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William M. Sloboda
06-10-1998, 04:10 AM
To all:

Georgia Southern University College of Health and Professional Studies
Department of Health and Kinesiology

The Department of Health and Kinesiology has openings available Fall
Semester (August, 1998) for Graduate Assistants (GA) to work in the
following areas:

Athletic strength and conditioning area and teach physical activity classes
- 2 positions
The GA's will work directly with the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Each will set up strength and conditioning programs for various sports, with
approval of the Head Strength Coach, and supervise those teams' workouts.
Work will be split between strength and conditioning duties and teaching.
The division would be worked out between the candidate, the Head Strength
Coach and the Director of the Physical Activity program.

Teach physical activity classes - 2 positions
The GA's will work directly with the Physical Activity Director and teach a
variety of physical activity classes.

Teach Anatomy and Physiology laboratory classes - 5 positions
The GA's will work directly with the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
Director and setup and supervise the A & P laboratories.

Each GA is required to work a total of 15 hours per week and take 6 - 9
graduate credits per semester. The appointment is for one academic year (2
semesters) renewable for one additional year. Degree programs available are
the Master of Education with a Major in Health and Physical Education and
the Master of Science with a Major in Kinesiology with emphasis areas in
Exercise Science, Sport Psychology, Sports Medicine and Coaching.

Qualify for regular admission to Georgia Southern University Graduate
1- Completed Bachelor's degree from an appropriately accredited college or
2- A 2.75 (4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average or higher on all
undergraduate work
3- GRE: 450 Verbal and 3 score total of 1450 OR
4- GRE: 400-449 Verbal and 3 score total of 1500
5- An updated Vita including career goals and 3 references

Experience and a strong background in area of choice is required with
appropriate certification (e.g. NSCA, CSCS, ACSM, etc.) preferred.

DEADLINE: July 1, 1998

Please contact:
Jim McMillan, Ed.D., CSCS
Graduate Program Director
Department of Health and Kinesiology
Georgia Southern University
P.O. Box 8076 Statesboro, GA 30460-8076
Phone: 912-681-0495 Fax: 912-681-0381
email: mcmillan@gsvms2.cc.gasou.edu

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