Tenure Track Faculty position at the rank of Instructor, Assistant, or Associate Professor
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in the Allied Health Sciences major. Teaching assignments may include (but are not limited to) courses in Exercise Physiology, Research Methods, Exercise Assessment and Prescription, Exercise in Aging Populations, or other courses based on need. Additional requirements include participation in existing student/faculty research programs. Faculty are expected to contribute to departmental, college, and university activities and contribute to university and community service. Candidates must also engage in professional contributions as part of their responsibilities.
THE DEPARTMENT: The Health and Human Performance department offers degrees which include: Master of Science in Athletic Training, B.S. in Allied Health Science, B.S. in Exercise, Sport, and Health Education, a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics and a B.S. in Sport Management. The Exercise, Sport, and Health Education major has concentrations that include Health and Exercise Science and Physical Education Teaching. The department has 19 full time faculty and is seeking candidates who can contribute innovative teaching approaches in both campus and community programming.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate in Exercise Physiology and experience in college teaching. Candidates who are ABD may be considered. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred teaching qualifications include college teaching experience as the instructor of record, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and use of high-impact practices in undergraduate education and evidence of research productivity.
Application Procedure: Candidates must submit the following: • a letter of application; • current curriculum vitae; • a one page philosophy of teaching • evidence of teaching effectiveness and scholarly activity; • names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional/academic references and • copies of official transcripts of all academic coursework.
Applicants apply online, no email applications will be accepted.
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Internal Number: F00150P
About Radford University
Organization Description and More Information: Radford University is a co-educational, comprehensive, state-supported institution with an emphasis on teaching that enrolls approximately 9,200 students. Located in scenic southwestern Virginia, the university is 15 miles from Blacksburg and 40 minutes from Roanoke. The Department of Health and Human Performance resides within the College of Education and Human Development.