With funding from the Council on Library Resources/Digital Library Federation, the UCLA Library has created a new postdoctoral fellow position in data curation. Geared for a recent Ph.D., the new position will be part of the UCLA Library’s eScience team, which is lead by the Associate University Librarian for Sciences and Associate University Librarian for Digital Initiatives.With a Ph.D. in the physical or life sciences, information science, or a closely related field, the fellow will work with faculty, graduate students, researchers, and library staff in the collaborative process of articulating and executing the library’s eScience strategy and initiatives across a wide range of campus departments and groups during this two-year project.This UCLA/CLIR Fellowship is open until filled, which CLIR expects to happen by June 30, 2012.More information is available on the CLIR website

 


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