The School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan (Ann
Arbor) invites applications for two (2) new tenure-track
Assistant Professor positions in Kinesiology (i.e., Applied
Exercise Science, Athletic Training, and/or Movement Science) with
research interests that align with biomedical and/or health science
research. These positions are part of the Michigan Program for Advancing
Cultural Transformation (M-PACT) and federally sponsored by the
National Institutes of
Health Faculty Institutional Recruitment for Sustainable
Transformation (FIRST) Program and the University of Michigan.
Candidates will be expected to maintain a robust, ongoing research
program, secure and sustain extramural funding for an active
research program at the University of Michigan, teach undergraduate
and graduate courses, and conduct effective mentoring of trainees
at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral levels.
Requirements include: a terminal degree (Ph.D. or equivalent) in
Kinesiology or a related field, this must be the applicant’s
first tenure-track faculty position, and applicants must
demonstrate a strong research background in an area of biomedical
and health science research within the discipline of Kinesiology
that ideally focuses on populations typically underserved in
research or aligns with DEIA research.
The School of Kinesiology www.kines.umich.edu/ is one of 19
degree granting academic units on the U-M campus with 35
tenure-track faculty and approximately 1,200 students. For more
information on the school and its four programs, please see
For a complete posting description and to submit applications
For best consideration, please apply by December 15, 2023.
The University of Michigan is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer.