Department of Movement Sciences and Education
Teachers College, Columbia University

Seeks candidates for a tenure-track professorial position

Biomechanics: Assistant/Associate Professor in the motor learning
program. Position requires competencies in computer-based,
kinematic/kinetic analysis of human movement. The individual must be able
to use biomechanics as a tool for elucidating processes underlying skill
learning, development or neuromotor control processes. Teach graduate
courses; design/supervise research in rehabilitation and clinical
settings, maintain an active research program; direct doctoral
dissertation research. Candidates must be committed to excellence in
teaching. Earned doctorate required; postdoctoral research training
preferred. Research publications should provide evidence of potential for
external funding.
To apply:Jsend a letter of interest, Vita, brief statement of research
plans, copies of publications, a list of three references to A. M.
Gentile, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027.
Review of candidates will begin Jan.15, 1995 and continue until the
search is successfully concluded.

Teachers College as an institution has long been committed to a policy of
equal opportunity in employment. In offering graduate studies in
education, psychology, and health services, the College is committed to
providing expanding employment opportunities to persons of color, women,
and persons with disabilities The College actively prohibits all
discrimination based on grounds such as race, ethnicity, religion,
gender, sexual orientation. age, and disability status. Candidates whose
qualifications and experience are directly relevant to complementary
College priorities( e.g.urban concerns) may be considered for a higher
rank that advertised.