Assistant Professor



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Job description

Stephenville, TX

Department of Health & Human Performance
School of Kinesiology

Job Description:

80% Teaching/Service – Required to teach four courses (12 hours) in each long term (Fall & Spring). Summer term teaching will be based on need and budget availability. In addition to teaching courses pertaining to Kinesiology and Health & Human Performance, this position involves other related teaching duties, such as mentoring students within the department, curriculum evaluation and development, program development, and other duties related to teaching as assigned. Teaching also requires faculty to remain current in their field, align courses to innovations in the field, and maintain relevance and rigor. All programs associated with the Department of Health & Human Performance are offered face-to-face, hybrid, and online. Service responsibilities would include serving on a variety of committees at the departmental, school, college, university, professional, and community levels commensurate with the rank of Assistant Professor.

20% Scholarship – Produce a record of sustained scholarship in the form of discipline-specific publications, presentations, seeking internal and external to support research efforts and the department.

Required Qualification:
Candidate must hold a PhD or EdD in Kinesiology, Human Performance, Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, Movement Science, Rehabilitation Science or closely related field by time of appointment.

Preferred Qualifications:
o Teaching experience at the college-level.
o Demonstrated experience in service and scholarly activities.

Questions regarding this position can be sent to Dr. Matt Laurent ([email protected]) or Dr. Steve Simpson ([email protected]).

How to apply

Applications accepted only online at

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