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David R. Bassett, Jeffrey T. Fairbrother, Lynn B. Panton, Philip E. Martin and Ann M. Swartz

Sciences over 5 years. This was coupled with a 50% reduction in the Department of Kinesiology’s operating budget, which resulted in a decline from 14 to 7 tenure-track faculty in kinesiology. The current undergraduate student-to-faculty ratios at these four universities are shown in Figure  3 . Figure 3

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Timothy A. Brusseau

resources. In fact, until this year (when we received a commitment for three new lines), our program had not received a new faculty line in more than a decade. Student-to-faculty ratios ballooned to more than 100:1. Such growth has spiked core course enrollments to well over 100 students each semester and

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Peter F. Bodary and M. Melissa Gross

-century kinesiology students for successful futures. Part 2: Gameful Learning—Combining Autonomy and Student Engagement at Scale Although blended learning with smaller course enrollments can provide a highly engaged learning environment, many kinesiology programs have high enrollments and a high student-to-faculty