Graduate Teaching/Research Assistantship in Exercise Physiology
Graduate research/teaching assistantships are available for students interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology through the Department of Kinesiology. These funded positions will assist with the teaching in the Department of Kinesiology and assist with the ongoing research related to oxidative stress, fibromyalgia, endocrine aspects of exercise, cardiovascular disease risk statistics and physical activity interventions and/or community based physical activity interventions.
Assistantship amounts change over time, but are competitive with existing programs in the area of Kinesiology. Other opportunities to fund graduate student research are available from the university, school and department.
All graduate assistantships include health insurance. Graduate assistantships may include in-state and/or out of state tuition waivers; however, tution waivers are not guaranteed for all students.