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Scott Mclean
12-04-1995, 04:51 AM
Attached is an announcement of vacancy for a faculty position (in
biomechanics) at Iowa State University.

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Scott Mclean
smclean@iastate.edu

NOTICE OF VACANCY

POSITION: Associate/Assistant Professor (Biomechanics)

EMPLOYMENT DATE: August 16, 1996

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary instructional responsibilities involve teaching undergraduate
and graduate courses in biomechanics. Individuals qualified to teach
an additional specialization area such as motor learning, athletic
training, adapted physical education or research design/applied
statistics will be given preference. Other responsiblities include
conducting a focused research program, advising graduate students,
pursuing grant/external funding opportunities, and participating in
university/professional service activities.

QUALIFICATIONS:
REQUIRED: Earned doctorate with a specialization in biomechanics
College/university teaching experience
Publication record commensurate with senior rank
Familiarity with a force plate, EMG and video analysis
systems

PREFERRED: Expertise in one additional specialization area
Record of extramural support

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Send letter of application, resume, transcripts, and three letters of
reference to:
Dean F. Anderson, Chair
235 Physical Education Building
Department of Health and Human Performance
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review will begin on February 1, 1996 and continue
until the position is filled.

Iowa State University, with a student body of 24,431, 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 research. The 1995 fall semester student
enrollment in the department numbered 600, including 75 graduate students.
The department faculty includes 30 F.T.E.

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