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dking13
02-19-1999, 02:24 AM
Montana State University-Bozeman
Graduate Assistantships in Biomechanics

Description:
Two Graduate Assistantships at Montana State University in the area of
Biomechanics are available for the Academic Year of 1999-2000. Course work
and related experiences lead to a Master of Science in Health and Human
Development with a major concentration in Biomechanics.

Responsibilities:
One teaching assistantship is available for which the appointee will be
assigned to assist in teaching undergraduate biomechanics laboratories and
assist in research projects in the Biomechanics Laboratory. One research
assistantship is available for which the appointee will assist in research
projects in the Biomechanics Laboratory. Both assistantships involve a
commitment of 15 - 20 hours per week.

Qualifications:
Candidates must have received a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited
institution, with a major related to biomechanics (physics, engineering,
exercise science, biology, math, computer science); earned an acceptable
grade point average and GRE
scores for admission to the Graduate School at MSU; and possess personal
qualities necessary to be a successful student in the graduate program.
Depending on previous undergraduate course work, the candidate may be
required to take pre-requisites in biology, chemistry, math, physics,
anatomy, and/or physiology, during the first year to achieve full graduate
standing at MSU.

Deadline:
Application materials should be submitted by April 1, 1999.

Contact:
Information on biomechanics program and assistantships:
Dr. Deborah King, Assistant Professor of Biomechanics
Department of Health and Human Development,
Montana State University - Bozeman
Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-4001, dking@montana.edu

Information concerning the graduate program in general and application
procedures:
Dr. Craig Stewart, Graduate Program Director
Department of Health and Human Development
Montana State University - Bozeman
Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-4001, craigs@montana.edu




Deborah King
Assistant Professor, Biomechanics
Department of Health and Human Development
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-7154 (phone)
406-994-6314 (fax)

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