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11-02-1998, 07:45 AM

New York University
School of Education

Full-time Faculty Position
Tenure Track

The Department of Physical Therapy is seeking an Assistant or Associate
Professor to teach in the department's new professional education program
at the doctoral level. The position is a tenure track nine-month
appointment beginning September 1, 1999 with opportunities to do summer

New York University, a pioneer in physical therapist education, is one of
the four programs in the country to offer physical therapist professional
education at the doctoral level. Internationally recognized,
post-professional masters degree programs and a post-professional PhD
program, are also part of the Department's offerings. New York University,
the largest private university in the country, is located in a culturally
diverse and exciting urban environment.

QUALIFICATIONS: Physical therapist with an earned doctorate at the time of
appointment; experience in teaching, research, and clinical practice;
eligible for physical therapy licensure. Preferred areas of expertise
include: musculoskeletal or cardiovascular and respiratory physical therapy.

APPLICATION: The application should include: a letter indicating the
appropriateness of the candidate's qualifications for the responsibilities
of the position; a curriculum vitae; and the names and telephone numbers of
four references. Review of applications will begin in November 1998 and
continue until the position has been filled. The completed application
should be sent to:

Professor Tsega A. Mehreteab
Chair, Search Committee
Department of Physical Therapy
New York University
380 Second Avenue, 4th Fl.
New York, NY 10010-5615

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

New York University encourages applications from women and minority groups.

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Bob Chen, PhD, PT
Department of Physical Therapy Phone: 212-998-9405
New York University Lab: 212-982-9267
380 2nd Av., 4th floor FAX: 212-995-4190
New York, NY 10010 email: Bob.Chen@NYU.Edu

Visit our Department's Homepage: www.nyu.edu/education/pt
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