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Rick Eckstein

By Kirsten Hextrum. Published 2021 by Rutgers University Press . $34.95. 242 pp. ISBN: 9781978821200 As the legal proceedings conclude in the so-called Varsity Blues college admissions debacle, Kirsten Hextrum’s new book, Special Admission , could not have come at a better time. Hextrum

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John H. Challis

-related indices can be divided into four categories (admissions, support, publications, and employment): their weightings were Students Indices—34% Admissions —12% Selectivity—2% GRE: verbal—5% GRE: quantitative—5% Graduate assistant support —13% Doctoral publications —2% Employment —7% Postdoctoral

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Salih A. Salih, Nancye M. Peel, Di Enright, and Wendy Marshall

between the level of PA and functional outcome for older persons particularly in the community. In the inpatient rehabilitation setting, a study by Peel and Kuys ( 2013 ) found a significant relationship between the average daily walking activity prior to discharge and change in gait speed from admission

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Phillip Ward

.e., the challenges); and responses to the pressure points that are designed to stem the reductions in admissions and to in turn increase admissions (i.e., the capacities for program growth). Figure 1 —The teacher pipeline. I want to draw the reader’s attention to four considerations that should be used in

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Takahiro Ogawa, Yuki Sueyoshi, Shintaro Taketomi, and Nobumasa Chijiiwa

Clinical information on admission, including age, sex, height, body weight, appendicular skeletal muscle index (SMI), and functional independence measure (FIM), were, retrospectively, reviewed from the clinical database as baseline data. Body mass index (BMI) was calculated as weight in kilograms divided

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Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney, and Cheri A. Levinson

-athletes. Specifically, the following questions were evaluated: 1) if all patients engaging in a graded exercise program improved in physical measures at discharge compared to admission; 2) if AN patients undergoing weight gain improved in physical measures at discharge compared to admission; and 3) if athletes and non

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Ting Liu, Michelle Hamilton, YuChun Chen, Katie Harris, and Rushali Pandya

meaningfully combine with their background or offer a way to increase their market value. In this case, recruiting from undergraduate programs on campus serves as an internal pipeline that sends students to the Exercise Science graduate program. Internal Approach: Remove GRE as Graduate Admissions Requirement

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Larry Weber, Thomas M. Sherman, and Carmen Tegano

Does early admission for scholarship athletes increase their chances of academic success? The findings from this 2-year study suggest that student athletes with low admission qualifications who participated in a summer transition program achieved higher grade point averages, more secure athletic and academic eligibility, and greater potential to graduate than similar student athletes not participating in the transition program.

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Jonathan R. Males, John H. Kerr, and Joanne Hudson

’s preparation and performance in a recent Olympic Games; (b) detail how the consultancy process was affected by the athlete’s late admission of his deteriorating relationship with his coach, using Jowett’s ( 2007 ) model for comparison; (c) describe the sport psychology interventions implemented by the SPC

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Emily T. Green, Narelle S. Cox, and Anne E. Holland

regular PA, had cognitive impairment (Mini-Mental State Exam < 24 or diagnosis of dementia), or were receiving a home-based rehabilitation service. Eligibility and interest in participation were screened on admission to the program, while consent and baseline measures were collected on client discharge