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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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Diane L. Gill

social and shifted to the bio side. Faculty positions and graduate programs in sociohistorical areas have been reduced or eliminated in many kinesiology programs. For example, consider my department, which is more interdisciplinary than most. When I arrived here 31 years ago we had three tenure-track

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Jane E. Clark

be a teacher of health and physical education, I was now starting my first tenure-track position at the University of Iowa where I would teach undergraduates and do research to advance our knowledge about the scientific bases of human movement. But, all departments of physical education in higher

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Thelma S. Horn

service projects related to one’s research work. When I arrived at Miami University, both my department chair (Hal Lawson) and divisional dean (Janet Kettlewell) made it clear that high-quality teaching and research work were top priorities for all tenured or tenure-track faculty members, but that high