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  • Graduate Assistantship Positions: University of Delaware

    The University of Delaware is seeking self-motivated students interested in
    pursuing graduate Sports Medicine education through interdisciplinary MS or
    PhD degree programs.

    Several Graduate Assistantship positions are available through UD
    Intercollegiate Athletics, the Department of Health, Nutrition & Exercise
    Sciences, and clinical outreach athletic training contracts. Stipends are
    at least $14,000 (9 months) with a full tuition waiver and may include
    clinical athletic training coverage, instruction, or research
    responsibilities. Additional compensation may be available for winter or
    summer sessions. Qualified students may also gain athletic training
    teaching and administrative experience with the CAATE accredited
    undergraduate athletic training education program.

    Graduate Admission Requirements:

    - BS or BA degree

    - GRE > 1050 (Math & Verbal)

    - UG GPA of >3.0

    - Acceptance by Advisor

    - TOEFL score > 550

    PhD Program: (BIOMS)

    -The Biomechanics and Movement Science program is interdisciplinary
    combining faculty & resources from several different units including
    Mechanical Engineering, Physical Therapy, Health, Nutrition and Exercise
    Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Center for Biomedical
    Engineering Research

    - Applicants are expected to have course experience in the areas of math
    (through calculus), anatomy/physiology, physics (2 semesters).

    Application Steps:

    1) Notify Dr. Buz Swanik of intent to apply, or for questions.

    2) Apply on-line with links below:

    - MS Degree:

    - PhD:

    Candidates may also wish to visit:

    - Graduate Information:

    - Athletic Training Web site:

    **The University of Delaware is situated in the northwest corner of the
    state, in the town of Newark, minutes from the I-95 corridor. This offers a
    traditional small-town college atmosphere in a location that affords easy
    access to major cultural and entertainment centers in nearby metropolitan
    areas. In addition to nearby the shore resorts of Delaware, recreational
    areas of New Jersey and Maryland, and the ski slopes and the of the Pocono
    Mountains are within two hours drive. **


    C. Buz Swanik, PhD, ATC

    Associate Professor, University of Delaware

    Human Performance Laboratory

    Dept. of Health, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences

    151 Human Performance Laboratory

    547 South College Avenue

    Newark, DE 19716

    Office: (302)831-2306

    Fax: (302) 831-3693