Dr. Stamatis Agiovlasitis, director of the Disability Research Laboratory at Mississippi State University, invites applications for Graduate Teaching Assistantships for students interested in pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in Kinesiology under his supervision. The start date of the positions is Fall 2023.
The general theme of the Disability Research Lab is Physical Activity and Health in Individuals with Disabilities, and we have a focus on people with Down Syndrome.
More information about the lab can be found at: https://www.kinesiology.msstate.edu/labs/dsr
Benefits of the assistantship include a full tuition waiver; a competitive stipend; funds for conference travel; and a lot of learning.
The ideal candidate will have a research interest in physical activity for persons with disabilities and strong reasoning, communication, and writing skills.
Information about the graduate programs can be found at:
Information about admissions can be found at: