The University of North Texas, Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation seeks to hire an individual at the rank of Visiting Assistant/Associate Professor with a specialization in Exercise Physiology for a one year term ending in May 2020. In this role, this individual will be asked to provide high-quality teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels to students studying Exercise Physiology, Muscle Physiology, Nutrition, Strength & Conditioning, or other related area. This individual will be expected to teach a minimum of 4 academic courses per semester and contribute service to the department and the Applied Physiology Laboratory (www.appliedphysiologylab.unt.edu). Please refer to the APL website for more information about the research expertise of the APL team.
Doctoral degree in Exercise Physiology, Sport Nutrition, Muscle Physiology, or related area
Demonstrated ability to teach a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses
Experience with Canvas or other LMS
Experience with online and hybrid instruction methods
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