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Jim Sawhill
03-08-1996, 06:56 AM
Position Announcement:
Full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor
Allied Health Sciences and Physical Education
Lyndon State College
Lyndonville, Vermont
home page - http://www.lsc.vsc.edu

Teach undergraduate courses in candidate's area of specialty
within the Sports Medicine major, which may include physiology, kinesiology,
motor learning, or courses in the athletic training concentration. Faculty
teaching load is 12 credits per semester, which could include supervising
practica and internships. Further responsibilities include advising
students, maintaining and expanding on the current curriculum, and
involvement in departmental and college committee work.

Required for tenure: Doctorate in biomechanics or exercise physiology (may
appoint A.B.D. with active pursuit of doctorate), or Terminal Degree in
athletic training (Master's degree in athletic training or related field
combined with NATA certification and at least three years of significant
experience in the field prior to appointment to the Vermont State Colleges).
Must have demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching and evidence of
scholarly and professional activities. Computer programming, research
experience and intention, curriculum interests, A.C.S.M. and/or A.T.C. will
be assets for the position. Successful candidates will also demonstrate
ability to work harmoniously with colleagues.

Based on qualifications and experience as defined by VSC-VSCFF
Agreement. Generous benefits package.

Starting Date:
August 26, 1996

Send letter of application and vita (listing names and phone numbers of at
least three references) to Chair, Allied Health Sciences and Physical
Education Faculty Search Committee, c/o Dr. Bruce Berryman, Dean of
Academic Affairs, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT 05851.

Lyndon State College is a comprehensive institution with degrees through the
master's level. Nestled in the mountains of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom,
LSC enrolls 1,100 undergraduates and 200 graduate and non-degree students
and employs 60 full-time faculty and 50 adjunct faculty.
Lyndon's faculty are especially attentive to an academically diverse student
body, including a growing number of non-traditional students. The College's
mission emphasizes personal attention to individuals, and effective teaching
is an important measure for continued employment. Faculty are active in campus
governance and community service.

Lyndon State College complies with state and federal laws related to equal
opportunity and nondiscrimination.