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    Faculty of Kinesiology
    University of New Brunswick


    The Faculty of Kinesiology is seeking an outstanding scholar for a tenure
    track position as an Assistant Professor with a specialty in Exercise

    The Faculty of Kinesiology is an interdisciplinary unit, with expertise
    ranging across the spectrum of the study of human movement, from the
    humanities and social sciences, through recreation, sport management, and
    outdoor recreation, to the biological, biochemical, and physical sciences.
    The Faculty is aggressively positioning itself as a centre of scholarship
    and research in the Atlantic Region. It has embarked on an active
    recruiting process to create an enthusiastic cadre of teachers/researchers
    in the Exercise and Sport Sciences. It is striving to support the work of
    these scholars in their own specialities and also to encourage the
    development of collaborative research and contract work with other members
    of the Faculty as well as with members of other university and
    extra-university units, such as Nursing, Forestry, Biomedical Engineering,
    Centre for Policy Studies, the University Health Centre, and the Dr.
    Everette Chalmers Regional Hospital. In response to growing graduate and
    undergraduate enrollments, the Faculty is continuing to refine its
    Exercise/Sport Science Program, with the degrees of Bachelor of Science in
    Kinesiology and Master of Science in Exercise/Sport Science. Further
    information about the Faculty can be found at

    The Faculty is looking for a scholar in exercise therapy with additional
    training in motor control/learning/development, biomechanics, or exercise
    physiology. A PhD is required, and a background in clinical exercise
    science (physiotherapy, occupational therapy, medicine, cardiovascular
    rehabilitation) with expertise in musculoskeletal, cardiovascular,
    respiratory, or metabolic exercise therapy/rehabilitation is desirable.
    Duties will include research, teaching at the undergraduate and graduate
    levels, supervising graduate students, and, if appropriate, engaging in
    clinical work. Successful candidates will be expected to compete for
    research grants and contracts to support their research program and their
    graduate students.

    Applicants should submit a covering letter of application, a curriculum
    vitae and three letters of reference to Dr. Christopher Stevenson (as
    below). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled;
    however, the intention is to produce a preliminary short list for
    interviews by February 1st, 2000.

    Dr. Christopher L. Stevenson, Acting Dean
    Faculty of Kinesiology
    University of New Brunswick
    P.O. Box 4400, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5A3
    Phone: (506) 453-4576 Fax (506) 447-3058 Email:

    The University of New Brunswick (est. 1785) has an enrolment of 8,000
    full-time students and offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate
    programs in ten faculties. It is a picturesque, mid-sized campus of red
    brick buildings nestled in the St. John River Valley surrounded by the
    capital city of Fredericton (pop. 50,000). The mix of established
    tradition, academic excellence, social, cultural and recreational
    opportunities, high-tech infrastructure, coupled with a small town feeling
    of community makes both Fredericton and UNB enjoyable places to live, work
    and play.

    In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
    directed towards Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The
    University of New Brunswick is committed to the principle of employment

    Wayne J. Albert, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Faculty of Kinesiology
    University of New Brunswick
    P.O. Box 4400
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3

    Ph: 506-447-3254
    Fax: 506-453-3511

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