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    SABBATICAL REPLACEMENT POSITION
    PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY
    MALIBU, CA
    January, 1998 - May, 1998

    A 4-6 month sabbatical replacement appointment in biomechanics will be
    available at Pepperdine University for the winter semester of the 1997'98
    academic year. Additionally, there may be the opportunity to teach
    course(s) during the summer term(s) of the 1998 academic year.

    Applicants should be prepared to teach undergraduate courses and
    laboratories in Functional Anatomy & Kinesiology and Human Biomechanics.
    Preference will be given to applicants who have completed the Ph.D. degree
    in biomechanics, but applicants in the final stages of their dissertation
    work will also be considered. Prior teaching experience is desired. The
    candidate who fills this position will have no administrative or advising
    responsibilities.

    The Biomechanics Laboratory at Pepperdine University is equipped with both
    Peak Performance and Motion Analysis video analysis systems, 8-channel
    Noraxon telemetered EMG, a Kistler force plate/Bioware software and a
    LIDO isokinetic dynamometer. Numerous microcomputers (PC and Mac) and
    standard software packages are also available in the Biomechanics
    Laboratory.

    Pepperdine University is a small (2,500 undergraduate students) liberal
    arts college. Information about the university can be obtained at
    www.pepperdine.edu.

    Interested applicants/individuals should send an email to

    Michael Feltner, Ph.D. at mfeltner@pepperdine.edu

    as soon as possible. Additional information regarding the position and
    application procedures will be provided via email. If possible, the
    search committee desires to have informal discussions with interested
    individuals at the 1997 ACSM conference in Denver, CO during the week of
    May 28-31, 1997. However, individuals not attending the ACSM conference
    also are encouraged to apply.
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