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David H. Perrin

’s role as a faculty member in higher education, and it heavily influenced my own career trajectory. I recall as a young boy asking Ron, a professor of philosophy, to explain the meaning of the word “philosophy.” With Ron and I both having careers in higher education, we frequently discussed the issues

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Nancy I. Williams and Alan L. Smith

main workshop was preceded by two preworkshops focused on “Undergraduate Recruitment, Retention, and Career Trajectories” and “Facilitating and Highlighting Faculty and Student Research in Kinesiology.” Over 200 academic leaders from 86 institutions participated in these leadership gatherings. The

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Jessica L. Kutz, Melissa Bopp, and Lori A. Gravish Hurtack

examine issues related to their students’ success within their undergraduate programs and career trajectories. For today’s kinesiology student, there are issues associated with finances, fulfillment of academic or clinical prerequisites, preparation for certifications and career trajectories, and other

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Cassandra Iannucci and Kevin Andrew Richards

) used the terms risk factors or protective factors to describe factors affecting teachers’ career trajectories. Risk factors may present as challenging situations or conditions that physical education teachers experience or negotiate throughout their careers on an isolated or ongoing basis. Risk

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David I. Anderson

(whatever that might be), and 25 years later, I am still working at SFSU. The university altered my career trajectory in more ways than simply changing my intended geographical location. During my doctoral work at LSU, I had the good fortune of being exposed in equal measure to the two paradigms that have

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Barbara E. Ainsworth

my career trajectory in physical activity assessment. I met many of the leaders in physical activity and health and began to develop a reputation as a rising expert in the assessment of physical activity. To this day, some 30 years later, I credit Dr. Leon for his continued mentoring and belief in me

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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

difficult decisions related to institutional priorities, the value of offering PETE in the curriculum remains a topic of debate for departmental administration and university stakeholders. The PETE program discontinuation due to shrinking enrollments typically has a significant impact on the career

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David K. Wiggins

Seaver, who had a 4–4 pitching record as a high school senior. A similar type of career trajectory is not uncommon in academia, with some of our most productive scholars freely admitting relatively poor performances during their early school days, and only realizing success in their chosen field