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NBCF Opportunities (Internships, prospective students, and open positions)

Three faculty mentors are available. For more information regarding their research interests and potential assistantships, please contact one of the following: Dr. Nick Stergiou (human movement variability with special focus on sitting posture in infants, locomotor and postural patterns in healthy and in pathological populations including Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, pulmonary dysfunctions and peripheral arterial disease), Dr. Sara Myers (peripheral arterial disease, cognitive loading and aging locomotion, and human movement variability), or Dr. Mukul Mukherjee (upper extremity motor control and learning, stroke, rehabilitation robotics and effect of visual perception on locomotor adaptation).

Internships

• Internship positions are offered to undergraduate juniors and seniors each semester.
• To apply for an internship, contact Jeffrey Kaipust at 554-3238 or jkaipust@unomaha.edu.

Masters Applicants

• Applications are done through Graduate Studies at UNO.
• Visit http://www.unomaha.edu/graduate/prospective/applyforadmission.php for more information on how to apply.
• All programs require the GRE. For students without a degree from an institution in the United States, the TOEFL may also be required.
For international students, visit the International Studies and Programs page, and click Admissions for more information.
• If you wish to apply for Graduate Assistantships through the school of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, you may search for open positions here. Click on "Current Job Openings" and search open positions. The listing will read "Graduate Assistant – Biomechanics." This application is supplemental to the application required for the entrance into the graduate program.

PhD Applicants

• Specific information regarding the program and application process can be found here.
• Applications are done through Graduate Studies at UNO. Visit this page for more information on how to apply.
• All programs require the GRE. For students without a degree from an institution in the United States,the TOEFL may also be required.
• For international students, visit the International Studies and Programs page, and click Admissions for more information.
• If you wish to apply for Graduate Assistantships through the school of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, you may search for open positions here. Click on "Current Job Openings" and search open positions. The listing will read "Graduate Assistant – Biomechanics." This application is supplemental to the application required for the entrance into the graduate program.

Post-Doctoral Applicants

• We continuously offer positions for a post doctoral degree. Individuals interested in our program should contact Dr. Stergiou via email at nstergiou@unomaha.edu.

For All Applicants

• Please note: All applications must meet the following deadlines

** Fall Semester:

• US Applicants: June 1
• Foreign Applicants: April 1

** Spring Semester

• US Applicants: October 1
• Foreign Applicants: August 1

** Summer Semester

• US Applicants: March 1
• Foreign Applicants: January 1