Biomechanics/Exercise Science -- Pacific University

Pacific University seeks a tenure-track assistant/associate professor with a
doctorate in biomechanics or closely related field to start August 2001.
Athletic Training Certification desired but not necessary. Responsibilities
include teaching courses in biomechanics, kinesiology, and motor
control/learning. Additional duties include supervising undergraduate
research and internships. The Exercise Science program at Pacific
University is a young, vibrant, science-based undergraduate program that is
housed in the Division of Natural Sciences. The program prepares students
for, and strongly articulates with, Pacificís graduate programs in allied
health sciences, including physical therapy, physician assistant studies,
and occupational therapy. New faculty will help shape this new
well-equipped undergraduate program. Pacific University is a small, liberal
arts school located 25 miles west of Portland and 60 miles from the coast.
Please see for additional information about the
Exercise Science Department.

Please send letter of interest, vitae, and three letters of recommendation
to Shawn Henry, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Exercise Science, Pacific
University, 2043 College Way, Forest Grove, OR 97116-0669. Pacific
University is an EEO employer. Review of applications will begin February
15, 2001 and continue until position is filled.

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