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    POSITION: Professor and Chair

    EMPLOYMENT DATE: July 1, 1997


    A scholar of national stature, serving as chair, will be responsible for
    leading the department into becoming a nationally recognized department and
    to assist the College in becoming a premier land-grant College of Education.
    The chair is expected to be a scholar, with an active research program in
    health, wellness, or exercise and sport science, and to be responsible for
    department administration, long-range planning, recruitment and evaluation
    of faculty, development of active scholarly agendas within the department,
    facilitation of faculty scholarly and external grant activity, alumni,
    public relations and fund raising.

    REQUIRED: A national reputation for scholarly work and an earned doctorate
    in one of the specialization areas represented within the department, with a
    strong preference for health, wellness, or exercise and sport science.
    Substantial record of scholarship commensurate with senior rank. Successful
    college/university teaching and administrative experience.

    PREFERRED: Record of extramural support.

    SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience. Position is for 12=

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Send letter of application, r=E9sum=E9, transcripts,=
    names and addresses of six references to:
    Search Committee=20
    Iowa State University
    Department of Health and Human Performance
    237 Physical Education Building
    Ames, IA 50011

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 15, 1997 or until position is filled.

    Iowa State University, with a student body of over 25,000, is a broad-based
    university of international stature. As a land grant institution, it is
    committed to the concept of excellence in teaching, research, and service.
    The university's motto, "Science with Practice", suggests the importance
    placed on both the learning of theory and the discovery of application. The
    Department of Health and Human Performance provides outstanding facilities
    for study and research. The 1996 fall semester student enrollment in the
    department numbers 650, including 65 graduate students. The department
    faculty includes 27 F.T.E.

    Iowa State University is an equal opportunity employer and particularly
    encourages women and minority applicants.