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Position Title (Position # 20392)
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Physical Education

Qualifications and Experience
Earned doctorate in a related field is required by August 19, 1998.
Candidates must have a background and expertise in exercise
physiology and be able to contribute in one other area as identified
below. Applicants must have an established research record and
college/university teaching experience is desired. There is a
University policy which precludes selection of individuals whose
terminal or highest degree is from the University of Northern
Colorado, except in unusual circumstances, as determined by the
President of the University.

Position Description
This is a full-time, nine month tenure track appointment in the
School of Kinesiology and Physical Education. Responsibilities
include: teaching electrocardiography, exercise physiology
(undergraduate and graduate), and one other area (anatomical
kinesiology or biomechanics); conducting research; enhancing the
School's kinesiology program; advising undergraduate and graduate
students; serving on School and University committees; and performing
other duties as required. Computer technology skills are desirable
especially related to innovative teaching techniques. Applicants
must address specific areas of competence across all areas.
Candidates will be selected based on a comparison of qualifications
and departmental needs.

Salary and Benefits
Assistant Professor salary commensurate with qualifications and
experience. Summer school appointment may also be available.
Benefits include health, life, and dental insurance as well as a
selection of several defined contribution retirement programs.

Starting Date: August 19, 1998

Contact and Application Deadline
Applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, official
transcripts, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three
references. Additional materials will also be accepted.

Application materials must be postmarked by January 5, 1998 and
should be sent to:

Chair, KPE Search Committee: Exercise Physiology
School of Kinesiology and Physical Education
Gunter Hall 2590
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO USA 80639
FAX (970) 351-1762

Federal regulations require that all documents submitted by
applicants be retained by the University. Materials will not be
returned or copied for applicants. This position is contingent on
funding from the Colorado Legislature, approval by the Board of
Trustees, and subject to the policies and regulations of the
University of Northern Colorado.

Location and Environment
The University of Northern Colorado is one of three major public
universities in Colorado. The academic enrollment is approximately
10,000 students with about 450 faculty. Greeley is located 50 miles
north of Denver, 30 miles east of the Rocky Mountains, and has a
population of approximately 63,000.

Additional Information
The beginnings of the School of Kinesiology and Physical Education at
UNC date back some 90 years when the University pioneered the West's
first physical education program. The University, 100 years old in
1990, also has a long history of leadership in graduate education,
and in the 1980's was designated by the Colorado legislature as the
state's center of graduate education in teacher preparation.

The master's degree in physical education has been conferred for
more than 50 years and the doctorate for more than 30. Today, UNC
offers the only doctorate in physical education in Colorado with
emphases in Pedagogy, Kinesiology and Sports Administration. With
UNC's tradition in kinesiology and physical education, the School has
an eviable record in graduate placement.

UNC is an AA/EO employer and committed to fostering diversity in
its student body, faculty and staff. AA/EO office Carter Hall 2011.

Gary D. Heise, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
University of Northern Colorado
School of Kinesiology & Physical Education
phone: 970-351-1738
fax: 970-351-1762

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