The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is currently the headquarters of PAC. Postdoctoral fellows are invited to contact PAC or their departmental liaison for assistance with job applications, teaching and research portfolios, and questions.
PAC is committed to making the move to Boulder and establishing yourself when you get here as pain-free as possible. Please find below a selection of useful links for incoming fellows.
PAC has partnered in the past with Leavy, Frank, and Delaney LLC to bring workshops and consultations on immigration to the Postdoc community. You can find more information about immigration issues for international scholars on their website, http://www.leavyfrank.com/.
CU Boulder is a sustaining member of the National Postdoctoral Association. As such, any Postdoc with a CU email address is entitled to free affiliate membership of the NPA. For more information, click on the links below.
|Visa Information||US State Department||CU International Student & Scholar Services|
|Housing Information||CU Family Housing||Off-campus Housing|
|Transportation||Denver International Airport||Public Transportation|
|Parking & Transportation Services|
|Delta Dental||Wardenburg Health Center|
|Children||Boulder Schools and Colleges||CU Childcare & Human Resources|
|Payroll & Benefits||Payroll & Benefits Services||Pensions|
|Driver's License & Vehicle Registration||Colorado DMV||Boulder County Motor Vehicle Division|
|Social Security||Social Security Administration|
|Life in Boulder||Boulder Life||Things to do|
|English Courses||Doorways English School for Women||ClearTalk|
The list is far from exhaustive, so please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other ideas you might have for resources for new Postdocs or if you feel something is missing from the list.
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