Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania
Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth seeks candidates for Academic Counselor in its 2002 summer residential programs. Programs are held 6/17-8/6 in New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania. Requirements include graduate training and school counseling experience. Salary range is $5,000 - $5,400 for 7 weeks dependent on experience, plus room and board on a college campus. For more information and an application visit www.jhu.edu/gifted/ctysummer, or e-mail email@example.com, or call (410) 516-0053. Application review will begin January 25, 2002 and will continue until all positions fill. EOE
Oregon State University
College of Health and Human Sciences
Department of Public Health
Assistant/ Asssociate Professor Health Promotion and Education
POSITION: This is a tenure track, 9 month Assistant/Associate Professor of Public Health Education and Health Promotion position.
East Carolina University
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate in Public Health Education or Health Promotion and Education by August 15, 2002. Candidates with Ph.D. from closely related fields may be considered if undergraduate and/or Masters level degrees are in Public Health Education or Health Promotion. Successful prior university level teaching experience is required. For appointment at the Associate Professor level, a successful record of research publications and funding is required. A diverse range of teaching opportunities are available in public health education at the undergraduate and graduate level. CHES preferred.
SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
RESPONSIBILTIES: Primary responsibilities for this position include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, advising, scholarship (including grant/contract activities), and professional and community service. Teaching responsibilities will be in public health promotion and education.
GENERAL INFORMATION: OSU is one of only ten American universities to hold the Land Grant, Sea Grant, and Space Grant designation and is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research-Extensive university. OSU is located in Corvallis, a community of 50,000 people situated in the Willamette Valley between Portland and Eugene. Ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, high desert, and the rugged Cascade and Coast Ranges are all within a 100-mile drive of Corvallis. Approximately 14,900 undergraduate and 3,200 graduate students are enrolled at OSU, including 2,300 U.S. students of color and 1,200 international students. The university has an institution-wide commitment to diversity and multiculturalism, and provides a welcoming atmosphere with unique professional opportunities for leaders who are women and people of color. All are encouraged to apply. The Department of Public Health, housed in the newly formed College of Health and Human Sciences, offers the most comprehensive range of accredited degree programs in! Health Promotion and Education in the Pacific Northwest, with B.S., M.S., MPH, MAT and Ph.D. degrees. The Department also has a rich and varied set of degree offerings in Environmental Health and Safety and Health Services Administration areas. This position is funded through education and general funds. For further information, visit the OSU web page at http://osu.orst.edu and the department web page at http://osu.orst.edu/hhp/ph
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit letter of application, professional vita, examples of professional writing, transcripts from previous degrees (B.S., Master's, Ph.D.) and the name, address, telephone number, and email address of three (3) references to:
Anna K. Harding, Ph.D., Chair
DEADLINE: For full consideration, all application materials must be received by April 15, 2002. Appointment begins September 16, 2002. OSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and has a policy of being responsive to dual career needs.
Department of Public Health
Oregon State University
256 Waldo Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331-6406
School of Health and Human Performance
Department of Exercise and Sport Science
East Carolina University
POSITION: Nine-month, tenure-track, assistant professor position in physical activity promotion in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science, within the School of Health and Human Performance, effective August 19,2002.
RESPONSIBILITIES/QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will teach in both the undergraduate and graduate programs, conduct scholarly research in the area of physical activity promotion, and provide service to the university and community. The candidate will be responsible for teaching in one or more of the following areas: physical activity and fitness promotion, exercise testing and prescription, exercise psychology, exercise epidemiology, and/or physical activity and aging. The successful candidate will be responsible for advising undergraduate students, and directing master's thesis research. ACSM certification is desirable. A doctoral degree in exercise science or a related field is required.
RANK AND SALARY: Assistant Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with professional background and experience.
THE DEPARTMENT: One of three academic departments in the School of Health and Human Performance, the Department is comprised of 30 full and part-time faculty. Approximately 300 majors study in four undergraduate degree programs: B.S. degrees in Physical Activity and Fitness, Exercise Physiology, and Teacher Preparation and a B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science. In addition to a new Ph.D. in Bioenergetics, approximately 70 graduate students study in master's programs with concentrations in Exercise Physiology, Physical Education Pedagogy, Adapted Physical Education, or Athletic and Physical Education Administration.
THE UNIVERSITY: East Carolina University, the third largest institution in the University of North Carolina System, is located in Greenville, approximately 90 miles east of the Research Triangle Park and 60 miles west of the Outer Banks and coastal resorts. A faculty of over 1,100 guide approximately 18,000 students enrolled in 102 Bachelors, 70 Masters, 7 Doctoral, and 1 medical professional degree tracks. East Carolina University is a Carnegie Doctoral II university and consists of 12 professional schools, including its Medical School.
SCREENING: Application screening begins April 1, 2002, and will continue until the position is filled.
APPLICATION: Send letter of application, vita, and three current letters of recommendation specific to this position, and copies of transcripts to:
Matthew T. Mahar, Ed.D.
Search Committee Chair
Department of Exercise and Sport Science
Phone: (252) 328 - 0008
The IMG Academies in Bradenton Florida in conjunction with the Mental Conditioning Academy would like to offer all graduate students an opportunity to learn about mental skills training and become part of our team with an applied internship this summer. We anticipate having 4 positions available running from mid June until the end of August. The Mental Conditioning Academy supplies all of the sport psychology consulting for the world renowned Bollettieri Tennis Academy, David Leadbetter Golf Academy, The IMG Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey Academies, and IPI. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain hands on experience in the following areas:
Lecturing to groups on sport psychology topics (e.g. goal setting, relaxation, etc.)
Our clients benefit from a variety of opportunities including performance enhancement, mental skills and abilities assessments, video analysis and feedback, as well as instruction in and out of the sport atmosphere. The goal of our program is to provide athletes with the knowledge in some of the following areas: Motivation, Focus, Concentration, Attention, Awareness, Confidence, Discipline, Intensity, Composure, Self Esteem, Perspective, Communication, Time-Management, Continuous Improvement, Developing and Maintaining Professional Relationships, and Enhancing Sport Enjoyment!
If you are interested in the internship please send the following: a resume/vitae, cover letter, references, and a personal statement that includes your sport background, interest in the field, experience with the sports we offer here at the academy and future goals in the field to the address below. Please include all languages you speak as we consider bilingual individuals highly important for the position. Applications must be submitted by March 18th and interns will be selected at the beginning of April.
Room and board will be provided by the academy. Students will be responsible for all other expenses. Students must receive college credit (as much as their university allows). Each student will work approximately 40 hours per week.
If you have any questions about our services and/or internship programs, please do not hesitate to e-mail or call (941) 752-2451.
Mental Conditioning Academy
Attn: Carey Benson
5500 34th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34210
Fax: (941) 752-2527
Research and Program Associate
Mendelson Center for Sport, Character & Culture
University of Notre Dame
The Research and Program Associate will take a leadership role on a range of Mendelson Center research projects and program initiatives. Our research focuses on the relationship between sport participation and moral/character development, and on coaching efficacy for psychosocial development. In the program development area, we are working on a number of initiatives in the area of coaching education as it relates to social and psychological development. We are developing both written materials and workshops for coaches, athletic directors, school principals, and others involved in sport and education.
Proficiency in quantitative and qualitative research methods (including program evaluation research), research design, and practical experience working with sport teams, coaches, teachers, or related constituents are highly desirable. Preference will be given to a candidate with a doctoral degree in the social sciences. Specializations would be especially welcome in sport psychology, sport pedagogy, character education, moral development, or a related field; familiarity with the literature in the other areas of specialization is highly desirable. Exceptional writing, communication, and organizational skills are required.
Duties include management of research projects, data analysis, program evaluation, workshop leadership, writing, event planning, and organizational consulting. We are seeking an energetic team-member who shares our mission and wants to play a vital role in the development of a young and growing center. Current funding for the position allows us to guarantee it for only one year, though we hope it will be extended indefinitely. It is not a tenure-track position. Starting salary is $32,000 - $40,000, depending on experience and qualifications. Women and people of color are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants should send a cover letter, vitae, and two letters of reference to: David Light Shields & Brenda Light Bredemeier, Co-Directors, Mendelson Center for Sport, Character & Culture, #10 Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Position will start August 1, 2002. Application deadline is April 10.
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