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1200 New York Avenue NW Suite 635 Washington, DC 20005 2023266424 Joining the National Postdoctoral Association is as easy as 123!
 

Summary: 1200 New York Avenue NW Suite 635 Washington, DC 20005 2023266424
Joining the National Postdoctoral Association is as easy as 123!
The University of Georgia is a sustaining member of the NPA and as such all of the postdoctoral scholars, faculty, and
administrators are entitled to free affiliate NPA membership. All one needs to do to activate this free membership is visit the
NPA site (http://www.nationalpostdoc.org) and click on the "Join Now" button located on the upper right hand corner of the
Web site and follow the instructions for affiliate membership. Or, follow these detailed instructions.
Step 1: Create a MyNPA account. To receive a free affiliate membership, you must use your institutional email
address. Go to: (https://www.netforumondemand.com/eWeb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=NPA&WebCode=Verify ).
Enter your institutional email address and then click "Go." Follow the instructions from there. Items with an asterisk
are required. (If it asks you if you want to be the "primary contact," simply ignore this screen and hit "Cancel.") When
"My Information" comes up, you are done with this step!
Step 2: Click on "Online Store" (in the menu bar to the left) and select your membership category.
Option 1: Free Affiliate Membership
You can select affiliate membership which is free to persons from Sustaining Member institutions and includes the
following benefits:
Subscriptions to NPAEAlerts, a periodic news announcement, and the POSTDOCket, the NPA's official
quarterly newsletter
Reduced registration fees to the NPA Annual Meeting
Eligibility for the NPA Travel Award Program
Access to membersonly NPA Web content

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology