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FACULTY OF SCIENCE: FORENSIC SCIENCE

NOTICE RE: TEACHING ASSISTANT (TA) POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR WINTER TERM 2022

In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement the Faculty of Science invites applications for TA positions for the Winter 2022 term.

The total number of projected Teaching Assistantship positions in the Faculty of Science for the Winter 2022 term are thirteen TA positions for a total 650 hours. All positions are subject to sufficient enrolment and final budgetary approval.

List of courses that may utilize Teaching Assistants for Winter term 2022:

FRSC- 1101 – 91 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation
2 TAs for 50 hrs each
Distance Education
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 2007 – 01 Introduction to Forensic Science
2 TAs for 50 hrs each
Lecture: M 7:00- 9:50pm (on campus)
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 2007 – 91 Introduction to Forensic Science
2 TAs for 50 hrs each
Distance Education
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 3101- 01 Laboratory in Forensic Science
2 TAs for 50 hours each
Lab: F 8:30-11:20am (on campus)
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 3105-01 Forensic Identification
2 TAs for 50 hrs each
Time: Th 10:00am- 12:50pm
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 3111 – 01 Digital Photography
1 TA for 50 hrs
Lecture:  F 4:00- 5:20pm (on campus)
Lab: F 2:30- 3:50pm (on campus)
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 3217-91 Forensic Serology and DNA Applications
1 TA for 50 hrs
Distance Education
Jan 3 to April 30

FRSC- 4227 – 91 Forensic Medicine: Toxins and Pathology
1 TA for 50 hrs
Distance Education
Jan 3 to April 30

Refer to the timetable (www.uwindsor.ca/registrar/timetable-information) for class and exam hours and location.

Expected TA duties: Students may be asked to assist in preparations and demonstrations for lectures and laboratories, in marking assignments and/ or midterms and exams, in online monitoring of discussions and class participation, and in proctoring of exams. Other duties may be assigned, including set-up time immediately preceding classes or laboratories.

It is anticipated that the majority of Winter 2022 classes across the University will be held face-to-face on campus or have a face-to-face component. GA and TA employees are expected to make themselves available to report for all assigned duties, both on-campus and online. The University of Windsor health and safety protocols and public health and safety regulations that are in place will be observed for any face-to-face or on-campus duties required to support Winter 2022 courses. Refer to the University’s Return to Campus webpage for details about the policies in effect through the Winter 2022 semester.

Eligibility requirements:

TA appointments shall be offered to qualified applicants in accordance with the criteria specified in Article 12:04 of the Collective Agreement.  To be eligible for a Teaching Assistantship you must be a registered student:

  • must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring

·       must maintain registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program

Note that Teaching Assistants can be employed for no more than 100 TA hours per semester total. If you already hold or have applied for another TA position (in this or another department) note that the total combined hours for all TA appointments held in all departments cannot exceed 100 hours for the Winter term period (Jan 3rd to April 30th).

Required essential qualifications: 

  • Must have good communication skills
  • Must be registered in a BFS or BA (Combined) Forensics program
  • Must have a major GPA of 75%
  • Must be available to attend the (online or on campus) lecture and lab classes at the specified times.
    • If applying for FRSC 3101, must be available for set up and preparation either immediately before scheduled time or on previous day.
  • Must be available, or able to make alternate arrangements for proctoring of final exam
  • Must have taken course previously and obtained 80%.
    • If applying for FRSC 3101, preference will be given to students that have taken FRSC-3101 IN PERSON.

Application forms are available from the following webpage: https://www.uwindsor.ca/graduate-studies/sites/uwindsor.ca.graduate-studies/files/ga_ta_application_fillable_form.pdf

 Completed applications must be submitted via email to:  Asad Mohammed at science@uwindsor.ca
For any questions please contact: Maria Cioppa at mcioppa@uwindsor.ca

Deadline for receiving applications: Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 4:00pm

In pursuit of the University of Windsor’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Members of Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply. 

Date posted: November 23, 2021

 


FACULTY OF SCIENCE: FORENSIC SCIENCE

NOTICE RE: TEACHING ASSISTANT (TA) POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR FALL TERM 2021

In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement the Faculty of Science invites applications for TA positions for the Fall 2021 term.

The total number of projected Teaching Assistantship positions in the Faculty of Science for the Fall 2021 term are three TA positions for a total 150 hours. All positions are subject to sufficient enrolment and final budgetary approval.

List of courses that may utilize Teaching Assistants for Fall term 2021 from September 1 to December 31:

  • FRSC 1101 - 01 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation and Techniques – 1 Senior TA for 75 hours & 2 TAs for 50 hrs each
    Lecture Wed 2:30-3:50pm, Lab 51 Wed 4:00-5:20pm, Lab 52 Thurs 1:00-2:20pm
  • FRSC 2007 – 91 Introduction to Forensic Science – 2 TAs for 50 hrs each

  • FRSC 2100 – 91 Crime Scene Evidence Analysis – 1 TA for 50 hrs

  • FRSC 3010 – 01 Expert Witness in Forensic Science – 1 TA for 50 hrs
    Lecture:  M 2:30- 5:20pm

  • FRSC 4207 – 91 New Perspectives in Forensic Evidence Analysis – 1 TA for 50 hrs

  • FRSC 4217 – 91 Advances in Human Identification – 2 TA for 50 hrs

*Refer to the timetable (www.uwindsor.ca/registrar/timetable-information) for class and exam hours and location.

 

Expected Senior TA Duties:  After training and with instructor supervision, student will be responsible for  preparations and demonstrations for lectures and laboratories, for marking assignments and/ or midterms and exams, in online monitoring of discussions and class participation, and in proctoring of exams. Other duties may be assigned, including set-up time immediately preceding classes or laboratories.

Expected TA duties: Students may be asked to assist in preparations and demonstrations for lectures and laboratories, in marking assignments and/ or midterms and exams, in online monitoring of discussions and class participation, and in proctoring of exams. Other duties may be assigned, including set-up time immediately preceding classes or laboratories.

Eligibility requirements: TA appointments shall be offered to qualified applicants in accordance with the criteria specified in Article 12:04 of the Collective Agreement.  To be eligible for a Teaching Assistantship you must be a registered student:

  • must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring

·       must maintain registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program

Note that Teaching Assistants can be employed for no more than 100 TA hours per semester total. If you already hold or have applied for another TA position (in this or another department) note that the total combined hours for all TA appointments held in all departments cannot exceed 100 hours for the Fall term period (Sept 1st to Dec 31st).

Required essential qualifications: 

  • Must have good communication skills
  • Must be registered in a BFS or BA (Combined) Forensics program
  • Must have a major GPA of 75%
  • Must be available to attend the (online) lecture and lab classes at the specified times.
    • If applying for FRSC 1101, must be available for lecture and one of the labs (please indicate which one on application)
  • Must be available, or able to make alternate arrangements for proctoring of final exam
  • Must have taken course previously and obtained 80%.
    • If applying for FRSC 1101, must have taken either FRSC 1101 OR FRSC 1107-01 (in person section), and obtained 80%.
    • If applying for the Senior TA position in FRSC 1101, must have taken both FRSC 3105 and FRSC 3111 and obtained a grade of 85% in both

Application forms are available from the following webpage: https://www.uwindsor.ca/graduate-studies/sites/uwindsor.ca.graduate-studies/files/ga_ta_application_fillable_form.pdf

Completed applications must be submitted via email to:  Asad Mohammed at science@uwindsor.ca
For any questions please contact: Maria Cioppa at mcioppa@uwindsor.ca

 

Deadline for receiving applications: Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at 4:00pm

In pursuit of the University of Windsor’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Members of Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply. 

Date posted: August 4, 2021


Forensic Science Teaching Assistant (TA) Positions Available – SUMMER 2021

FACULTY OF SCIENCE: FORENSIC SCIENCE

NOTICE RE: TEACHING ASSISTANT (TA) POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER TERM 2021

In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement the Faculty of Science invites applications for TA positions for the Summer term 2021.

The total number of projected Teaching Assistantship positions in the Faculty of Science for the Summer term 2021 are two TA positions for a total of 125 hours.

All positions are subject to sufficient enrolment and final budgetary approval.

List of courses that may utilize Teaching Assistants for Summer term 2021:

  • FRSC 1107 (91) Introductory Crime Scene Investigation – one TA for 50 hrs from May 10 to August 31
  • FRSC 3105 (01) Forensic Identificationone TA for 75 hrs from May 10 to June 21  

 *Refer to the timetable (www.uwindsor.ca/registrar/timetable-information) for class and exam hours and location.

Expected TA duties: Students may be asked to assist in preparations and demonstrations for lectures and laboratories, in marking assignments and/or midterms and exams, in online monitoring of discussions and class participation, and in proctoring of exams.  Other duties may be assigned, including set-up time immediately preceding classes or laboratories. 

Eligibility requirements:
TA appointments shall be offered to qualified applicants in accordance with the criteria specified in Article 12:04 of the Collective Agreement.  To be eligible for a Teaching Assistantship you must be a registered student:

  • must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring
  • must maintain registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program

Note: Teaching Assistants can be employed for no more than 100 TA hours per semester total. If you already hold or have applied for another TA position (in this or another department) note that the total combined hours for all TA appointments held in all departments cannot exceed 100 hours for the Summer term period (May 1 to August 31).

Required essential qualifications: 

  • Must be available to attend the (online) lecture and lab classes at the specified times.
  • Must be available, or able to make alternate arrangements for proctoring of final exam.
  • Must have taken course previously and obtained 80%.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 70%
  • Must have good communication skills
  • If applying for FRSC 3105 must be willing and able to meet with instructor on and off campus in order to assist in preparations and online demonstrations. Transportation may be required to an off-campus site. The University's health and safety protocols will be followed for any required face to face or on campus duties.
  • Registered in a BFS or BA (Combined) Forensics program   

Application forms are available from the following webpage:

https://www.uwindsor.ca/graduate-studies/sites/uwindsor.ca.graduate-studies/files/ga_ta_application_fillable_form.pdf

Completed applications must be submitted via email to: Asad Mohammed at science@uwindsor.ca

For any questions please contact: Maria Cioppa at mcioppa@uwindsor.ca

Deadline for receiving applications: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

In pursuit of the University of Windsor’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Members of Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply. 

Date posted: March 26, 2021


 

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