Archive | January, 2018

Call for Posters! Chesapeake Bay Division of the International Association for Identification

It is time for the call for Poster Presentations for the 2018 CBD IAI Spring Educational Conference! The Student Development Committee is anticipating a large student presence this year and we look forward to seeing posters from the bright, scientific minds at VCU. IAI.2018 Call for Poster IAI2018.CBD Poster Guidelines IAI2018CBD Poster Submission Form

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DNA Supervisor-Oregon

Oregon State Police Portland Metro Crime Laboratory is the only DNA laboratory in the state, processing all DNA casework and offender samples.  The lab uses GlobalFiler/STRmix and they have a fun Lean 6 Sigma project planned for 2018. Duties & Responsibilities Responsible for the overall daily administration, operation and coordination of activities within the DNA […]

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Grad School Interview Practice

VCU Career Services, in collaboration with VCU Building Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) is organizing a series of events this semester for the MCV and the Monroe Park campuses for those students in the STEM-H majors/fields.the first Spring 2018 Science Student Workshop One of the first events is “Graduate School for the Sciences Interview Prep,” on Friday, […]

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VCU Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Global Education Undergraduate Research Fellowships The Global Education Office (GEO) 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 is different from the applicant’s native culture. Successful proposals should exhibit how the project will […]

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VCU Baldacci Scholar

Baldacci Student Experiential Learning Fund Are you planning an internship, research experience or study abroad trip for 2018? Or do you have an interest in attending a professional conference or have an idea for a social entrepreneurship project? The Baldacci Student Experiential Learning Fund grants academically promising students of diverse areas of study and backgrounds […]

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Forensic Scientist 4/Firearms & Toolmarks-Washington

The Crime Laboratory Division is recruiting for a Forensic Scientist 4 with the Firearms and Toolmarks functional area. Individuals interested in this employment opportunity may apply through http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wsp/default.cfm.  Applications must be received on or before January 21, 2018. For more information on this position, please contact Melissa Rasmussen at (360) 704-2315 or melissa.rasmussen@wsp.wa.gov or Melodie Wulfekuhle at (360) 704-2307 or melodie.wulfekuhle@wsp.wa.gov.

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Forensic Scientist 3/Crime Scene Response Team- Washington

The Crime Laboratory Division is recruiting for a Forensic Scientist 3 position with the Crime Scene Response Team functional area. Individuals interested in this employment opportunity may apply through http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wsp/default.cfm.  This recruitment will remain open until filled; however, application screening will begin on January 22, 2018.  It will be to the applicant’s advantage to submit application materials […]

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Forensic Technician II/Toxicology-SC

CLOSING DATE 1/18/18 General Responsibility: Under general supervision, serve as a Forensic Technician II in the Toxicology Department to provide administrative and technical support to the forensic scientists and perform Level I analysis for submitted cases. Specific Duties: Maintain an accurate inventory of reagents, supplies, instruments, evidence and certificates of analysis. Proficiently perform basic toxicological […]

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