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Susan Hall
03-21-2000, 06:41 AM
Sport Science Laboratory
Department of Health and Exercise Science
University of Delaware

The Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Delaware
is seeking highly motivated students interested in obtaining a master's
degree with a concentration in biomechanics. Students should possess good
communication skills, effective work habits, a willingness to work in teams,
and strong sense of commitment.

The graduate program is fully described in the department's web site at
http://www.udel.edu/HESC/graduate/index.html. Facilities include 1
six-camera Motion Analysis HiRes 240Hz system with Falcon cameras, and 1
Motion Analysis six-camera 240Hz RealTime system, along with 10 channel
telemetered EMG, dual AMTI forceplates, and a variety of hardware and
software support systems.

Graduate assistantships are currently available for qualified students on a
competitive basis. Assistantships provide a stipend of approximately
$10,500 over nine months in conjunction with a tuition waiver. The deadline
for application is April 15, 2000.

The University of Delaware is one of the oldest institutions of higher
education in the country combining tradition and innovation and offering
students a rich heritage combined with the latest in instructional and
research technology. The educational programs of seven colleges supported
21,206 students in 1999, including 16,162 undergraduate students, 3,108
graduate students, and 1,936 continuing education students. Entering 1999
freshmen typically ranked in the top quarter of their high-school graduating
classes with SAT (Verbal and Mathematics) scores well above the national
average for college-bound students. The Department of Health and Exercise
Sciences represents the largest and fastest growing academic unit in the
College of Health and Nursing Sciences, possessing over 600 student majors
participating in four undergraduate degree programs that include Health and
Physical Education, Recreation and Park Administration, Athletic Training,
and Exercise & Sport Science. Graduate programs of study supporting over 60
students provide advanced research-oriented programs of study in
Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, and Health Promotion. The department is
involved in offering the BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees supported by
approximately 44 faculty/professionals who possess strong interdisciplinary

The University of Delaware is an affirmative action/equal opportunity

Susan J. Hall, Ph.D.
Department of Health and Exercise Sciences
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
FAX (302) 831-4261
OFFICE (302) 831-2265
EMAIL sjhall@udel.edu

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