Sessional Lecturer NFS: Nutritional Toxicology
Sessional Lecturer NFS 488H1S: Nutritional Toxicology
Date Posted: 09/24/2020
Req ID: []
Faculty/Division: [[Faculty of Medicine]]
Department: [[Dept of Nutritional Sciences]]
Campus: [[St. George (Downtown Toronto)]]
Sessional Lecturer to teach 2021-1 NFS 488H1S: Nutritional Toxicology
September 24, 2020
October 23, 2020
Course Number, Title & Description
NFS488H1S Nutritional Toxicology [36L]
Occurrence, mechanism of action, safety and health implications of chemicals naturally present in or added to foods. Interactions of nutrients and toxicants and the effects on their metabolism and utilization. Food safety evaluation and regulatory control.
Estimated TA Support
3 hours weekly, on Wednesdays 1-4 pm
January 6 to March 31, 2021 (No class: Feb 17-Reading Week)
$8,489.66 - $9,301.89
Applicants should have a graduate degree (PhD preferred) in nutrition or toxicology; demonstrated expertise in nutritional toxicology and teaching experience an asset
Normal teaching duties both in-person and/or online (i.e, plans course readings, plans content, co-ordinates guest speakers, provide lectures, sets and evaluates assignments, supervises TAs, supports student learning.)
Electronic applications, including a cover letter, the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, and CV, should be addressed to Dr. Deborah O’Connor, Professor and Chair, Department of Nutritional Sciences and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please use subject line: 2021-1-Sessional Lecturer Application.
Closing Date: [[10/23/2020]], 11:59PM EDT
This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.
It is understood that some announcements of vacancies are tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolment. Should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.
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