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  • Re. Graduate Assistantship

    Dear Colleagues,
    I would like to recruit an additional graduate student for Fall of
    2001. The student would enter our MS or Ph.D. program in Kinesiology
    (http://www.psu.edu/dept/kinesiology/graduates.htm), their specialist area
    of study would be human biomechanics.

    Letters of interest should be received as soon as possible, we will
    continue our search until a suitable candidate is found. For admission of
    a student into the Biomechanics Program, the main considerations are: (a)
    the course background of the student (science courses, including physics,
    mechanics, mathematics, computer science, anatomy, physiology, etc.); and
    (b) the student's mathematics ("quantitative") GRE score, which should be
    at least in the high 600's, and preferably in the 700's. Outstanding
    students from the biological and engineering sciences are encouraged to apply.

    For more information please contact:
    John H. Challis, Ph.D.
    Biomechanics Laboratory,
    39 Recreation Hall,
    Penn. State University
    University Park, PA

    E-mail: jhc10@psu.edu

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