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Jeffrey T. Fairbrother and Jared Russell

, Dean’s Forum, and the Undergraduate and Graduate Education Networks’ preworkshop sessions. The Fireside Chat with Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko from the University of Illinois and Melanie Hart from Texas Tech University was very popular. This special issue of Kinesiology Review presents a collection of peer

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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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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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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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Mitch Abrams and Michelle L. Bartlett

not be standard in all relevant graduate education. The importance of using a three-pronged approach: comprehensive prevention, risk assessment, and treatment, cannot be underestimated in moving toward reduction of sexual assault incidences and victims, and the world of athletics is no exception

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Charles B. Corbin, Hyeonho Yu, and Diane L. Gill

publish the results in professional and research journals. The RQ provided an outlet for faculty research and, as Park noted in her review of the 75 years history of the RQ , the “ RQ brought about more research and exacted a positive effect on graduate education ( Park, 2005 , p. S-4).” The leading

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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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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