EXERCISE SCIENCE – GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP
Position Announcement: Graduate Assistantship in Exercise Science
The Department of Kinesiology at Boise State University is accepting applications for a graduate assistantship position in the general area of exercise science beginning in Fall 2013 semester. The position includes a 9-month stipend and a tuition waiver.
The responsibilities associated with this position may include, but are not limited to, working within the Human Performance Laboratory (see below), assisting with an older adults strength-training program, and providing research assistance for faculty.
The Human Performance Laboratory (HPL) at Boise State University is a facility designated to teach, conduct research, and provide service to faculty, staff, students, and individuals in the community. The HPL graduate assistant (GA) responsibilities and duties will be determined, but may include the following: teaching and/or assisting with the undergraduate exercise physiology labs, providing support for the Human Performance Lab, and/or providing research assistance for faculty. HPL GA applicants should have a strong interest in exercise science/exercise physiology and quality experience in equipment use and testing in the exercise physiology laboratory.
This position requires a commitment of 20 hours per week.
The application deadline for Fall 2013 is January 15th, 2013. Application details and instructions can be found on the Application Webpage. For additional information about the application process contact Dr. Shelley Lucas, Graduate Program Coordinator at email@example.com for more information.