The successful candidate will be expected to teach coursework in the undergraduate and graduate forensic science programs at University of New Haven. Some of these courses will be consistent with the faculty member’s area of expertise, and other courses will be more generalized, such as Survey of Forensic Science. In addition, this candidate must be competent in advising and mentoring students at various levels, including undergraduate and graduate level thesis projects. Research and professional development are critical elements of this position as well.
The minimum requirement is a Ph.D. in natural sciences or some closely related forensic science discipline. The preferred areas of interest are crime scene investigation and crime scene reconstruction. Practical and courtroom testimony experience are important qualifications for the position.
The University of New Haven is home to one of the oldest and most well-respected forensic science programs in the United States. Our graduates can be found in forensic science laboratories throughout the US and abroad. We have a dedicated crime scene facility and newly renovated lab space in addition to the internationally-recognized Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science facility. Modern equipment, including various DNA analysis platforms, SEM, XRD, Raman Spectroscopy, GC/MS, LEEDS comparison microscopy, etc., are available for teaching and research.
Review of applications will begin immediately. The position is open until filled. The anticipated start date is September 1, 2023.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Search #22-52F, University of New Haven, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT 06516, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include Search #22-52F in the email subject line to ensure proper delivery.
For additional information, contact Search Committee Chair, Gerald Narowski, at phone no. (203) 479-4577.
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