Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Health and Human Performance or related area.
Develop and maintain a scholarly research agenda, mentor and guide undergraduate and graduate student research in an area of expertise, and seek external grants and contracts to support line of research. Having a planned research agenda in areas that align with the program's existing strengths is preferred; however, all areas of expertise will be considered. Existing strengths within the department include neuromuscular physiology, motor control of human movement, sport and exercise nutrition, nutritional supplementation, and aging.
Provide service in the School, College, University and Community; participate actively in professional organizations; through teaching, research and service promote improvement in the lives of people in the community and state. Other duties may be assigned by the School Head.
Hiring Range:(Contingent upon available funding): Commensurate