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    Dear Biomch-L subscribers,

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    From: Dan Kelaher
    To: "."
    Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 23:16:57 -0400 (EDT)
    Subject: Request for research study participation
    Hello Biomch-L,

    A colleague of mine, Angie Smith, is working doing her dissertation at
    North Carolina State University. She is collecting data now related to
    university personnel after retirement. While this research is not
    biomechanics related, it is relevant to all of the forum members who are
    university professors. I would appreciate it if you allow this message to
    be sent to the listserv to help a grad student in need.

    Dear Prospective Participant:

    You are invited to participate in a dissertation research study that seeks
    to understand the current needs of individuals aged 50-75 in making career
    decisions during the traditional retirement years. Your time and response
    are greatly appreciated. By participating in the study, you are making a
    significant contribution to the research in career counseling, not to
    mention a doctoral student who is expecting her second child in September
    The survey should take approximately
    15 minutes. The responses to this survey are anonymous. In addition, your
    responses will enable counselors, human resource professionals, and others
    to develop services, programs, training, and workshops that meet the needs
    of individuals 50-75 years of age.

    Please click to the link below to access the survey:

    If you are unable to click directly onto the link, copy and paste this
    link directly to your browser. If you have any issues accessing the
    survey, please don't hesitate to contact me at or . I wish you all the best and many thanks!!!

    Smiles and blessings,

    Angie Smith, NCC, LPC, ABD, Doctoral Candidate
    North Carolina State University