Forensic 100 Course Assistant

    University park, PA

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    The Forensic Science program seeks to hire part-time Course Assistants for the 2020/2021

    academic year for FRNSC 100 - Introduction to Forensic Science. Successful candidates will be

    expected to perform the following duties:
    • grade submitted assignments, including (but not limited to) case notes homework, quizzes, exam, professional profiles, and/or extra credit
    • interact with students via email and Piazza chatroom to facilitate understanding of course material and scientific concepts
    • transcribe/caption lectures, videos, and/or other recordings for ADA compliance
    • attend a weekly meeting with their supervisor
    • and other duties as assigned by the instructor
    Applicants must have successfully completed FRNSC 100. Successful completion of FRNSC 210

    is preferred, but not required.

    Applications will be received on an on-going basis and reviewed as need arises. Hours, wages,

    and anticipated period of employment will vary.


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    University Park, PA
    Posting ID: 556644731Posted: 2020-05-21

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