Archive | February, 2015

Entomology Workshop-New Jersey

This year will be the third year that the New Jersey School of Conservation (NJSOC) will be hosting a forensic entomology workshop from August 10th-21st. The workshop can be taken for college credit through Rutgers University, Montclair University or for experience. It is a 2 week long course ( 1 week option for no credit) […]

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Forensic Toxicologist- Ontario

The Toxicology Section seeks an experienced scientist to: • Acquire expertise in the analysis of biological samples for drugs using instrumentation including immunoassays, Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC/MS), and Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) • Write interpretative reports summarizing complex analytical findings in forensic cases • Present forensic evidence in court as an expert witness • […]

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Forensic Scientist 1 (Trace Evidence)-Raleigh, NC

Job Class Title: Forensic Scientist I Working Title: Forensic Scientist I, Physical Evidence/Trace Evidence Position Number: 60010729 Department: Dept of Justice Salary Range: $42,667.00 – $69,177.00 Annually Pos. Location: Wake County, North Carolina Opening Date: Thu. 02/19/15 Closing Date/Time: Wed. 02/25/15 5:00 PM Eastern Time   This is entry level professional forensic analysis work that […]

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Internship Opportunity

With funding from the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (UCASE), the STEM Education Summer Internship Program is currently accepting applications for its 2015 Summer Internship program. Applications will be accepted now through March 20, 2015. STEM Education Interns earn a $3,000 stipend for full-time work (38-40 hours per week) during a seven-week internship […]

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USPS Summer Internship

AGENCY: United States Postal Service Forensic Laboratory Services (FLS) in Dulles, VA (located approximately two miles from Dulles Airport in northern Virginia). PROJECT SELECTION: The FLS internship coordinator consults with the lab personnel to gather information about the types of internship projects proposed. A scientist at the laboratory must be willing and able to be […]

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STEM Facilitators

STEM Facilitators are needed at the Science Museum of Virginia. Help guide upper elementary & middle school student through science activities at Boys & Girls Clubs or local middle schools. See STEM Facilitators for more information.

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AFDIL Internship Opportunity

The Armed Forces Medical Examiner System (AFMES) is offering summer internships in the organization’s Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL). The summer internship program is an eight-week program scheduled to begin in early June. The program offered by AFDIL is a unique opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in forensic DNA analysis to […]

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Summer Anthropology Workshop

We are holding two week-long courses that will provide students with an opportunity to learn skeletal analysis in human identification, write mock case reports, and pick up some valuable lab skills such as forensic photography, radiography, and 3-D scanning. Visit the CAPHIL website at: www.poundlab.org to view the flyer and information on how to register. The dates for […]

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VCU Poster Symposium for Undergraduate Research & Creativity

Wednesday April 22, 2015 Student Commons 2nd Floor 11am—2pm Keynote at 12pm Abstracts due on March 18 Students are now able to print their posters FOR FREE  For more information, see VCU Poster Symposium for Undergraduate Research & Creativity

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Global Education Office (GEO) Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Student and Mentor funding available for these VCU research fellowships. Application deadline is 3/1/15. For the summer of 2015 the Global Education Office will fund three unique undergraduate fellowship awards for research projects, mentored by VCU faculty. Research proposals should show evidence of significant engagement with a culture originating from outside of the US that […]

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