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05-28-2004, 12:13 AM
Lecturer, Human motor control and biomechanics (05171555)
CLOSING DATE: 06/18/2004
DEPARTMENT: Kinesiology
STARTING SALARY: Competitive and commensurate with qualifications.
ADDITIONAL SALARY INFO: Appointment: 9 month lecturer appointment beginning
August 23,2004 . Teaching summer school and/or winter term for additional
pay may be possible. This is an annual appointment, with the possibility of

DUTIES: The Department of Kinesiology at the University of Maryland-College
Park (http://www.hhp.umd.edu/KNES/) is seeking an instructor with expertise
in human motor control and biomechanics. This position offers an excellent
opportunity to join a dynamic faculty of Kinesiology, gain teaching
experience, and join an active research group. Responsibilities: Teach
undergraduate courses in the movement sciences (at least two of the
following: motor development, motor learning/control, biomechanics); advise
undergraduate students; participate in activities of the Cognitive Motor
Neuroscience Laboratory; and fulfill other departmental faculty
responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: ABD or PhD in related domain of inquiry, and evidence of
teaching experience and expertise.

TO APPLY: Closing Date: Reviewing application materials will begin on June
18, 2004. The search will continue until a suitable candidate is
identified. Application: Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to
apply. Candidates should submit a curriculum vita and official transcripts.
They should also submit the names and contact information (telephone and
e-mail) of 3 references. All materials and inquiries, should be directed
to: Dr. John J. Jeka ATTN: Ms. Yunjoo Koo Department of Kinesiology
University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-2611 Phone: (301) 405-2512
Fax: (301) 405-5578 E-Mail: jjeka@umd.edu EOE/AA

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