Bowling Green State University's School of Human Movement Sport and Leisure Studies in the College of Education and Human Development announces a Tenure-Track position in Exercise Science, beginning August 2018.
Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities:
Teach undergraduate courses in Exercise Science with support to graduate courses in the School of Human Movement, Sport, & Leisure Studies (HMSLS).
Conduct a focused line of research that advances the mission of the School of HMSLS and one’s personal areas of expertise.
Work toward and establish a record of external funding related to research area.
Perform traditional engagement activities in the Exercise Science Program, School of HMSLS, College of EDHD, University, and professional organizations.
Teach undergraduate courses in the Exercise Science Program (e.g., Care and Prevention of Sport Injuries, Exercise Physiology, Motor Learning and Development, Pathology and Orthopedic Assessment, Therapeutic Modalities, Therapeutic Exercises, Therapeutic Medications & Health Conditions).
Teach graduate courses in the School of HMSLS Master’s program (e.g., Research Methods, Interpretation of Quantitative Research, Sport Conditioning, Motor Development or courses specific to expertise)
Conduct a focused line of research and disseminate findings in peer-reviewed, scholarly journals and at professional meetings.
Seek external funding in support of scholarly activities;
Advise undergraduate students in the Exercise Science Program.
Qualify for Graduate Faculty status and advise Masters graduate students in HMSLS.
Participate in customary service and engagement activities.
Applications accepted until November 6, 2017. Review of candidates' credentials will commence immediately. For a complete job description and instructions on how to apply for this position, visit https://bgsu.hiretouch.com/ or contact the Office of Human Resources, BGSU. Background check required for employment. AA/EEO/Disabilities/Veterans. We encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information, religion, or sexual orientation.
Bowling Green State University provides experiences that enhance lives. Students are prepared for lifelong career growth, lives of engaged citizenship and leadership in a global society. U.S. News and World Report names BGSU as one of the top public universities nationwide with a strong commitment to first-year programs that lead to success. Within our transformative learning community, we build a... welcoming, safe and diverse environment where the creative ideas and achievements of all can benefit others throughout Ohio, the nation and the world.
Location: Bowling Green, Ohio 30 minutes south of Toledo in northwest Ohio
Campus: 1,338 acre residential campus with park-like setting and 119 buildings including the new Stroh Center, The Wolfe Center for the Arts, Centennial Residence Hall, Falcon Heights Residence Hall, The Oaks Dining Center and Carillon Place Dining Center
Campus Data: More than 19,102 students, including 2,000 at BGSU Firelands in Huron, Ohio
20:1 student to faculty ratio
More than 800 full-time faculty, nearly 80 percent with the highest degree in their field
Students from 50 states and 70 other countries
Average ACT for entering freshmen is 22.7; average high school GPA is 3.31
Ethnic and racial minority students made up 20 percent of the entering fall class
More than $25 million in scholarships awarded each year
2013 operating budget of $283.5 million for Bowling Green and Firelands campuses combined