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Joseph J. Provost

Joseph J. Provost
Joseph Provost is a professor in the chemistry and biochemistry department at the University of San Diego and a member of the ASBMB’s Membership Committee.

Articles by Joseph J. Provost

Beyond survival
Professional Development

Beyond survival

Aug. 1, 2017
By developing emotional resilience, we can be adaptable and equip ourselves with tools to manage the stressors we often face, as well as survive in an environment driven by competition and innovation.
Research for all: a CURE for undergraduates
Education

Research for all: a CURE for undergraduates

April 1, 2016
Undergraduate demand for research positions far exceeds supply. Course-based undergraduate research experiences, or CUREs, may provide a solution to this problem. A member of ASBMB's Education and Professional Development Committee defines CUREs, of…
Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 3
Jobs

Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 3

Dec. 23, 2014
Joseph Provost writes about what it takes to apply for a position at a primarily undergraduate institution. This is the third in a three-part series.
How to write a teaching philosophy statement when you don’t have a lot of classroom experience
How-to

How to write a teaching philosophy statement when you don’t have a lot of classroom experience

Dec. 1, 2014
Writing a teaching statement doesn't necessarily come naturally, so Joseph Provost offers his tips for first-time (and veteran) teachers.
Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 2
Jobs

Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 2

Sept. 3, 2014
Joseph Provost writes about what it takes to apply for a position at a primarily undergraduate institution. This is the second in a three-part series.
Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 1
Jobs

Becoming competitive for a teaching (and research) position: part 1

Aug. 20, 2014
Joseph Provost writes about what it takes to apply for a position at a primarily undergraduate institution. This is the first in a three-part series.