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Cindy Tant
12-03-1993, 03:25 AM
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AMES, IA

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE
NOTICE OF VACANCY

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
BIOMECHANICS

EMPLOYMENT DATE: August 21, 1994

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Teach undergraduate and graduate level
biomechanics courses.
2. Teach in one additional area of
specialization (motor learning, research
design/statistics)
3. Advise graduate students (MS)
4. Conduct research and scholarly writing
5. Pursue grant and external funding
opportunities
6. Participate on departmental, college,
and university committees
QUALIFICATIONS
REQUIRED: Earned doctorate with a specialization in biomechanics
Publication record/evidence of scholarly achievement
in a biomechanics line of research
Familiarity with a forceplate, motion analysis system,
and EMG
College/University teaching experience
PREFERRED: Experience with the use of a human cadaver as a
teaching tool
Expertise in an additional area of specialization
A record of extramural support

SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience. Position is
for 9 months tenure track.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review will begin on February 15, 1994 and
continue until the position is filled

SEND: Letter of application, including a concise statement of
professional goals, resume, and names and addresses of five
references to:

Dr. Shirley Wood, Chair
Iowa State University
Department of Health and Human Performance
237 Physical Education Building
Ames, IA 50011

Iowa State University, with a student body of over 25,000, is a
broad-based university of international stature. As a land grant
institution, it is committed to the concept of excellence in
teaching, research, and service. The university's motto, "Science
with Practice", suggests the importance placed on both the learning
of theory and the discovery of application. The Department of
Health and Human Performance provides outstanding facilities for
study and reseach, including well equipped exercise physiology
exercise biochemistry, and biomechanics laboratories. The 1993 fall
semester student enrollment in the department numbers 578, including
50 graduate students. The department faculty includes 32 F.T.E.

Iowa State University is an equal opportunity employer and
particulary encourages women and minority applicants.