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Carrie B. Scherzer and Justine J. Reel

The thought of studying for and taking a certification exam is daunting, perhaps more so for mid- or even late- career sport psychology professionals. Some of us are years, even decades, from formal graduate education and/or the practice of sport and exercise psychology. We earn our paychecks

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Ting Liu, Michelle Hamilton, YuChun Chen, Katie Harris, and Rushali Pandya

Master’s education continues to be the large majority of the U.S. graduate education enterprise both in terms of the number of students enrolled and degrees awarded. Master’s student enrollment applications in the last decade have risen by 2.7% ( Council of Graduate Schools [CGS], 2021

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Maureen R. Weiss

too seriously. When I regressed, Bru was always there to boost my spirits. His enduring positive and optimistic outlook defined his approach to life every day. Bob obtained his B.A. degree in sociology from the University of California, San Diego, in 1975. For several years prior to starting graduate

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Ting Liu, YuChun Chen, Michelle Hamilton, and Katie Harris

Student success in graduate education is an important strategic goal in higher education. Attracting, enrolling, and retaining students in graduate programs involves targeted innovative approaches and programs. Specifically, providing academic support services to assist students in a smooth

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Barry Braun, Nancy I. Williams, Carol Ewing Garber, and Matthew Hickey

As the discipline of kinesiology matures, it is an opportune time to address what students in kinesiology should know to be prepared for their next step. Although there will be nuances and subtleties specific to career-path and graduate-education plans, there are potential benefits to a “core

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David I. Anderson and Richard E.A. van Emmerik

formula for the demise of graduate education . Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 56 ( 6 ), 19 – 22 . 10.1080/07303084.1985.10603786 Hoffman , S.J. ( 2015 ). The unfinished business of Kinesiology. Hetherington Award Acceptance

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Szu-Wei Chen, Tracy Chippendale, and Sharon L. Weinberg

(being employed/not being employed) were dichotomous variables. Education had six response categories ranging from no formal education/illiterate to graduate education. Income had 11 levels ranging from below 5,000 New Taiwan Dollar (NTD) (∼167 USD) per month to above 50,001 NTD (∼1,667 USD) per month

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Isabel Valdez and Ting Liu

project. Perhaps the most impactful statement was that undergraduate research meant “free labor,” indicating that current undergraduate student engagement with research may not be fulfilling. Such a negative perception may impact future research engagement or pursuit of graduate education ( Pearson et

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Chia-Yuan Yu and Biyuan Wang

.46. In terms of the education level, the weighted walking mean time for people with the graduate education level did not change dramatically, but the weighted percentage of walking ≥30 minutes increased from 19.03 to 27.60. For those with high household income (>$75,000), the percentage of walking ≥30

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David R. Bassett, Jeffrey T. Fairbrother, Lynn B. Panton, Philip E. Martin, and Ann M. Swartz

.1080/00336297.2014.918896 10.1080/00336297.2014.918896 Ennis , C.D. ( 2010 ). New directions in undergraduate and graduate education in kinesiology and physical education . Quest, 62 , 76 – 91 . doi:10.1080/00336297.2010.10483633 10.1080/00336297.2010.10483633 Fairbrother , J.T. ( 2010 ). Fundamentals of motor