Report on TQRs, 20 December 2016
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Teaching Qualification Requirements
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December 20, 2016
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Course CodeCourse TitleEducationExperienceOther
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesDean’s OfficeAEHM 330Academic and Scientific WritingMaster's degreeExperience in teaching undergraduate students how to prepare well-written, well-researched, and well-docukmented scientific papers for an academic audience.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesAnimal ScienceANSC 312Animal Health and DiseaseBSc minimumIdeally a veterinary background, or familiarity with courses in animal health and/or diseasePreference for someone who has taken ANSC 312 in the past.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesAnimal ScienceANSC 324Developmental Biology and ReproductionBSc in related field (graduate degree preferable)In depth knowledge of reproductive biology
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesAnimal ScienceANSC 420Animal BiotechnologyPhD preferredAcademic or practical experience in the field of animal biotechnology preferred
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesBioresource EngineeringBREE 503Water, society, law and policyM.Sc. MinimumInstitutional experience in water resource management and policy.Industry contacts in the field of integrated water resource management is an asset as inviting guest speakers is encouraged.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesBioresource EngineeringBREE 510Watershed systems managementM.Sc. MinimumExperience with water resource management and watershed modeling.Industry contacts in the field of integrated water resource management is an asset as inviting guest speakers is encouraged.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesSchool of Dietetics & Human NutritionNUTR 301PsychologyPhD in Psychology with particular expertise in behaviour change related to nurition and physical activity.5 years in teaching nutrition and physical activity related psychology at the undergraduate level.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesSchool of Dietetics & Human NutritionNUTR 343Accounting and Cost ControlMasters in business, management or related discipline.Teaching responsibility and cost control related to the nutrition and food service environment.Use of financial statements and systems for decision making.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesSchool of Dietetics & Human NutritionNUTR 446Applied Human ResourcesMasters in Education or ManagementTeaching management of people in the workplace related to nutrition and food service environment. Team leadership.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR200The Global EnvironmentPh.D in Biology or Environmental Science, or Atmospheric Science or or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the course.Demonstrated experience in teaching and research in biology, environmental science, or atmospheric science. Research experience on these topics is demonstrated by publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Prior experience in team teaching at a university level is preferred. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise. Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team teaching class on earth system science and environmental issues; dsign and grade assignments and examinations; contribute to the administration of the course. Ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Provides study aids for students and respond to academic requests from students.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR20151Society, Environment and SustainabilityPh.D in Environment or Ecology or Economics or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the coursePrior experience in team teaching at a university level in sustainability science and policy is preferred. Demonstrated experience in teaching undergraduate environmental courses especially ones that feature an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary mix of natural and social sciences including course work and research with an emphasis on North American environmental policy. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise. This is a Macdonald Campus course. Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team teaching classs on North American sustainability and environmental science and policy. Co-grades assignments and end of term examination and ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Provides study aids for students and will respond to academic requests from students. Fosters critical thinking.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR202The Evolving EarthPh.D in environmental or biological sciences or physical anthropology or geosciences or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the courseDemonstrated experience through course work and research with an emphasis on evolutionary biology and ecology or knowledge of geosciences and their impact on Earth and evolution. Prior experience in team teaching at a university level is preferred. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise. Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team-taught class.. The co-course lecturer will be required to present lectures that cover micro evolution, macro evolution, and cultural evolution as well as the relationships between physical geosciences with biological evolution. Co-grades assignments and end of term examination and ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Provides study aids for students and will respond to academic requests from students.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR20251The Evolving EarthPh.D in environmental or biological sciences or physical anthropology or geosciences or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the courseDemonstrated experience through course work and research with an emphasis on evolutionary biology, ecology or knowledge of geosciences and their impact on Earth and evolution. Prior experience in team teaching at a university level is preferred. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise. This is a Macdonald Campus course. Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team-taught class. The co-lecturer has expertise in introductory biology and genetics or physical geosciences and will give lectures covering evolutionary patterns and processes, from bacteria to mammals, including cultural evolution. as well as on their relationships with physical geosciences. Will co-grade assignments and exams and ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Will respond to academic requests from students.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR421 - offered biannually, next is 2018Montreal Environment HistoryPhD Candidate or degree holder in one of the following:, Biology, Ecology, Environmental (Natural Resource) Sciences or Studies, History, Geography or related fields engaging environment. Focus of degree depends on the annual topic of the course. Prior experience in team teaching at a university level is preferred. As this is a team taught course, the experience will need to complement the team expertise that year. Capacity to work in an intensive, month-long, experience-based learning program in the Summer semester required. Reporting to the Director of the McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer will be required to deliver lectures, supervise research projects, and support a symposium on urban sustainability. Fluency in French is an asset.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesMcGill School of EnvironmentENVR422 - offered biannually - next is 2018Montreal Urban Sustainability AnalysisPhD Candidate or degree holder in one of the following: Environmental Studies, Urban Planning, Social sciences (Geography, Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science) or related fields engaging environment and sustainability. Focus of degree depends on the annual topic of the course.Prior experience in team teaching at a university level is preferred. Capacity to work in an intensive, month-long, experience-based learning program in the Summer semester required. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise. Reporting to the Director of the McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer will be required to supervise research projects on environmental sustainability. Fluency in French is an asset.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMT4 012Machinery MaintenanceBachelor's degree in Engineering or other relevant field. Minimum 3 years recent and appropriate professional or agricultural experience.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar machinery maintenance courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMT4 022Equipment ManagementBachelor's degree in Engineering or other relevant field. Minimum 3 years recent and appropriate professional or agricultural experience.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar equipment management courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMT4 023Building ManagementBachelor's degree in Engineering or other relevant field. Minimum 3 years recent and appropriate professional or agricultural experience.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar building management or maintenance courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMT4 035Field Crop Management 1Bachelor's degree in agronomy or other relevant field. Minimum 3 years recent and appropriate professional or agricultural experience. Member of the OAQ.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar field crop production or management courses, which focus on the crops, production techniques and management tools that are common in Quebec and Eastern Ontario. Evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMT4 036Field Crop Management 2Bachelor's degree in agronomy or other relevant field. Minimum 3 years recent and appropriate professional or agricultural experience. Member of the OAQ.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar field crop management courses, which focus on the crops, production techniques and management tools that are common in Quebec and Eastern Ontario. Evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMTP 075Langue française et communication (602-101)Master's degree in French or equivalent. Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar 101 French second language courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMTP 077Intro to College English (section 1) (603-101)Master's degree in English or equivalent.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar 101 (Intro. to College English) English courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMTP 077Intro to College English (section 2) (603-101)Master's degree in English or equivalent.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar 101 (Intro to College English) English courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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Agricultural & Environmental SciencesFarm Management & Technology ProgramFMTP 078FMT EnglishMaster's degree in English or equivalent.Prior teaching experience at the college level, with this or similar program specific English courses, with evidence of effective teaching. Relevant non-teaching experience (presentations, workshops, field days, professional consultation, etc) or professional practice will also be considered.A lecturer who has taught the course twice previously, is considered to meet the TQRs.
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