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Walsh University
Department Of Physical Therapy
Orthopedics/Biomechanics Tenure Track Faculty Position

Walsh University invites applicants for a tenure track faculty
position to its charming rural setting and its welcoming faculty,
staff, and student body. Walsh is affiliated with a nearby medical
school, a number of large teaching hospitals, and is 15 miles from two
large universities. The professional community in a broadly
surrounding area is proud and very supportive of this new Department
of Physical Therapy.
Our dynamic faculty are Ph.D. prepared, devoted clinicians,
student-centered professors, and tenacious researchers. We have
developed a highly integrated, entry level masters curriculum
emphasizing the correlation between science and clinical practice; an
investigational, problem-solving approach to clinical practice; and
research skills. Our faculty is involved in funded research in
several areas including basic physiology, clinical practice, stroke
motor learning, cognitive processes and older adult learning.
Walsh University is situated in a small, and dynamic city with all
the values and advantages of a neighborly community which cares about
the life of its citizens. Walsh is located in Northeast Ohio where
1/4 of the state population resides; we are just 20 to 60 minutes
drive from big city advantages. The Cleveland metropolitan area
boasts of cultural amenities including a world-renowned orchestra,
two ballet troupes, several professional theaters, jazz ensembles,
modern dance troupes, art film theaters, sailing clubs, wind-surfing
and sandy beaches, and over 14 other colleges and universities.
Support for health-care provision, research, and education is provided
by several research institutions including a world renowned
health-care center, university, and many diverse clinical facilities.
The faculty position will be open February 1, 1998; we will begin
reviewing applications immediately. Salary is highly competitive with
national standards. The general faculty position carries
responsibilities in the areas of teaching, research, student
advising. Possible teaching areas include biomechanics; kinesiology;
musculoskeletal pathology and medical management; evaluation and
physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction; and
research methods. A motor function laboratory is currently under
development.. Prior teaching experience, an earned doctorate, and
research interest and experience in biomechanics/ and orthopedics are
preferred..
If you are interested in this position, please send your curriculum
vitae and the name, address, and phone number of three references to:
Janis J. Daly, Ph.D., P.T., Chairman, Department of Physical Therapy;
Walsh University; 2020 Easton, N.W.; N. Canton, Ohio 44720. Dr. Daly
will be present at the Combined Sections Meeting February, 1997.


An AA/ EEOE. Walsh University
Department Of Physical Therapy
Orthopedics/Biomechanics Tenure Track Faculty Position

Walsh University invites applicants for a tenure track faculty
position to its charming rural setting and its welcoming faculty,
staff, and student body. Walsh is affiliated with a nearby medical
school, a number of large teaching hospitals, and is 15 miles from two
large universities. The professional community in a broadly
surrounding area is proud and very supportive of this new Department
of Physical Therapy.
Our dynamic faculty are Ph.D. prepared, devoted clinicians,
student-centered professors, and tenacious researchers. We have
developed a highly integrated, entry level masters curriculum
emphasizing the correlation between science and clinical practice; an
investigational, problem-solving approach to clinical practice; and
research skills. Our faculty is involved in funded research in
several areas including basic physiology, clinical practice, stroke
motor learning, cognitive processes and older adult learning.
Walsh University is situated in a small, and dynamic city with all
the values and advantages of a neighborly community which cares about
the life of its citizens. Walsh is located in Northeast Ohio where
1/4 of the state population resides; we are just 20 to 60 minutes
drive from big city advantages. The Cleveland metropolitan area
boasts of cultural amenities including a world-renowned orchestra,
two ballet troupes, several professional theaters, jazz ensembles,
modern dance troupes, art film theaters, sailing clubs, wind-surfing
and sandy beaches, and over 14 other colleges and universities.
Support for health-care provision, research, and education is provided
by several research institutions including a world renowned
health-care center, university, and many diverse clinical facilities.
The faculty position will be open February 1, 1998; we will begin
reviewing applications immediately. Salary is highly competitive with
national standards. The general faculty position carries
responsibilities in the areas of teaching, research, student
advising. Possible teaching areas include biomechanics; kinesiology;
musculoskeletal pathology and medical management; evaluation and
physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction; and
research methods. A motor function laboratory is currently under
development.. Required: clinical experience in orthopedic
rehabilitation; demonstrated potential for effective teaching and
scholarly and creative activity; research interest in biomechanics and
orthopedics.
If you are interested in this position, please send your curriculum
vitae and the name, address, and phone number of three references to:
Janis J. Daly, Ph.D., P.T., Chairman, Department of Physical Therapy;
Walsh University; 2020 Easton, N.W.; N. Canton, Ohio 44720. Dr. Daly
will be present at the Combined Sections Meeting February, 1997.