Graduate Study in Movement Science at UT Austin:

The graduate program in Movement Science (formerly Motor Behavior) in the
Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas at Austin is actively
seeking highly motivated M.S. and Ph.D. graduate students to join our
program. Students can pursue either Master's or Doctoral degrees in
biomechanics, motor control, or developmental science.

Funding is available for qualified individuals. Applications for Fall 2004
admissions and financial aid are now being accepted. Applications should
be received no later than January 15, 2004 for students to receive full
consideration for ALL financial aid options. Students should keep in mind,
however, that this is not a "hard" deadline. If you are seriously
interested in applying, please contact us as soon as possible so we can at
least start the application process by January 15.

The Movement Science Program in the Department of Kinesiology at The
University of Texas offers comprehensive advanced training in the
biomechanics of human motion leading to Ph.D, M.A., or M.Ed.
degrees. Students can take introductory and advanced level courses in such
areas as Research Methodologies, Biomechanics in Clinical Settings,
Biomechanics of Sport, Neuromuscular Bases of Motor Control, Principles of
Neuroscience, Children's Exercise and Activity, Motor Development -
Assessment, Advanced Exercise Physiology, Physical Dimensions of Aging, and
more. In addition to the courses offered by the Department of Kinesiology,
students take classes in other areas, such as Biomedical Engineering,
Neuroscience, or Psychology. Additional advanced courses, including
research seminars, are also offered.

Students are encouraged to contact individual faculty members to find out
more about their research interests and programs:

Dr. Lawrence Abraham, Professor, Motor Coordination Lab
Dr. Jonathan Dingwell, Assistant Professor, Nonlinear Biodynamics Lab
Dr. Lisa Griffin, Assistant Professor, Neuromuscular Physiology Lab
Dr. Jody Jensen, Associate Professor, Developmental Motor Control Lab
Dr. Waneen Spirduso, Professor, Aging Motor Behavior Lab

Applications for admission and financial aid should be received by the
Graduate School Admissions Office no later than January 15, 2004 if
students wish receive full consideration for all financial aid
options. However, applications received up until August 1, 2004 may still
be considered for admission (only). For admission of a student into the
Movement Science Graduate Program, the main considerations are: (a) the
course background of the student (science courses, including Anatomy,
Physiology, Biomechanics, Motor Control and Learning, etc.); (b) the
student's GRE scores (Verbal scores should preferably be 500 or above,
Quantitative and Analytical scores should preferably be in the 600's or
above); and (c) the student's record of interest and academic performance
in an area of study related to Movement Science. Outstanding students from
the clinical sciences (e.g. PT, OT, etc.), as well as the biological and
engineering sciences, are encouraged to apply.

For more information about the graduate program, please visit our
departmental homepage at

For more information about applying to UT grad school, contact the Graduate
and International Admission Center (GIAC):

For more information about departmental application requirements, please
Jan Buchanan
Graduate Coordinator, Kinesiology
Phone: 512-471-1273
Fax: 512-232-5334

Candidates are also strongly encouraged to contact any member of the
Movement Science faculty if you would like to discuss their research
interests with them prior to applying.

UT Kinesiology Department:
University of Texas Graduate School:
The University of Texas:

Jonathan Dingwell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
Universtiy of Texas at Austin
Campus Mail Code: D3700
Belmont Hall 222
Austin, Texas 78712

Phone: 512-471-4405
Fax: 512-471-8914

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