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01-13-2010, 01:35 AM
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
School of Health and Human Performance
Department of Kinesiology
Assistant/Associate Professor in Sports Medicine / Applied Neuromechanics
Description: We are seeking a highly motivated and collaborative
individual with research interests that complements the existing strengths
of faculty in the Sports Medicine and Applied Neuromechanics
Concentrations. The successful candidate will: 1) develop and maintain a
high quality, externally fundable, independent research program, 2) teach
undergraduate and graduate courses in appropriate content areas, 3) advise
and mentor masters and doctoral students in thesis and dissertation work,
4) engage in university and department service typically expected of
tenure-track university faculty.
Qualifications: Earned doctorate in a field related to Sports Medicine or
Applied Neuromechanics. A record of research publications in high quality
refereed scientific journals and record of or potential to secure
extramural funding. Evidence of quality teaching and the ability to
effectively mentor students at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Clinical credentials (e.g. ATC, PT) desirable.
Department Information: The Department houses 21 full-time faculty and
nearly 700 undergraduate and 150 graduate students, and offers B.S., M.S.,
M.Ed., Ph.D. and Ed.D. degrees (see http://www.uncg.edu/kin for more
information). The Department is located in a modern facility with
classroom, laboratory and gymnasia space. The Applied Neuromechanics
Research Laboratory is an 1800 square-foot facility with state of the art
instrumentation for assessment of human neuromechanical function (see
http://www.uncg.edu/ess/anrl/index.html). The Applied Neuromechanics
Research Laboratory serves as the primary research laboratory for faculty
and graduate students in the MS and PhD degree programs in Athletic
Training, Sports Medicine, Applied Neuromechanics and Motor Control.
Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Procedure: Review of applications will begin February 15th
and continue until the position is filled. Applications should include a
letter of interest, current vitae and the names, addresses, e-mail
addresses and telephone numbers of five references. Candidates will be
notified before references are contacted. All applications should be
submitted electronically to: Dr. Sandra Shultz, Search Committee Chair,
Dept of Kinesiology, sjshultz@uncg.edu. UNCG is an EEO/AA employer.
General Information: UNCG, one of 16 campuses in the University of North
Carolina system, is a Research University-High Research Activity with over
16,000 students, including 3,000 graduate students. Among UNC Research
Universities, UNCG ranks 4th in average SAT scores. The diversity of the
faculty and students of HHP is 20% and 30%, respectively, from non-white
ethnic groups, well above the national average in both categories. The
department has a strong commitment to curriculum and faculty diversity.
There is a particular interest in identifying members of underrepresented
minorities to join the UNCG faculty. For details and current information,
please check the UNCG job postings at:
http://provost.uncg.edu/epa/JobLists/index.asp. Please address questions
to Dr. Sandra Shultz via e-mail: sjshultz@uncg.edu.


Sandra J Shultz PhD, ATC, CSCS
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Department of Kinesiology
252 HHP Building
1408 Walker Ave
Greensboro, NC 27412
336-334-3027 (PH)
336-334-3070 (FX)
sjshultz@uncg.edu