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- Appointment to begin approximately August 2017, pending position clearance and availability of funding.
- Teach courses in Beginning and Advanced Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Physical Therapy and Adapted Physical Education, and Sports Medicine as well as other health related classes; advise students; engage in scholarly activity; seek extramural funding for research; and provide departmental, school, university, and professional service.
- Doctorate in Kinesiology, Exercise Sciences, or related field from an accredited college or university. If related field, strong emphasis in Care & Prevention and Physical Therapy. Documented excellence in teaching in particular undergraduate students, established record in research.
- Certification(s) from National Associations. Experience providing students with applied learning experiences. Experience and willingness to teach a wide range of classes throughout the three tracks within KES: (1) Kinesiology & Exercise Track, (2) Sports Medicine and Therapy Track, and (3) Health Promotion Track. Experience working in multi-cultural settings, and with Native Hawaiian and/or other Indigenous populations; active research program in exercise sciences; experience in grant writing and grant management.
- Dr. Harald Barkhoff; firstname.lastname@example.org
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