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Darla Smith
11-30-1999, 07:13 AM

College of Health Sciences
El Paso, Texas 79902

Program: Kinesiology

Effective Date of Appointment: September 1, 2000

Rank/Position: Professor/Associate Professor: Tenure Track

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Kinesiology or related field.
Experience in administration required. Must have an appreciation of the
multidisciplinary nature of Kinesiology and the variety of employment taken
by graduates.

Responsibilities: Direct the Kinesiology Program, teach graduate and
undergraduate Kinesiology courses, supervise the activity program, provide
leadership for the health and growth of the program. Nine month tenure
track position with the possibility of summer appointment.

Application Deadline: Screening of applicants will begin January 10,
2000. Position will remain open until filled. To apply send a letter of
application, a vita, and list of three references.

Inquiries and applications should be addressed to:
Garland O'Quinn, Jr., Ph.D.
Search Committee Chair
Kinesiology Program
The University of Texas at El Paso
1101 N. Campbell St.
El Paso, TX 79902
(915) 747-7240
(915) 747-7207 fax
E-mail: goquinn@utep.edu

General Information: The University of Texas at El Paso, with an enrollment
of approximately 16,000 students, is one of nine campuses in the University
of Texas System. The city of El Paso, with a population of 600,000, is
positioned in the world's largest binational metropolitan area, adjacent to
the city of Juarez, Mexico. The University offers 60 bachelor's degrees, 53
master's degrees, and 6 doctoral degrees.

Kinesiology is a program in the school of Allied Health Sciences which is a
part of the College of Health Sciences. The Kinesiology Program offers B.S.
and M.S. degrees in Kinesiology. Within the program there are six full time
faculty positions and approximately 20 part time instructor positions to
conduct the service activity program. There are currently more than 250
undergraduates and approximately 25 graduate students pursuing Kinesiology
degrees. Of the undergraduates approximately 80 % go into teaching. The
Texas Legislature recently allocated money for a new Kinesiology/Athletics
Building, which will include state of the art exercise science laboratories
and athletic training facilities.

The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, or disability in employment
or the provision of services.

Darla R. Smith, Ph.D.
Kinesiology Graduate Advisor
University of Texas at El Paso
College of Health Sciences
1101 N. Campbell
El Paso, TX 79902-0581
Fax 915-747-7207

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