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11-18-1997, 04:16 AM
Dear Biomch-l subscribers:

Arizona State University is actively seeking a new faculty member in the
area of Motor Behavior. I have attached the position announcement below.
Please pass this along to any of your colleagues that might be interested.
Although I am a member of the search committee, the contact person and
chair of the committee is Chuck Corbin (see below). Chuck's email address
is Chuck.Corbin@asu.edu.


Motor Behavior (Development, Control, & Learning): Assistant Professor
(tenure track), Arizona State University beginning August 19, 1998.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate (i.e., EPE 345 Motor Development and
Learning) and graduate courses in lifespan motor behavior. Advise students
in research. Conduct research and scholarly writing in lifespan motor
behavior. Pursue external funding, serve on committees. Qualifications: 1)
earned doctorate, 2) specialization in lifespan motor behavior, 3)
demonstrated ability to conduct research in lifespan motor behavior and
evidence of developing scholarship record (e.g., research publications,
presentations). Desirable Qualifications: 1) college teaching experience,
2) record of extramural funding, 3) interest in cross and interdisciplinary
research especially relative to biomechanic, 4) Candidates should show
expertise with children's development or aging and experience with various
levels of analysis needed (e.g., kinematics, EMG). Date of employment is
August 1998. Send letter of application indicating how you meet the
position qualifications, curriculum vita, a statement of teaching
philosophy, copies of published research articles, and three letters of
reference to: Charles B. Corbin, Search Committee Chair, Department of
Exercise Science and Physical Education, Arizona State University, Tempe,
AZ 85287-0701. Arizona State University is a committed equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer. Application Deadline: January 15,
1998 or until filled.


We are looking forward to hearing from you!



Richard N. Hinrichs, Ph.D.
Dept. of Exercise Science
Arizona State University
Box 870404
Tempe, AZ 85287-0404 USA
(1) 602-965-1624 (phone)
(1) 602-965-8108 (fax)
Hinrichs@asu.edu (email)
www.asu.edu/clas/espe/ (web page)

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