The Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) program at the University of Minnesota Duluth invites candidates with teaching and research expertise in Adapted Physical Education to apply for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Responsibilities include teaching and advising in the undergraduate Physical Education Teacher Education program, conducting and publishing peer-reviewed research, and serving the campus/community/profession through committee membership or other leadership. Start date is August 24, 2020.
Earned doctorate from an accredited institution in Physical Education, Kinesiology, or closely related field.
Demonstrated expertise in Adapted Physical Education.
A clearly articulated research agenda.
Commitment to working with diverse populations and fostering diversity across campus.
Applicants for the position of Associate Professor must meet the requirements above and have a distinguished record of academic achievement (scholarly research or other creative work, teaching, and service) that satisfies the criteria for Associate Professor status in the Department of Applied Human Sciences at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
2 years of full-time K-12 teaching experience in Adapted Physical Education.
K-12 teaching experience in Physical Education and/or Health Education.
Experience with community outreach within the field and partnerships with external entities.
Experience engaging in partnership with American Indian communities.
College teaching experience in a range of Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) methods and pedagogy courses including, but not limited to, adapted physical education, aquatics, and outdoor education.
Experience in advisement and mentoring of undergraduate students.
Demonstrated experience in program and curriculum development.
Experience with state accreditation of K-12 programs.
Internal Number: 335584
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