August 17, 2013 Sport Studies News from Canada, CA, IL, & MO

by C. H. Wilson, Jr. on August 18, 2013

  1. Dr. Conrad L. Woolsey Named Director of Nutrition and Human Performance at Logan University’s College of Health Sciences “Logan University has announced the appointment of Conrad L. Woolsey, PhD, as director of its Master of Science degree program in Nutrition and Human Performance in the College of Health Sciences. He will report to Sherri A. Cole, PhD, dean of Logan’s College of Health Sciences.

    Dr. Woolsey is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and Certified Consultant—Association of Applied Sports Psychology (CC-AASP). He most recently worked at the United States Sports Academy in Daphne, Ala., where he was an assistant professor and chair of the sports studies/coaching department. He has also taught at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo., and the University of Missouri-Columbia (UMC). “

  2. UNBC should consider kinesiology Prince George Citizen. “For university-level athletes, a popular area of study is kinesiology and UNBC … For those not in the know, kinesiology is the study of anatomy, physiology and …”
  3. Santa Rosa high school concussion testing program on hold Santa Rosa Press Democrat. “The delay occurred when it was determined that Sonoma State University’s kinesiology department would not supply needed athletic trainer candidates for the …”
  4. Sports Psychology Night Bay Today. “… Cassidy Preston, is providing an opportunity for local parents and coaches of youth athletes to come learn about sport psychology and how it applies to them …”
  5. Illinois State’s sport management program shines Illinois State University Stories. “A job in sports can be a great gig—if you can find one. Illinois State’s sport management program has a great track record of training students to do just that.”

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