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Sessional Appointments

Forensic Science Sessional Appointments – Winter 2022

The Faculty of Science invites applications from qualified individuals who are interested in teaching the following courses:

FRSC-1107-91 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation

This course will introduce students to the theoretical background of scientific methods used in Forensic Sciences and their practical applications to crime scene investigation within the multidisciplinary Forensic fields. The focus of the course is exploration and examination of evidence found at crime scenes. The students learn the discovery, identification, collection, examination and processing of various types of Forensic evidence. 

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC-2007-01 Introduction to Forensic Science

This course will survey the many specialties of Forensic Science, including forensic pathology, entomology, anthropology, biology, botany, geology, etc. Special guest lectures by practicing forensic scientists will give students direct contact with the role they play in the extraction and meaning of evidence.

M: 19:00-21:50  Windsor Online#

FRSC 3217-91 Forensic Serology and DNA Applications

This course introduces the detailed types, techniques, and analysis of the various important biological fluids and DNA. The course will provide insight into new emerging technologies and tools in forensic serological and DNA analysis. The course will also be important in understanding the issues and ethics involved in the analysis and presentation of these evidence types in court. (Pre-requisites: FRSC-1107, or Instructor approval)

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC 4227 –91 Forensic Medicine: Toxins and Pathology

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in Forensics Medicine investigations. Students will learn diverse aspects of fields like autopsy, injuries, trauma, drugs of abuse and toxins. This course will utilize the latest technologies in Forensic medicine such as virtual autopsy. (Prerequisites: FRSC-2007, FRSC-2100 or consent of instructor).

DISTANCE EDUCATION

Qualifications:

The successful candidate(s) should hold a Master’s degree by the date of appointment, a Ph.D. degree is preferred.

Professional experience will be considered for equivalency to academic training.

*The courses above are subject to budgetary approval and sufficient enrollment.  #Windsor Online courses are expected to be offered in a synchronous online format within a specific time slot, whereas Distance Education courses are offered asynchronously.

Applications must include:

  • A letter of interest in the position
  • Two letters of reference
  • A resume outlining relevant work experience, training, teaching experience, honours or awards, publications and relevant service activities
  • A teaching portfolio demonstrating evidence of teaching excellence. For example: SET scores or other teaching evaluations, course outlines, graduate courses taken, dissertation or thesis topics, evidence of successful teaching, or/and evidence of professional experience.

Applicants from outside the University of Windsor should provide three letters of reference.

Please submit your application to the attention of:                                                     
Forensic Programs Administrator
Faculty of Science
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Avenue,
Windsor, ON, N9A 3P4

mcioppa@uwindsor.ca

Deadline:  Thursday, November 4th, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.

For additional information, contact the Faculty of Science at science@uwindsor.ca

The University of Windsor is a welcoming community that is committed to equity and supports diversity in its teaching, learning, and work environments.  In pursuit of the University's Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.


Forensic Science Sessional Appointments – Winter 2022

The Faculty of Science invites applications from qualified individuals who are interested in teaching the following courses:

FRSC-1107-91 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation

This course will introduce students to the theoretical background of scientific methods used in Forensic Sciences and their practical applications to crime scene investigation within the multidisciplinary Forensic fields. The focus of the course is exploration and examination of evidence found at crime scenes. The students learn the discovery, identification, collection, examination and processing of various types of Forensic evidence. 

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC-2007-01 Introduction to Forensic Science

This course will survey the many specialties of Forensic Science, including forensic pathology, entomology, anthropology, biology, botany, geology, etc. Special guest lectures by practicing forensic scientists will give students direct contact with the role they play in the extraction and meaning of evidence.

M: 19:00-21:50  Windsor Online#

FRSC 3105-01 Forensic Identification

Practical application of principles and protocols used in forensic identification. Topics range from the expectations of the public in forensic practices to the legal responsibilities of crime scene specialists for evidence identification. Fingerprint theory and practice, image capture and enhancement, crime scene protocols and management, biometrics, and identification as contrasted to systematics are studied. (Prerequisite: FRSC-2007 and enrollment in this course is limited to Majors in Forensic Science and BA Combined in Forensics.)

Time:  TBD

*Please be aware that this course may be offered using a combination of online (lecture) and in-person (laboratory) classes, or may be offered as a Windsor Online# course. To learn about what resources are available and to learn about and use these technologies please contact the Office of Open Learning or the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

FRSC 3111-01 Digital Photography

Use of photography in forensic investigations covers a range of techniques. This course builds on students’ introduction to forensic photography from FRSC-3105 Forensic Identification. Students will become familiar with different methods of solving problems of focal length, lighting conditions, lens and filter considerations and apply this knowledge in the practical application of crime scene photography. The course will cover the equipment, methodology and preparation of photographic evidence, as well as the current state of technology in the use of digital photography and photographic evidence.
(Prerequisites: FRSC-3105).

F: 230 – 5:20 (On Campus)

*Please be aware that this course will be offered using a combination of online and in-person classes. To learn about what resources are available and to learn about and use these technologies please contact the Office of Open Learning or the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

FRSC 3217-91 Forensic Serology and DNA Applications

This course introduces the detailed types, techniques, and analysis of the various important biological fluids and DNA. The course will provide insight into new emerging technologies and tools in forensic serological and DNA analysis. The course will also be important in understanding the issues and ethics involved in the analysis and presentation of these evidence types in court. (Pre-requisites: FRSC-1107, or Instructor approval)

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC 4227 –91 Forensic Medicine: Toxins and Pathology

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in Forensics Medicine investigations. Students will learn diverse aspects of fields like autopsy, injuries, trauma, drugs of abuse and toxins. This course will utilize the latest technologies in Forensic medicine such as virtual autopsy. (Prerequisites: FRSC-2007, FRSC-2100 or consent of instructor).

DISTANCE EDUCATION

*The courses above are subject to budgetary approval and sufficient enrollment.  #Windsor Online courses are expected to be offered in a synchronous online format within a specific time slot, whereas Distance Education courses are offered asynchronously.

 

Qualifications:

The successful candidate(s) should hold a Master’s degree by the date of appointment, a Ph.D. degree is preferred.

Professional experience will be considered for equivalency to academic training.

Applications must include:

  • A letter of interest in the position
  • Two letters of reference
  • A resume outlining relevant work experience, training, teaching experience, honours or awards, publications and relevant service activities
  • A teaching portfolio demonstrating evidence of teaching excellence. For example: SET scores or other teaching evaluations, course outlines, graduate courses taken, dissertation or thesis topics, evidence of successful teaching, or/and evidence of professional experience.

Applicants from outside the University of Windsor should provide three letters of reference.

Please submit your application to the attention of:                                                     
Forensic Programs Administrator
Faculty of Science
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Avenue,
Windsor, ON, N9A 3P4

mcioppa@uwindsor.ca

Deadline:  Friday, October 8th, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.

For additional information, contact the Faculty of Science at science@uwindsor.ca

The University of Windsor is a welcoming community that is committed to equity and supports diversity in its teaching, learning, and work environments.  In pursuit of the University's Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.


Forensic Science Sessional Appointment – Fall 2021

The Faculty of Science invites applications from qualified individuals who are interested in teaching the following course:

FRSC 1107-91

Introductory Crime Scene Investigation: This course will introduce students to the theoretical background of scientific methods used in Forensic Sciences and their practical applications to crime scene investigation within the multidisciplinary Forensic fields. The focus of the course is exploration and examination of evidence found at crime scenes. The students learn the discovery, identification, collection, examination and processing of various types of Forensic evidence.  DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC 4018-xx

Special Topics in Forensic Science:  Forensic Chemistry: This course will provide students an overview of the vast field of forensic chemistry, with a particular emphasis on instrumentation, drug chemistry, chemistry of combustion and arson, and the importance of chemical evidence. (Prerequisites: CHEM 2300 & BIOC 2010).

SYNCHRONOUS ONLINE Time: T 7:00 – 9:50

*The courses above are subject to budgetary approval and sufficient enrollment.

Applications must include:

  • A letter of interest in the position
  • Two letters of reference*
  • A resume outlining relevant work experience, training, teaching experience, honours or awards, publications and relevant service activities
  • A teaching portfolio demonstrating evidence of teaching excellence. For example: SET scores or other teaching evaluations, course outlines, graduate courses taken, dissertation or thesis topics, evidence of successful teaching, or/and evidence of professional experience.

*Applicants from outside the University of Windsor should provide three letters of reference. Note: Applicants that have submitted letters of reference for Forensic Science courses within the last 12 months may choose not to resubmit those letters.

Please submit your application to the attention of:  
Faculty of Science scienceundergrad@uwindsor.ca

University of Windsor

Deadline:  Friday, July 2, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.

For additional information, contact the Faculty of Science at science@uwindsor.ca

The University of Windsor is a welcoming community that is committed to equity and supports diversity in its teaching, learning, and work environments.  In pursuit of the University's Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.


Forensic Science Sessional Appointment – Fall 2021 

Due date: May 27, 2021

Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science invites applications from qualified individuals who are interested in teaching the following course:

FRSC 1107-91 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation

This course will introduce students to the theoretical background of scientific methods used in Forensic Sciences and their practical applications to crime scene investigation within the multidisciplinary Forensic fields. The focus of the course is exploration and examination of evidence found at crime scenes. The students learn the discovery, identification, collection, examination and processing of various types of Forensic evidence.

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC 2007 - 91 Introduction to Forensic Science

This course will survey the many specialties of Forensic Science, including forensic pathology, entomology, anthropology, biology, botany, geology, etc. Special guest lectures by practicing forensic scientists will give students direct contact with the role they play in the extraction and meaning of evidence.

DISTANCE EDUCATION

FRSC 3010-01 Expert Witness in Forensic Science

Examination of current concepts and controversies in the collection, preservation, and analysis of forensic evidence, and the role of the expert witness. While exploring various forensic specializations students will practice the presentation of evidence in various formats and contexts including short and long presentations, reports, cross-examination, mock trials, etc. (Prerequisite: FRSC-2007. Enrolment in this course is limited to Bachelor of Forensic Science Program Majors and majors in BA Combined in Forensics.)

IN PERSON M: 2:30-5:20 (Please be aware that course instruction is dependent on the COVID-19 situation.)

    *The courses above are subject to budgetary approval and sufficient enrollment.

Applications must include:

  •  A letter of interest in the position
  •  Two letters of reference*
  •  A resume outlining relevant work experience, training, teaching experience, honours or awards, publications and relevant service activities
  •  A teaching portfolio demonstrating evidence of teaching excellence. For example: SET scores or other teaching evaluations, course outlines, graduate courses taken, dissertation or thesis topics, evidence of successful teaching, or/and evidence of professional experience.

*Applicants from outside the University of Windsor should provide three letters of reference.
Note: Applicants that have submitted letters of reference for Forensic Science courses within the last 12 months may choose not to resubmit those letters.

Please submit your application to the attention of :

Faculty of Science 
University of Windsor
scienceundergrad@uwindsor.ca

Deadline: Thursday, May 27, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.
For additional information, contact the Faculty of Science at science@uwindsor.ca

The University of Windsor is a welcoming community that is committed to equity and supports diversity in its teaching, learning, and work environments. In pursuit of the University's Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.


Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research Sessional Appointments – Fall 2021

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

OVERLOAD/SESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR Fall 2021

In accordance with Section 54.07 of the 2017-2021 Collective Agreement, the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER) invites applications from qualified individuals interested in teaching the following course. Please note that these offerings are subject to final budgetary approval and sufficient enrolment. This listing is subject to change.

Please be aware that this course posting requires the course to be offered using alternative learning technology in an online environment. To learn about what resources are available to learn about and use these technologies please contact the Office of Open Learning or the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

GLIE-9800 Multiple Stressors and Environmental Modelling

A course aimed at developing an understanding of the nature of interactive, multiple stressors on large watersheds and lakes.  Stressors considered will include chemical contaminants, nutrient enrichment, species invasions, climate change, population harvesting and land use changes.  Students will model and gain appreciation for how single and interactive stressors affect large lakes and their watersheds, and how confounding can be isolated and explored.  Students are expected to prepare and participate in critiques of the published literature, and contribute an original essay that explores these issues.  Required of all GLIER PhD students. (2 lecture hours a week; 1 semester)

Time: TBD

Applications with a C.V. may be sent to: R. Michael McKay, Executive Director, GLIER

Robert.McKay@uwindsor.ca

Closing date for applications: May 21, 2021

The University of Windsor is committed to employment equity and welcomes applications from Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities. Applications from women are particularly encouraged.


 

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