Monday, March 31, 2014
The District of Columbia’s Office of Police Complaints (OPC) is seeking several enthusiastic and dedicated college interns for internships. OPC is a District of Columbia government agency that receives, investigates, and resolves citizen complaints of police misconduct filed against Metropolitan Police Department officers. OPC provides an independent and impartial forum for the processing of police misconduct complaints and promotes the highest attainable standard of integrity, professionalism, and accountability in the District’s police department and housing authority officers.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
All undergraduates in our college are invited to the Spring DSAC Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 6:30 PM in Tydings Hall room 1102. RSVP to the Facebook event.
DSAC is seeking your input on a variety of topics that resonate with BSOS students, such as undergraduate research opportunities, online learning, BSOS entrepreneurship, new projects like the BSOS Hangout Space and Tydings cafe, and more. Like something? Want to change something? Come to the Town Hall Meeting!
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Dean's StudentAdvisory Council (DSAC) includes students representing all parts of the college, advises the dean on a number of BSOS initiatives and plans annual college-wide events like the Student-Faculty Dinner, brown bag lunches, and field trips.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
orensicWeek.com is airing Episode 55 this Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 7:00 PM (EST). The topic for discussion is “Forensic Entomology.” The show will take a fascinating look at how crime scene insects can reveal the time of death of a corpse as well as detecting abuse in children and neglect of the elderly. Forensic Entomologist, Dr. Jason H. Byrd is the special guest, who is associate professor and associate director of the William R. Maples Center for Forensic Medicine, at the University of Florida. Want to learn what roles insects play in our lives and how they help solve crime, then join host, Tom Mauriello LIVE and archived on www.ForensicWeek.com. Thank you for watching!
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
Are you a University of Maryland, College Park undergraduate planning to conduct research this summer 2014 under the mentorship of a professor at an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) University other than UMD?
One (1) grant of $5,000 is available to support one (1) UMD student planning to conduct summer research at an ACC campus (not including Maryland) this summer 2014. This grant will be competitively available to students who have already arranged, or can arrange by April 18, a summer research placement at an ACC University (other than UMD), under the mentorship of a faculty mentor at that University. This funding is being made available through the ACCIAC Summer Collaborative Research Award program of the Inter-institutional Academic Collaborative of the Atlantic Coast Athletic Conference (ACCIAC).
Friday, March 14, 2014
There are more opportunities to a Delaware State Parks Internship than meets the eye!
We have NEW opportunities available for our 2014 internship program.
Positions are available for Spring, Summer, and Fall and range from 12 weeks to year round. Positions are available at all Delaware State Parks. Love the outdoors? Love Children? Good with people? Want to make some money, get experience and have some FUN? Then Join our Delaware State Parks Internship Program. Academic and career focused positions available statewide. Includes a stipend payment!
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Location: Baltimore, MD / Washington D.C.
Status: Full Time
Career Level: Entry Level
Job Category: Insurance/Surveillance/Investigations
Requirements: Ideal candidate will have a degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice or related field, and/or one (1) year of insurance fraud experience, and/or law enforcement or military experience. Hourly wages, mileage, plus expenses, with a complete benefit package offered. Entry level candidates encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities: Conduct investigations related to insurance fraud, to include surveillance, activity checks, background checks, locates, and written/recorded statements.
Candidates interested in this position must demonstrate proficiency in the following job duties to be considered: