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04-04-1998, 06:48 AM

TITLE: Assistant Professor, Department of Exercise and Sport
Sciences, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY 14850

APPOINTMENT: August 15, 1998 to May 31, 1999.

DESCRIPTION: Teaching responsibilities include an undergraduate
biomechanics course and undergraduate non-cadaver anatomy lab
sections, with additional teaching responsibilities based on the
candidate's strengths and departmental needs. This is non-tenure-
eligible, one-year position only to fill a leave of absence vacancy.

QUALIFICATIONS: Earned doctorate (ABD considered) with an emphasis in
biomechanics or a related field is required. Evidence of effective teaching,
or potential to effectively teach, in biomechanics and anatomy required.
Evidence of scholarly accomplishment is desired. Potential to provide
service to department, school, college, community, and profession is desired.

SALARY/RANK: Competitive and commensurate with experience and
credentials. This is a non-tenure-eligible position.

ITHACA COLLEGE: Ithaca College is a private residential, comprehensive
institution of approximately 5,400 students. The college offers 93
undergraduate degree programs within five schools, as well as 17 master's
degrees across six fields.

EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCES: The Department of Exercise and Sport
Sciences consists of 20 full-time faculty and one full-time staff. The
department offers six baccalaureate degree programs, including athletic
training/ exercise science, fitness and cardiac rehabilitation/exercise
science, exercise science, sport management, sport studies, and sports
information and communication.

SCHOOL OF HSHP: The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
consists of seven departments. The School has 75 full-time faculty, 24 staff,
and approximately 1,240 undergraduate students. The school offers the
Bachelor of Science degree in 18 majors, and also grants the Master of
Science degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences; Teacher of Speech and
Hearing Handicapped; Speech-Language Pathology; Audiology; Physical
Therapy; and Occupational Therapy. The Gerontology Institute is also
housed within the school.

THE COMMUNITY: Situated in upstate New York, Ithaca is located in the
heart of the Finger Lakes region. Year-round recreational opportunities
abound. Cornell University is also located in Ithaca.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Screening of applicants will begin on April 1, 1998
and the search will remain open until the position is filled. Send cover letter,
vita, graduate transcripts, and at least three letters of reference to:

Jeff Ives, Ph.D.
Biomechanics Search Committee
Dept. of Exercise and Sport Sciences
Hill Center, Ithaca College
Ithaca, NY 14850-7193 USA

Phone: (607) 274-1751
FAX: (607) 274-1943
Email: jives@ithaca.edu

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: Ithaca College is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer.