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Nicholas Stergiou, X-2670
12-04-1996, 03:55 AM
Position: Exercise Science/Athletic Training, Assistant
Professor (Tenure track)

Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Physical Education/Exercise
Science preferred, ABD considered. Experience
teaching sports medicine, exercise leadership,
physiology and anatomy, and athletic training
courses and experience supervising exercise
science practica and internship placement and
supervision at the university level.
Established record of scholarly activity is
desirable with a strong commitment to research
necessary. Current NATABOC certification
preferred. K-12 teaching experience
desirable.

Duties: Teach sports medicine, exercise leadership,
physiology and anatomy, and athletic training;
supervise exercise science practica and
internship placement; conduct research and
participate in scholarly activity; advise
students; provide departmental, college,
university, and professional service. It is
expected that all newly hired faculty possess
microcomputer literacy and research knowledge
that would allow them to teach in these areas
as well.

Salary: Salary is competitive and commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

Starting Date: August 18, 1997

Program: The Physical Education Program is within the
School of Health, Physical Education, and
Recreation in the College of Education. The
program offers bachelor's and master's degrees
with specializations in pedagogy, exercise
science, coaching, and athletic training. The
School of HPER is located in a modern facility
containing well equipped laboratories and
activity spaces. Each faculty member has a
personal computer and direct access to the
College of Education and University networks.


Application Send letter of application, vita, transcripts,
Procedure: and names, addresses, andtelephone numbers of
three references to:

Director
School of Health, Physical Education and
Recreation
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Omaha, NE 68182-0216
December 4, 1996

Review will begin February 15, 1997 and will
continue until the position is filled.