Iowa State University is actively recruiting for two 9-month tenure-track positions in Kinesiology: 1) an open-rank (Assistant, Associate, or Full) Exercise Psychology position and 2) an open discipline Assistant Professor position. Both positions are broad in their description as we are looking to recruit colleagues who will help to grow our departmental expertise and research endeavors.

The Exercise Psychology position aims to attract a scholar with expertise related to exercise and 24-hour movement behaviors (exercise, physical activity, sedentary behaviors, sleep) in the fields of behavior change, psychological responses to acute and chronic exercise, psychobiology, cognition, neuroscience, digital interventions, or ecological momentary assessment at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level. For more information and to apply, see:—Associate-or-Professor-in-Exercise-Psychology_R9948

–       If you have questions about this position, please email Jacob Meyer at .

The Open position is seeking to hire a strong scholar in any subdiscipline of kinesiology and health with expertise in any domain associated with movement, physical activity or exercise, and health using research models ranging from the cellular to whole organism, and involving animal models or human studies. For more information and to apply, see:

–       If you have questions about this position, please email Rudy Valentine at .