Position Title: Assistant/Associate Professor in Exercise Science; School
of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies; Kinesiology Division

Primary Function: Complete teaching, research, and service in exercise
science with a focus on exercise physiology

Primary Responsibilities:
* Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology
(e.g., clinical exercise physiology, exercise testing and prescription,
sport conditioning, designing and directing exercise programs) or closely
related exercise science (e.g., introduction to Kinesiology, functional
anatomy, laboratory techniques, research methods);
* Conduct a focused line of research in exercise physiology or related
area and publish in scholarly-refereed journals;
* Seek external funding;
* Supervise students enrolled in exercise specialist and human movement
science field experience courses;
* Advise undergraduate and graduate students in exercise specialist,
human movement science, and developmental kinesiology majors;
* Participate in activities of the exercise science laboratories and
related research.
* Participate in service activities through committee work and other

Professional Qualifications:
1. Doctorate in exercise physiology or closely related discipline
preferred; ABD considered
2. Commitment to quality instruction with evidence of effective
teaching at the university level preferred
3. Evidence of research productivity and/or potential
4. Experience in grant writing desirable
5. ACSM or NSCA certifications desirable

Rank and Salary:
Assistant/Associate professor; salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience; full benefits

Effective Date of Employment: August 2006

Review of Applications Begins: January 16, 2006 and will continue until
the position is filled

Letter of Application/Nomination and Credentials:
Send applications with supporting credentials (letter of application,
official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, curriculum vitae, three
current letters of recommendation, and a maximum of three samples of
published articles or other scholarly works) to:
Search Coordinator, School of Human
Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies, Bowling Green State University,
Bowling Green, OH 43403-0248
Phone: 419/372-7234; Fax: 419-372-2877
E-mail correspondence can be addressed to
School of HMSLS

Electronic and faxed applications will be considered for application and
review purposes
Bowling Green State University is an affirmative action and equal
opportunity and educational institution

Brian M. Campbell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Biomechanics
Kinesiology Division
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
Phone: (419) 372-7228
Fax: (419) 372-2153