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Jane E. Clark

at the University of Washington. Three of the University of Washington professors, Abernathy, Broer, and Wilson, were fellows of the American Academy of Physical Education (AAPE)—the field’s honorary academy for the top 100 living scholars. What a transformational 2 years. Pausing Graduate Education

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Rena M.G. Curvey, Shannon C. White, Emily A. Murphy, Travis R. Scheadler, Myles T. Englis, Laura L. Phelps, and Candice N. Hargons

clients’ world views; APA, 2003 ). To best prepare future practitioners to be culturally competent, an understanding of what multicultural training has looked like in a sport psychology context (e.g., training programs, graduate education, continuing education, and applied practice) is important

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Jeffrey J. Martin

enhance graduate education, as graduate students learn about applying for and managing a grant, as well as research skills, such as research design, analyses, writing, and so forth. Grant experience as doctoral students is important to prepare students to obtain funding as beginning professors. Many upper

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Jeffrey Martin

identified in Silva’s commentary related to graduate education, accreditation of graduate programs, integration of sport organizations, ethics, and job opportunities. Ironically, the section on job opportunities was not about limitations but instead about “the myth of the lack of jobs.” Unfortunately, Silva

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John H. Challis

’s budget for the review period (2015–2019). Report the program total extramural dollars (direct costs) for all contracts, grants, training program grants, and so forth. If the grant is for instruction, but not for research, then these funds should only be reported if the funds are for graduate education. B

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Jane E. Clark and Jill Whitall

0999152X 10.1017/S0140525X0999152X Hoffman , S. ( 1985 ). Specialization + fragmentation = extermination: A formula for the demise of graduate education . Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 56 ( 6 ), 19 – 22 . 10

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Mathieu Michaud, William J. Harvey, and Gordon A. Bloom

.1186/s13643-016-0384-4 10.1186/s13643-016-0384-4 Plano Clark , V. , Garrett , A. , & Leslie-Pelecky , D. ( 2010 ). Applying three strategies for integrating quantitative and qualitative databases in a mixed methods study of a nontraditional graduate education program . Field Methods, 22 ( 2

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University A series of serendipitous events characterizes my career in academia. I have had as many failures as successes and made as many mistakes as good decisions. Consequently, I have learned much along the way. Although my graduate education focused on motor learning and control, most of my research has