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Barbara E. Ainsworth

the usual: teach classes, conduct research, and serve on committees. This was a time of growth in how to navigate the rigors of being in a tenure-track position. Everything was new and somewhat overwhelming. I had taught physical activity courses before, but never lecture classes. In retrospect, I

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Packianathan Chelladurai

. Dr. Zeigler would have none of it. “Why do you want to bounce the ball and blow the whistle all your life?” he would ask. When he became the Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education at UWO, he offered me a 1-year lecturer’s position. After 1 year, I was put on the tenure track as an assistant

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Melinda A. Solmon, Kim C. Graber, Amelia Mays Woods, Nancy I. Williams, Thomas J. Templin, Sarah L. Price, and Alison Weimer

their junior year. Thus, the number does not include freshmen and sophomore students who have not yet declared their intent. Enrollment in the graduate program, particularly the PhD program, is consistently high and averages approximately three students per tenure-track faculty member. The undergraduate

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Thelma S. Horn

priorities for all tenured or tenure-track faculty members, but that high-quality service was also expected for faculty at all levels. That included service to the university but also to the profession. Although those administrators are no longer at my university, I have tried to adhere to their high