View Full Version : Tenured or tenure-track position-University of Illinois at Chicago

09-16-1997, 10:52 PM
Dear Colleagues:

The following advert appeared in Science on July 11th. Please contact
Warren Palmer (kinase@uic.edu) or myself (dcorcos@uic.edu) if you would
like further information about this faculty position. The job description
is intentionally broad and we would encourage anyone with an interest in
movement and exercise to apply.

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The School of Kinesiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago is
seeking a tenured or tenure track faculty member who can add to the
scholarly mission of the unit in the area of nerve/muscle biology.
Successful applicants will be those who have demonstrated an ability to
carry out independent research and work in a team environment. The
scholarly mission of the unit is to contribute to knowledge related to
movement in areas such as physical activity, health, and exercise over the
lifespan. Appointments will be considered at all academic levels.
Applicant materials should include a curriculum vitae, a brief statement of
research interests, selected reprints, and names of three references.
Inquiries should be directed to Professor Warren Palmer, Search Committee
Chair, School of Kinesiology (M/C 194), The University of Illinois at
Chicago, 901 West Roosevelt Road, Chicago, Illinois 60608. E-mail
inquiries may be directed to kinase@uic.edu. Full consideration will be
given to those applications received as of December 15, 1997 and the search
will remain open until the position is filled. The University of Illinois
at Chicago is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
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Daniel Corcos

+ Daniel M. Corcos, Ph.D.
- School of Kinesiology (M/C 194)
+ University of Illinois at Chicago
- 901, West Roosevelt Road
+ Chicago, Illinois 60608
- Tel: (312) 942-6411
+ "but he must have reached the correct answer only by a happy
- cancellation of errors." Marsden, Meadows, and Merton, 1983