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cmattacola96
12-20-2004, 01:14 AM
Associate Dean for Research / Associate or Professor


COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

The University of Kentucky's 11 Colleges
, 5 Professional
Schools and The Graduate
School support more than
30,900 students. The College of Health Sciences
has 9 disciplines
of study and approximately 1000 students enrolled in bachelors, masters,
and Ph.D., degree programs. Additionally, the College contributes
significantly to the University's national and international agenda
through research, development, teaching, and service activities. It is
housed in a new 212,000 square foot, $32 million state-of-the-art
wireless research and education facility.

THE POSITION

The College of Health Sciences is seeking a person of vision with high
energy and strong leadership skills to serve in this newly created
position to support the College's continued advancement within the
context of a top-level research university. The Associate Dean for
Research will be an active member of the Dean's leadership team and will
work collaboratively with individual faculty members, departments, and
centers and institutes. This person will provide leadership in advancing
the College's overall research mission and implementing programs to
support externally funded research.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

* Earned doctorate in a related Health Science field and successful
academic experience as a faculty member appropriate for appointment at
the associate or professor level in one of the academic units in the
College of Health Sciences
* Current extramural funding with a history of consistent productivity
* Exemplary record of research, scholarship and inquiry
* Substantial experience with grant and contract funded research
* Commitment to mentoring faculty and developing successful extramural
funding for the research agendas of the College of Health Sciences

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:


* Successful experience in promoting collaborative and programmatic
research across units or disciplines
*Demonstrated record of organizational leadership in developing,
managing, and sustaining a comprehensive program for funded research
* Successful experience in promoting a culture that nurtures diverse
forms of inquiry/scholarship
* Successful experience with faculty development in research, including
mentoring and technical assistance
* Knowledge of pre- and post-award processes relating to funded research



APPLICATIONS: Send a letter of application and vitae to: Carl G.
Mattacola, PhD, ATC, Chair-ADR Search Committee, University of Kentucky,
College of Health Sciences, UK Wethington Building, Room 210E, 900 South
Limestone, Lexington, KY 40536-0200. E-mail: carlmat@uky.edu
. The University of Kentucky is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Carl G. Mattacola, PhD, ATC
Associate Professor - Director
Division of Athletic Training
University of Kentucky
College of Health Sciences
UK Wethington Building, Room 210E
900 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40536-0200
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*Office: (859) 323-1100 Ext 80860
*Fax: (859) 323-6003
*E-Mail: carlmat@uky.edu
*http://www.mc.uky.edu/athletic_training/





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