction of phy


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