ELSEVIER'S POSTDOC FREE ACCESS PASSPORT: APPLICATION DEADLINE 15 DECEMBER 2012

Elsevier is offering to early career researchers impacted by uncertain job markets and to scholars who recently received their PhDs but currently do not hold research posts and need to remain competitive in their fields between assignments a complimentary 6-months POST-DOC FREE ACCESS PASSPORT to its books and journals via ScienceDirect. 

Qualifying criteria include:

  • PhD (or equivalent) acquisition within in the past 10 years
  • Completion of at least one recent postdoc position in the past three months or have a position that will be completed within three months.
  • Recommending letter of verification issued by  supervisor and/or institution.

 

TINCers ARE URGED TO SUBMIT THE APPLICATION FORM FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL WELL IN ADVANCE OF THE SATURDAY, 15 DECEMBER 2012 DEADLINE  TO PROCURE THIS INVALUABLE ONE-TIME OFFER OF ASSISTANCE.

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on November 22, 2012 at 11:26am

Just doing my dharma, Sir. Nothing more, certainly nothing less. Such is required of us at all times, but especially now. Pleased to be of service, Dr. Rathinam.


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Comment by Dr.Rathinam Chandramohan on November 21, 2012 at 12:59pm

very useful

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