The University of Nebraska at Kearney invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position within the Exercise Science program. The Exercise Science program is located in the Kinesiology and Sport Sciences Department and College of Education. This position search is part of UNK’s Program of Excellence Initiative to expand research and community program outreach in nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention/treatment.
The successful candidate will teach courses within the Exercise Science major and Nutrition minor; advise undergraduate students; participate in service activities within the department, college, university, region, and profession, and engage in scholarly research. The successful candidate will conduct research in her/his interest area leading to publications in nationally peer-reviewed journals.
Applicants should have an earned doctoral degree in nutrition, exercise science or related field (ABD considered) and evidence of ability or potential to conduct research and garner external funding. Excellence in teaching in nutrition, exercise science or research methods and the ability to communicate effectively with students and community groups is essential.
Internal Number: 54429
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