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    Dear Subscribers:

    I would like to post a job openning that we now have available at East
    Tennessee State University. Although ATC, PT, or ACSM credentials are
    not essential for this position, such candidates would greatly benefit
    several undergraduate and graduate students (i.e, athletic training,
    physical therapy, exercise physiology). ETSU also has a medical school
    and strong medical community. Please feel free to share this
    announcement with your peers.

    Position: Assistant Professor - Biomechanics

    Start: August 15, 1998

    Qualifications: earned doctorate in biomechanics or closely related
    field. ABDs will be considered if degree is awarded before 8/15/98.
    Expertise required in the mechanical aspects and analysis of human

    Responsibilities: teach undergraduate and graduate courses in
    kinesiology and biomechanics, conduct scholarly research, provide
    service to the university and profession, and supervise student research
    and internships.

    Candidates should submit a letter of application, a current curriculum
    vita, a transcript from his/her doctoral-granting institution, and a
    list of 4 current references to the following address:

    Dr. Craig Broeder
    Chair, Biomechanics Search Committee
    East Tennessee State University, Box 70654
    Johnson City, TN 37614-0654

    Review of applicants will begin April 13, 1998. AA/EOE

    Department Webpage:

    Donald Fuller, PhD, ATC
    Athletic Training Program Director
    East Tennessee State University (423) 439-6157 (office)
    Johnson City, TN 37614 (423) 439-5383 (fax)

    Athletic Training Webpage:

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