Forensic 413 Course Assistant

    University park, PA

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    The Forensic Science program seeks to hire part-time FRNSC 413 course assistants for Fall 2020/Spring 2021 school year.

    Duties will include, but not limited to helping the instructor with lecture and laboratory modules. CA's must be willing to attend lecture if they are available, and be present during the laboratory sessions. They will be required to assist all students with their individual laboratory exercises. CA's will assist with preparation of evidence, reagents, quizzes, laboratory exercises, and reports. They will also help with grading reports and quizzes. CA's will attend office hours, if necessary, work during the weekend when requested and be willing to answer any questions the students may have. They will also be asked to help with new protocols that may be implemented during the semester.

    Applicants for the Course Assistants (CA) position must have completed FRNSC 413 and obtained good grade in this class. Applications will be received on an on-going basis and reviewed as need arises.


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    University Park, PA
    Posting ID: 556644727Posted: 2020-05-21