Assistant Professor of Exercise Science

first_imgPosting DetailsPosting NumberF00272PClassification TitleFacultyPosition TypeDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleAssistant Professor of Exercise ScienceDoes this position require driving?NoContactContact Phone ExtContact EmailJob Summary/Basic FunctionCapacity to teach a range of graduate courses in the AthleticTraining and Exercise Science Programs. Teach courses in the CAATE-accredited Professional athletic training program as well as inthe Department of Health Professions that is determined byexpertise and availability. Be involved in professional service tothe university, department, community, and profession. TheDepartment of Allied Health Professions seeks to fill the positionof Associate – full professor for its Athletic Training andExercise Science Program. Candidate will also assist in studentrecruitment for the department, preform program evaluation, studentadvising and other assignments directed by the Department Chair orthe Program Director. This is a full time 10-month benefitedteaching position. Because Liberty University is a strongEvangelical Christian university, all faculty members are yearlycontracted. Liberty University is a non-tenure grantingUniversity.Minimum QualificationsSuccessful candidate must have an earned doctorate degree (PhD,EdD) in athletic training, exercise science or related field.Evidence of successful teaching at the university level. Evidenceof scholarly activity. Board of Certification Certified AthleticTrainer in good standing and Eligible to obtain Virginia AthleticTraining Licensure. The candidate is expected to establish andmaintain a positive working relationship within Liberty University,the Department of Health Professions and medical community. NSCAand/or ACSM certified is desirable. Liberty University is aChristian liberal arts university, which only employs faculty whocan demonstrate a personal faith in Jesus Christ and a commitmentto its evangelical Christian purpose.Preferred QualificationsMinimum of Two years of collegiate-level teaching experience,preferably in an accredited graduate and/or undergraduateaccredited athletic training program is desired. Experienceteaching a variety of Athletic Training related courses. Record ofhigh quality athletic training teaching. Established independentresearch agenda and record of quality publications in peer-reviewedjournalsRecord of student research mentoring. NSCA and/or ACSM certified isdesirable.Liberty University is a Christian liberal arts university, whichonly employs faculty who can demonstrate a personal faith in JesusChrist and a commitment to its evangelical Christian purpose.Work Hours40Posting Date03/04/2021Special Instructions for ApplicantsQuicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/31934Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterTranscriptsLetter of RecommendationCurriculum VitaeTeaching PhilosophyPastoral Reference LetterAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Optional DocumentsProfessional License(s)Career Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).last_img read more

One Alaskan Dies Of Coronavirus, One In Critical Condition

first_imgZink: “The new case in Juneau is the first known where the individual has had to stay in a hospital as opposed to self-isolating at home due to the severity of their symptoms.” The individual is currently at Bartlett Regional Hospital, which said they had traveled to Portland, Oregon, as well as Washington state, according to Juneau officials. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Mike Dunleavy during a press briefing on Tuesday announced six additional cases of COVID-19 in Alaska, and one fatality from the virus. This brings the total number of cases to 42 in the state, and one death. This is a developing story- updates will be posted as they are made available. Following this announcement in Juneau the city enacted an ordinance for residents to “hunker down” and stay at home as much as possible to curb the spread of COVID-19.center_img There were 42 confirmed cases statewide as of Tuesday, including 17 in Anchorage, eight in Ketchikan, nine in Fairbanks, two in Mat-Su, two in Sterling, two in Juneau, one in Seward and one in Soldotna. The governor was joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink. Dr. Zink: “The individual that passed away was outside of the state of Alaska during the time of death in the State of Washington. Per CDC rules this person counts as an Alaska death and not a Washington death.”last_img read more

CAS dismisses Olympic appeals from Russia trio

first_imgZURICH, (Reuters) – The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed appeals from three Russian athletes against decisions issued by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that found them guilty of violating anti-doping rules. The CAS confirmed the IOC’s decisions to disqualify track cyclist Ekaterina Gnidenko from the 2012 London Olympic Games and Maria Abakumova, silver medallist in javelin, and Tatyana Lebedeva, silver medallist in long jump and triple jump, from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.All three were excluded from the Games after re-testing of samples revealed the presence of the banned anabolic steroid Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone (CDMT).The trio had appealed their bans to the court, looking to have them set aside. “The CAS panel found that the appellants were unable to prove that the testing methods adopted by the laboratories, which led to the positive findings against each of them, were not scientifically valid in accordance with the standard required to be applied,” said a media statement released on Thursday.The shadow of doping has hung heavily over Russian sport since 2015 on the back of a series of scandals which culminated in the IOC banning the country from this year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.The IOC said it had found evidence of an “unprecedented systematic manipulation” of the anti-doping system that led to a series of suspensions for the country’s athletes. Russia, which has since been restored to the movement, has denied state-sponsored doping and pledged to work with international sports bodies to help curb the use of banned substances.Lebedeva, who still has an Olympic long jump gold medal from the 2004 Athens Games and a triple jump silver from Sydney in 2000, retired from competition in 2013.last_img read more