The School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan (U-M)
invites applications and nominations for an Assistant or Associate
Professor position specializing in exercise and oncology.
Candidates will be expected to maintain a robust, ongoing research
program, secure and sustain extramural funding for an active
research program at the U-M, teach undergraduate and graduate
courses, and conduct effective mentoring of trainees at
the undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral levels in the
cross-cutting area of exercise oncology.
Requirements include a doctoral (Ph.D) degree, a record of
performing cutting-edge research and producing high-impact
scientific publications, and demonstrated potential to secure
research funding and teach on topics related to exercise and
The School of Kinesiology www.kines.umich.edu/ is one
of 19 degree granting academic units on the U-M campus with 31
tenure-track faculty and approximately 1000 students. In Fall 2020,
the National Academy of Kinesiology ranked the School of
Kinesiology at the U-M as
the #1 Kinesiology program in the US. In addition to the many
exciting opportunities within the School of Kinesiology, the School
has a strong record of successful partnering with other academic
units within the University - consistent with the U-M culture of
the University of Michigan that highly values innovation across
disciplines. Support from the U-M’s Rogel Cancer Center for
this open faculty position provides an outstanding example of
cross-campus collaboration. For more information on the school and
its four programs, please see www.kines.umich.edu/academics.
For a complete posting description and application instructions
For best consideration please apply by October 15, 2021. For
detail on our separate, concurrent search for a more senior-level
faculty position at the Professor or advanced Associate Professor
level, please visit http://apply.interfolio.com/81345.
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The University of Michigan is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.