The School of Kinesiology, College of Education and Human Development, UMTC, is seeking an outstanding candidate to fill a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Kinesiology with a specialization in Sport Management. The appointment is for a fullâtime, 9âmonth position, and is contingent upon qualifications and University of Minnesota processes. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. The start date is August 31, 2020, which is the beginning of the 2020â21 academic year.
Develop and sustain an active and independent research program in Sport Management.
Seek and secure internal and external funding to support research and other scholarly work.
Disseminatie research findings through publication and presentation in the scientific community.
Opportunity for research and engagement activities of the Global Institute of Responsible Sport Organizations an interdisciplinary research institute devoted to advancing how sport organizations can fulfill their responsibility to addressing community priorities.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Sport Management.
Mentorand advising masters and doctoral students for thesis and dissertation research.
Participate in service at the departmental, college, and University levels, as well as in one’s professional field and within the public community.
Earned PhD in Kinesiology, Sport Management, or related-field with a specialization in Sport Management with a degree conferred before the start date of the hire.
Focused research agenda and potential for sustained research productivity in Sport management, as demonstrated by publications in high-quality, peer-reviewed scientific journals and refereed presentations at scientific conferences.
Scholarly expertise and accomplishment related to one or more of the following areas: management, sport development, social responsibility, or economics.
Potential for receiving extramural funding to support research and other scholarly work.
Potential for excellence in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Sport Management.
Potential for success in the advising and mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students.
Commitment to active engagement in service activities of the School, College, University, profession, and community.
Experience in conducting interdisciplinary and collaborative research with colleagues in other related fields of sport management and within the broader scientific community.
Experience in teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in Sport Management.
Internal Number: 333148
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