CodeX Fellowship/FAQs

I’m interested in CodeX Fellowships – can you tell me more?

There are non-residential (non-paid) and residential (paid) CodeX fellowships:

a. We currently are not soliciting candidates for the CodeX non-residential fellowship.

b. The residential fellowship posts in the fall for the following academic year; it’s considered a full-time position. All applications must be submitted as directed in the job posting. To receive an announcement when the job posts, subscribe to the CodeX mailing list here.

Note that applications for the residential fellowship are currently being accepted for the 2018/19 academic year and must be submitted by December 15, 2017 via the Stanford jobs website  

Please see the job posting for further information; to learn more about CodeX and its work, please visit codex.stanford.edu. Please do not send us your resume, project, and/or other qualifications for feedback prior to applying. We encourage all applicants who are interested and believe they are qualified to apply as directed in the job posting.

Please note: as the CodeX fellowship is envisioned as a post-degree opportunity, neither the non-residential nor the residential fellowship is well suited for current/full-time students.

Does CodeX offer postdoc opportunities, or paid intern or summer research opportunities?

No.

How do I “join” or get more involved with CodeX?

Most CodeX events are free, open to the public, and available for participation on ground or remotely; we also make recordings available of many of our CodeX events and meetings, and there is a wealth of information on codex.stanford.edu

To receive CodeX group meeting announcements, subscribe here.

To receive other announcements from CodeX, subscribe here.

To view videos of past CodeX events, visit CodeX on YouTube.

For information on our social channels, visit codex.stanford.edu