EFFECTIVE DATE: August, 2001

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: An earned doctorate degree (ABD considered) in

exercise physiology or a related field. Ability to teach lecture and
lab courses in exercise physiology at the undergraduate and graduate
level. Interest in and ability to teach in a culturally diverse student

population. Strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. Potential for

effective teaching and scholarly activity

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Doctoral degree completed. An undergraduate
degree in physical education or exercise physiology. Teaching
experience in exercise physiology at the college level. Exercise
physiology laboratory teaching experience. Exercise physiology
laboratory research experience. Clinical exercise testing experience.
Ability to teach undergraduate cardiac rehabilitation. A record of
scholarly activity in exercise physiology, including published
journals. Evidence of ability to attract external grants. Proficiency
in an advanced performance skill or activity. Ability to utilize
technology in instructional delivery.

RESPONSIBILITIES: This position involves teaching, research, and
The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) teach lecture and
laboratory courses in exercise physiology and lab techniques in exercise

physiology, and/or related areas of expertise; (2) help to develop and
maintain the exercise physiology laboratory and/or coordinate the
exercise physiology concentration and internship program; (3) pursue a
research program leading to publication in appropriate journals; (4)
pursue internal and external funding to support and enhance teaching and

research activities; (5) supervise and guide research projects and
Master's theses; (6) advise undergraduate and graduate students; (6)
serve on Department and College committees.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Application review begins December 15, 2000.
Search will remain open until position is filled.

Submit curriculum vita, a letter of application discussing
qualifications, teaching philosophy and statement of research plans,
transcript of highest degree earned (original required upon employment),

evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names, addresses, telephone
numbers, and e-mail of three references by the review date to the
address below:

Mr. Richard Meade
Faculty/Staff Recruitment Office
SUNY College at Brockport
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY 14420-2929

SUNY College at Brockport is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


SUNY, College at Brockport is located in the village of Brockport in the
western part of New York State. Brockport is about 15 miles west of
Rochester and 60 miles east of Buffalo. The village is home to
approximately 9,800 residents and sits on the banks of the historic Erie
Canal. The College is adjacent to the village and campus is within easy
walking distance of the shops, churches, restaurants, and cinemas that
line Main Street.

The College at Brockport is a comprehensive college that has “student
success” as the cornerstone of its mission. Over 6,500 FTE
undergraduate students and approximately 1,800 FTE graduate students are
enrolled at Brockport. The College offers undergraduate majors in 38
different disciplines and Master’s programs in 16 academic areas
(including a large Master of Science in Education program).

The Department of Physical Education and Sport is the largest department
on campus. Approximately 700 undergraduate students major in physical
education and over 100 graduate students (mostly part-timers) are
pursuing graduate degrees. Twenty-nine full-time faculty and
professional staff teach classes in the department. Eleven of those
individuals have joint responsibilities with either athletics or campus
recreation. Currently, 15 of the 18 tenure-track faculty assigned
strictly to physical education hold doctoral degrees (and the other
three are ABD).

The aim of the undergraduate academic major is to produce graduates who
are “physically educated.” As such, the core of the major is focused on
the study of motor skill and physical fitness. Students learn the
principles for acquiring skill and fitness, seek to improve their own
levels of skill and fitness, and learn to appreciate the contributions
of skill and fitness to human development. In addition to the major,
most students also pursue one or more professional concentrations.
Professional concentrations include teacher education (with an option in
adapted physical education), exercise physiology, athletic training, and
sport management. At the graduate level, curricular options include
pedagogy, adapted physical education, and athletic administration.

Chris Williams, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Biomechanics
Department of Physical Education and Sport
State University of New York, College at Brockport
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY 14420-2989

Tel: (716)-395-5252
Fax: (716)-395-2771

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