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Exercise Science Graduate Assistantships Fall 2020: Northern Michigan University

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  • Exercise Science Graduate Assistantships Fall 2020: Northern Michigan University

    Exercise Science MSc Program
    The School of Health & Human Performance at Northern Michigan University (NMU) would like to invite applications for our MSc in Exercise Science.
    The graduate program application information is available on-line from NMU Graduate Studies.
    Additional information for International students is available from
    NMU International Affairs Office.
    For a listing of faculty please visit:
    Details on the Exercise Science MSc program are available here and here

    Exercise Science Graduate Assistantships
    The exercise science program is offering two graduate assistant positions for the coming 2020-2021 academic year. Graduate assistants are assigned responsibilities that may include teaching laboratory sections for exercise physiology, biomechanics or anatomical/mechanical kinesiology, teaching in the Health Promotion activities program, working with Northern Michigan University's adult fitness program, and/or assisting faculty with research. Graduate assistants are typically assigned a semester workload equivalent to 16-20 hours per week and receive a $9300 stipend (2019), plus tuition waiver for 16 credits per year.
    • Applicants interested in being considered for a graduate assistant award must meet the standards listed under admission requirements for regular admission.
    • Graduate assistant applicants normally need to be accepted into the MSc Exercise Science Program before applying for a GA position
    • Graduate assistant applicants must submit
      • A GA Application Form
      • Three letters of recommendation,
      • A one-page personal statement, a
      • An assessment of the ability to teach health promotion and physical activities, science laboratory sections, and perform in an exercise leadership role and/or research role (GA Teaching Checklist).

    GA Application materials need to be submitted via email to Dr Sarah Breen ( before February 15th

    For further information contact Dr Sarah Breen