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  • Graduate Study in Biomechanics at The University of Wyoming

    Funding is available for a graduate student starting in the fall of 2004 at
    the
    University of Wyoming.

    Degree Offered:
    MS in Kinesiology and Health, the specialist area of study would be human
    biomechanics

    Responsibilities:
    Graduate assistants are expected to contribute 20 hour per week towards
    assisting with undergraduate teaching and laboratory research.

    Current Research:
    Computer simulation of athletic movements
    Improving activities of daily living in the elderly

    Stipend:
    Stipend is $10,052.00 for nine months. Out of state tuition waivers are
    available.

    Qualifications:
    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. Outstanding students from
    the biological and engineering sciences are encouraged to apply.

    Applications:
    Please send a letter of interest, transcript (unofficial copies are fine),
    cv/resume, and the names and contact information of three references.
    Review of applications will begin Feb 1 and will continue until a suitable
    candidate is found.

    Please send materials to:
    Zachary Domire
    110 Corbett Building
    Laramie WY 82071

    For additional information please email me at zdomire@uwyo.edu or visit the
    following websites.
    http://uwacadweb.uwyo.edu/kandh/default.htm

    http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/UWGrad/



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