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Dickin, Clark
11-14-2005, 03:01 AM
Texas Tech University



Announcement of Faculty Position for Fall 2006


Biomechanics




The Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences at Texas Tech
University is seeking a tenure-track faculty member in Biomechanics.
Individuals having an applied emphasis in sport, ergonomics, clinical
applications, and /or aging are encouraged to apply.



RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses and direct
graduate students in Biomechanics. Conduct research and seek external
funding in the area of specialization. Provide service to professional
organizations. Responsibilities also include department, college, and
university committee assignments.



QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate should possess a terminal
degree with an emphasis in biomechanics or closely related discipline,
demonstrated potential to establish a focused line of research, evidence
of effective teaching, and the ability and willingness to teach
Biomechanics and other exercise and sport science courses at the
graduate and undergraduate levels.



RANK AND SALARY: Assistant Professor. Salary is commensurate with
qualifications.



EFFECTIVE DATE OF APPOINTMENT: August 19, 2006.



THE DEPARTMENT AND THE UNIVERSITY: The Department of Health, Exercise,
and Sport Sciences is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences. The
Bachelor of Science is offered, as well as the Master of Science and the
PhD jointly with Physiology. Numerous opportunities exist for
collaborative ventures across campus and with the Medical School.
Eight-hundred and ninety-three undergraduate students are currently
enrolled in programs in fitness and wellness promotion, physical
education teacher education, exercise sciences, health education and
sport management. Graduate program specialties include: motor behavior,
exercise and sport psychology, biomechanics, exercise
physiology/physiology, sport management, and pedagogy. Texas Tech
University is a state-supported, coeducational institution with a
student population of 28,157 located in the West Texas city of Lubbock.
The campus is on a 1,839-acre tract, making it one of the largest in the
nation. The Spanish Renaissance-style red-tile roofed buildings are
surrounded by expansive lawns and impressive landscaping. The university
offers opportunities not only for research and study, but also for
varied cultural and recreational activities.



APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Screening of applicants will begin December 15,
2005 and continue until the position is filled. Applications must be
submitted on line at: http://jobs.texastech.edu
. Refer to requisition number 60324 when
applying.



For additional information regarding this position contact:



Dr. Jim Williams, HESS, Box 43011, Texas Tech University,

Lubbock, TX 79409-3011 (e-mail: jim.williams@ttu.edu).



Find us on the web at www.hess.ttu.edu



Texas Tech University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Employment
Opportunity / American with Disabilities Act Employer and is sensitive
to the unique needs of career couples.





D. Clark Dickin

Assistant Professor

Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences

Texas Tech University

PO. Box 43011

Lubbock, TX 79409-3011

clark.dickin@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 742-3371

Fax: (806) 742-1688



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Show me, I may remember.

But involve me, and I'll understand.

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