Adjunct – Forensic Science Institute

first_imgPosition Overview:Note: Adjunct positions at UCO are part-time teaching positions.This posting is to create a pool of interested applicants fromwhich the Department may draw as sections become open at any pointin the current academic year. This posting may or may not result inthe hiring of adjuncts. Adjunct Faculty provides a quality learningexperience for students on a semester basis. Adjunct facultyreports to a dean or chair and performs instruction-related dutiesand responsibilities in a timely manner and in accordance with themission, policies and procedures of the college. The relationshipof the adjunct faculty member to the student is one of teacher andfacilitator of learning.College/Department Overview:The Forensic Science Institute (FSI) at the University of CentralOklahoma is dedicated to comprehensive training and research forstudents, professionals and first responders in all aspects ofevidence collection, preservation, analysis, reporting andtestimony. The Institute is a leading provider of forensic scienceeducation at the undergraduate and graduate level through a robust,interdisciplinary program. UCO has the only undergraduate programin North America accredited by the Forensic Science EducationPrograms Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) in all eligibledisciplines to include Forensic Molecular Biology, ForensicChemistry, and Digital Forensics. UCO, along with Eastern KentuckyUniversity, were the first and still only programs to be accreditedin Digital Forensics at the undergraduate level. The ForensicScience Institute has an experienced faculty representinginternational and national leaders in their respectivefields.Department Specific Essential Job Functions:Teaches courses within the scope of Forensic Science.QualificationsExperience Required:Possesses at least a master’s degree in the field specified in theposition announcement (exceptions require Academic Affairsapproval). Possesses excellent communication, problem-solving, andorganizational skills.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:Teaches, advises and mentors students, evaluates studentperformance, and maintains department and student records inaccordance with university policies. Adheres to the educationalphilosophy of the University. Works in a collaborative manner withcolleagues and professionals peers. Participates in universitymeetings that relate specifically to faculty. Adheres to theeducational philosophy, mission and long-term goals of theUniversity. Adheres to all policies and procedures outlines in theUCO Faculty and Employee Handbooks.Physical Demands:Repetitive movement of hands and fingers – typing and/or writing.Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping,kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms. Visuallyidentify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate withsupervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendancerequired. The physical demands and work environment characteristicsdescribed here are representative of those that must be met by anemployee to successfully perform the essential functions of thisjob. Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADArequirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform essential functions.last_img read more

Report estimates visitors spent $1.6 billion in Vermont in 2007

first_imgVisitors to the Green Mountain State spent more than $1.61 billion for goods and services in 2007, according to a recent study that measures the impact of visitor spending on the Vermont economy.The study, prepared by Economic and Policy Resources (EPR) of Williston, shows that visitors made an estimated 14.3 million trips to Vermont in 2007, an increase of 7 percent from 2005. Vermont s travel and tourism industry continues to experience steady growth, said Gov. Jim Douglas.  Vermont has outstanding brand recognition and is fortunate to have more than 80 million people living within a day s drive.Visitor spending in Vermont supported approximately 37,490 jobs for Vermont workers and business owners. There are nearly 60,000 jobs in the Vermont hospitality sector, many of which are supported locally.Vermont s merchants get a greater proportion of revenues from visitor spending than nearly any other state, with retail, restaurant and other services being two or three times more dependent on visitor spending than the national average.  In addition, visitor spending contributed $206.9 million in tax and fee revenues to state coffers in the General, Education and Transportation Funds. The hospitality industry is one of the main drivers of the Vermont economy, said Vermont Tourism and Marketing Commissioner Bruce Hyde. Many entry-level positions exist that often become high paying professional jobs for Vermonters. In fact, the Vermont tourism employee who is the primary wage earner in their household had total earnings income of $42,350 per year, an income 15 percent above the average income of $36,949 for all employed individuals in Vermont, Hyde said.The study also looks at many other aspects of the industry, including average visitor spending, visitor expenditures by category, seasonal occupancy rates for Vermont lodging properties and a comparison of lodging establishments by size.The state s methodology focuses on direct visitor spending, which is the standard used at the national level by organizations such as the U.S. Travel Association.The complete report is available online on the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing s industry website at www.VermontPartners.org(link is external).last_img read more

Dogs And Cards Split Epic Battle

first_imgThe Seventh Grade Batesville Bulldogs Basketball team defeated St. Louis Tuesday night by a score of 55 to 38.  After a slow first half, Batesville stayed strong in the second to bring home the win.  Leading in scoring for Batesville was Jack Grunkemeyer with 14, followed closely by Conner Drake with 13, and Chris Lewis with 12.  Also scoring were Gus Prickel with 9, Sam Johnson with 6, and rounding out the scoring was Chris Tillman with 1.  The Seventh grade Dogs are now 8 and 3 on the season. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.The Cardinals 7th Graders fell to a very talented Batesville team 55 to 38 in front of a packed house at the Cross Town Shootout. The Cardinals started the 4th quarter down only 6 points before Batesville put the finishing touches on a very hard fought ball game. Hank Ritter led the cardinals with 18 points followed by Connor Miles with 15. Carson Meyer contributed 8 rebounds and 4 points. Marco Canessa contributed 4 rebounds. Evan Flaspohler had 1 point. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Chad Miles.The 8th Grade Bulldogs Boys Basketball team fell to 2-9 on the season after losing to St. Louis 61-36. The Cardinals got off to an early start leading at half 38-14. The Bulldogs kept fighting back the entire game and showed great effort in the second half. Batesville actually outscored St. Louis in the second half 24-23, but the initial margin was far too much to make the comeback. The Bulldogs were led offensively by Bryson Bonelli with 14 points, Jackson Renck (10), Max Baumer (5), Grant Peters (3), Trenton Kincade (2), and Cole Pride (2). Coach Burcham was super proud of the boys’ effort the second half and continued fight in front of the great, home crowd.  Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.The St Louis Cardinals 8th Grade Basketball team improved to 14-1 on the season tonight by defeating a tough Batesville Bulldogs team by a score of 61-36. The Cardinals will be back in action this Thursday night, December 20th, as they will be on the road facing the Sunman Dearborn Trojans with the 7th grade tipping off at 5:30 pm. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Schebler.last_img read more

Donnacha Ryan in Ireland team for Italy clash

first_imgAndrew Trimble is unavailable through injury while Tommy Bowe is replaced on the bench by Craig Gilroy.Ireland coach Joe Schmidt says Nenagh native Ryan has been included in the starting XV because of his ability in the line-out and general work-rate.last_img