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11-21-2005, 09:17 AM
Hi all- below is a positions announcement for a visiting professor
position; although the request is for teaching in the areas of Anatomy,
Human Physiology and Exercise Physiology, the research background of the
applicant can be in any of the subdisciplines. Please pass on the notice
to anyone within your departments that may be looking for some teaching
experience. I would be happy to answer any questions, as would Russ
Cagle, the contact listed.

Julianne Abendroth-Smith, Ed.D.
Dept. of Exercise Science
Willamette University
Salem OR 97301

Willamette University


PhD preferred by August 2006.

Department of Exercise Science at Willamette University invites
applications for a one-year position to begin Fall 2006 and potential
renewal for additional year. Teaching load is three courses per semester
or two courses with laboratories. Applicant will teach undergraduate
courses in Human Anatomy and Exercise Physiology with ability to also
instruct Human Physiology, Research Design or Statistics. Supervision of
senior theses is also possible.

*APPLICATIONS:* Applicant must provide evidence of teaching
effectiveness and commitment to continued research and publication.
Candidates are encouraged to apply electronically by submitting most of
their materials (letter of application, CV, teaching portfolio, evidence
of teaching effectiveness, and three references) to:
rcagle@willamette.edu [Prof. Russ Cagle
PhD, ATC, Chair, Department of Exercise Science, Willamette University,
900 State Street, Salem, OR 97301]

*CLOSING DATE:* File review will begin February 1, 2006 and will
continue until position is filled.

*Willamette* University maintains a strong institutional commitment to
diversity and strives to recruit and retain candidates from communities
of color and ethnic groups.

The department and the College of Liberal Arts encourage collaborative
learning, interdisciplinary teaching, and undergraduate research and
writing. Willamette is a highly selective liberal arts college with 1800
undergraduates, a College of Law, a School of Education, and a Graduate
School of Management.