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Kevin Ball
01-25-2006, 09:39 PM
Position: Assistant Professor
Institution: University of Hartford
Location: West Hartford, CT
Date of post: January 26, 2006

Application deadline: position open until filled

Opening for Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy, tenure track, 10-
month position, specialty in neurorehabilitation with a start date of
September 2006. Qualifications include earned academic doctorate
degree or completion of doctorate degree in near future in a related
field and experience in teaching neurorehabilitation. Other preferred
qualities include demonstration of success in working with diverse
populations of students and clients. Candidates should have an
established research agenda and be capable of mentoring student
research. Job responsibilities will include teaching advanced
neurorehabilitation courses and research courses in the Doctorate of
Physical Therapy Program, continued evidence of scholarly activities
and service to the department and university.

The University of Hartford is an independent, comprehensive
institution of higher education with an annual enrollment of
approximately 5,500 undergraduate students and approximately 1,700
graduate students. The university’s spacious and scenic, 320-acre,
wooded main campus, is located in suburban West Hartford, just
minutes from downtown Hartford and within a few hours of New York and
Boston. As the state capital, Hartford offers the vitality of a city
in a smaller, more intimate atmosphere. The arts, entertainment,
dining, and cultural opportunities of the city reflect the diversity
of its citizens. The University of Hartford prides itself on being a
private university with a public purpose. Faculty, students, and
staff are actively engaged in the Hartford community.

The campus features a modern sports and recreation complex, a
performing arts center, an outpatient physical therapy clinic, and an
integrated science and technology complex (construction nearing
completion) for the health sciences, engineering, and the physical
sciences. Potential candidates are invited to visit the University
Web site (www.hartford.edu) to learn more about the university and
the surrounding community.

Interested candidates should send letter of application with a brief
statement addressing the qualifications, a curriculum vitae and a
listing of three professional references to Dr. Mary Gannotti, Chair,
Search Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, 200 Bloomfield Ave,
Dana 410F, West Hartford, CT 06117; (phone: 860-768-5373; e-mail:
gannotti@hartford.edu). EEO/AA/M/F/D/V. Members of under-represented
groups are encouraged to apply.


Kevin A. Ball PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Hartford
Department of Physical Therapy
200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117
Rm: ISET/Dana 410B
Phone: 860-768-5806
FAX: 860-768-4558
email: keball@hartford.edu alumnus: kevin.ball@utoronto.ca