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Bob Chen
10-20-1997, 11:36 AM
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

New York University
School of Education
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
Full-time Faculty Position
Tenure Track

The Department of Physical Therapy is seeking an assistant or associate
professor. This is a tenure track or tenure-eligible position beginning
September 1, 1998. It is a nine month appointment with opportunities to do
summer teaching. The Department will be implementing professional education
at the doctoral level in 1998. Two post-professional masters degree
programs and a post-professional PhD program are also part of the
Department's offering's.

New York University is the largest private university in the country. It is
located in a culturally diverse and exciting urban environment. New York
University was the first to offer a baccalaureate and PhD program in
physical therapy. Both programs are internationally recognized.

QUALIFICATIONS: Physical therapist with an earned doctorate at the time of
appointment; experience in teaching, research, and clinical practice;
eligible for physical therapy licensure; areas of expertise include anatomy,
physiology, neuroscience and adult neurological rehabilitation; other
content areas will be considered.

APPLICATION: Review of applications will begin in December 1997 and
continue until the position has been filled. Interested persons should send
a letter of application stating the appropriateness of their qualifications
for the responsibilities noted above. Nomination of candidates for the
position may also be submitted. Send this letter, a curriculum vite and the
names and telephone numbers of three references to: Andrew McDonough,
Chair, Search Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, New York
University, 345 East 24th Street, Weissman Building, Room 229, New York, NY
10010.

For more information concerning the Department, consult our Website at:
http://www.nyu.edu/education/pt

New York University encourages applications from women and members of
minority groups.



Dr. Andrew McDonough's email address is: mcdonogh@is2.nyu.edu