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Peter Milburn
11-19-1992, 01:54 PM
The Department of Human Movement Science at The University of Wollongong is
offering a

TEACHING FELLOWSHIP IN BIOMECHANICS

for the period February to July, 1993.

The successful applicant, depending on their qualifications and experience,
would be expected to teach in either an introductory undergraduate class in
Qualitative Biomechanics or a graduate class in Advanced Biomechanics. The
applicant would also be expected to contribute to the Department's research
program, which focuses on musculoskeletal injury mechanisms (particularly in
the lower extremity).

A well-defined and systematic undergraduate teaching program servicing both
Human Movement and Physical Education students follows through to specialist
graduate subjects in Advanced Biomechanical Techniques and Occupational
Biomechanics. The Department has a well-equipped biomechanics research
laboratory and strong collaborative links with other departments, including
Mechanical Engineering and Materials Engineering.

The University of Wollongong is a young, rapidly growing institution of
approximately 9000 students. Its campus is situated between the forested
escarpment and a string of magnificent ocean beaches and neadlands. The city
of Wollongong has a population of 250,000 and is located 80 km south of
Sydney, Australia's largest city, which is easily accessible by car or public
transport.

A remuneration package of $A10000 is payable either in the form of salary or a
combination of airfares, accommodation and salary.

Interested persons should submit an application before 18th December, 1992 to:

Dr. Peter Milburn
Head
Department of Human Movement Science
The University of Wollongong
Northfields Avenue,
Wollongong, NSW 2522
AUSTRALIA

Telephone (+61 42) 214161
Fax (+61 42) 214096
e-mail peter milburn@ms-gw.uow.edu.au