Graduate assistantships are available in the Biomechanics lab of the School
of Kinesiology and Recreation at Illinois State University in Normal,
Illinois. Students will enroll in a Master of Science degree, which is a
33-hour program of study typically completed over 2 academic years.
Laboratory work will focus on the mechanics of energy absorption by the
lower extremity during drop landings, or muscle activity patterns during
strength training exercises. The assistantships, including a full tuition
waiver and a competitive stipend, are available to full-time students
during both years of study. Other forms of financial aid, including
Minority Tuition Waivers, Trustees' Tuition Waivers, and scholarships, are
available to qualified applicants. For more information on this position,
contact Dr. Steve McCaw by email (

Additional information on the KNR Graduate program, including application
materials, is available online at

Regards, Steve

Steven T. McCaw, Ph.D
Professor, Biomechanics
Graduate Program Coordinator
School of Kinesiology and Recreation
5120 Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61790-5120

Phone: 309-438-3804
Fax: 309-438-5559

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