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Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University

Part-time Appointment, Winter 2017

The Forensic Sciences Program at Saint Mary’s University is hiring a part-time instructor with the credentials and appropriate experience to teach the following course and associated lab section during the Winter of 2017 (Jan-Apr 2017):

FRSC 2201: Basic Science for Forensics II

This a three (3) credit hour course, which will be taught with one weekly two and one-half (2.5) hour lecture period scheduled for Tuesdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm, plus one weekly lab session scheduled for Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm.

This course is a continuation/extension of FRSC 2200, and reviews principles of biology, chemistry, genetics, psychology, statistics, and toxicology, relevant to the study of forensic science. The course is intended to draw on both the expertise of the instructor and that of selected outside content experts brought in (virtually or physically) to contribute, with the primary instructor coordinating, incorporating and overseeing any outside expert contributions to the course and/or labs.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. Degree in a related field and have at least five years of experience working in an area related to forensic science; must have experience lecturing and developing curricula or programming in the area of the Forensic Sciences. Experience teaching FRSC 2200 is preferred.

Remuneration will be in accordance with the current Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness). Submissions may be addressed to the Program Coordinator, Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University, and emailed directly to forensics@smu.ca by Dec. 5, 2016.

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Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University

Part-time Appointment, Fall 2016

The Forensic Sciences Program at Saint Mary’s University is hiring a part-time instructor with the credentials and appropriate experience to teach the following course and associated lab section during the Fall of 2016 (Sep-Dec 2016):

FRSC 2200: Basic Science for Forensics I

This a three (3) credit hour course, which will be taught with one weekly two and one-half (2.5) hour lecture period scheduled for Tuesdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm, plus one weekly lab session scheduled for Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm.

This course is an introduction to the biology, physics, anthropology, pathology, and psychology that forms the basic scientific background applicable to the study of forensic science. The course is intended to draw on both the expertise of the instructor and that of selected outside content experts brought in (virtually or physically) to contribute, with the primary instructor coordinating, incorporating and overseeing any outside expert contributions to the course and/or labs.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. Degree in a related field and have at least five years of experience working in an area related to forensic science; must have experience lecturing and developing curricula or programming in the area of the Forensic Sciences.

Remuneration will be in accordance with the current Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.

Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, should be submitted to Dr. Adam Sarty, Acting Program Coordinator, Forensic Sciences Diploma Program, via email to forensics@smu.ca by July 27, 2016.

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Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University
Part-time Appointment, Winter 2017

The Forensic Sciences Program at Saint Mary’s University is hiring a part-time instructor with the credentials and appropriate experience to teach the following course during the Winter of 2017 (Jan-April 2017):

FRSC 3803: Forensic Human Anatomy

The course will have a total of three (3) credit hours lecture scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 am – 12:45 pm, and three (3) credit hours lab scheduled for Fridays from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm.

This course is a systematic approach to the study of human tissue anatomy and the relation of structure design to facilitate function. An investigation of the applied aspects of forensic anatomy of the deceased (cause and manner of death), and stress analyses and material properties of trauma and biomechanical forces acting on tissues.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. Degree in a related field and have at least five years of experience working with human remains in a forensic context; must have experience lecturing and teaching human anatomy laboratory courses; must have recent research experience in the field of forensic anatomy.
Remuneration will be in accordance with the current Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.

Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, should be submitted to Dr. Adam Sarty, Acting Program Coordinator, Forensic Sciences Diploma Program, via email to forensics@smu.ca by March 30, 2016.

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Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University
Part-time Appointment, Fall 2015

The Forensic Sciences Program at Saint Mary’s University is hiring a part-time instructor with the credentials and appropriate experience to teach the following course during the Fall of 2015:

FRSC 3803: Forensic Human Anatomy

The course will have a total of three (3) credit hours lecture scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 am – 12:45 pm, and three (3) credit hours lab scheduled for Fridays from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm.

This course is a systematic approach to the study of human tissue anatomy and the relation of structure design to facilitate function. An investigation of the applied aspects of forensic anatomy of the deceased (cause and manner of death), and stress analyses and material properties of trauma and biomechanical forces acting on tissues.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. Degree in a related field and have at least five years of experience working with human remains in a forensic context; must have experience lecturing and teaching human anatomy laboratory courses; must have recent research experience in the field of forensic anatomy.
Remuneration will be in accordance with the current Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.

Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, should be submitted to Dr. Tanya Peckmann, Program Coordinator, Forensic Sciences Diploma Program, via email to tanya.peckmann@smu.ca by April 20, 2015.

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Forensic Sciences, Saint Mary’s University
Part-time Appointment, Winter 2015

The Forensic Sciences Program at Saint Mary’s University is hiring a part-time instructor with the credentials and appropriate experience to teach the following course during the Winter of 2015:
FRSC 3801: Forensic Human Anatomy

The course will have a total of three (3) credit hours lecture scheduled for Fridays from 8:30 am to 11:00 am, and a three (3) credit hours lab scheduled for Fridays from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
This course is a systematic approach to the study of human tissue anatomy and the relation of structure design to facilitate function. An investigation of the applied aspects of forensic anatomy of the deceased (cause and manner of death), and stress analyses and material properties of trauma and biomechanical forces acting on tissues.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. Degree in a related field and have at least five years of experience working with human remains in a forensic context; must have experience lecturing and teaching human anatomy laboratory courses; must have recent research experience in the field of forensic anatomy.
Remuneration will be in accordance with the current Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.

Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, should be submitted to Dr. Tanya Peckmann, Program Coordinator, Forensic Sciences Diploma Program, via email to tanya.peckmann@smu.ca by May 19, 2014.