The Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies, and Physical Education aims to provide opportunities for the study of sport and exercise science. The department also offers courses that fulfill requirements in the general education program as well as performance based courses for all students in the college.

Collected here are presentations and papers created by the esteemed faculty of the Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education Department.

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Submissions from 2016

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The Role of Sport as a Mediator in International Relations, Robert C. Schneider

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Understanding and Managing Organizational Politics, Robert C. Schneider

Submissions from 2015

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Balance in Adults with Visual Impairments, Pamela S. Haibach

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Ethics in Sport: Socio-Political Point of View, Robert C. Schneider

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Sport’s Manifestation of Equity across Multiple Demographics, Robert C. Schneider

Submissions from 2014

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Commercialism and the Moral Standing of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Robert C. Schneider

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Sport as a Medium for Supporting Global Problem Solving, Robert C. Schneider

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Utilitarian Moral Theory: Parallels between a Sport Organization and Society, Robert C. Schneider

Submissions from 2013

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The Amateurism Façade of NCAA Major College Basketball and Morality, Robert C. Schneider

Submissions from 2012

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Effective Leadership of Sport Organizations through Political Astuteness, Robert C. Schneider

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The Effect of Pedal Crank Arm Length on Lower Limb Joint Angles in an Upright Cycling Position, Danny Too and Christopher D. Williams

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On the Merit of the Legacy of Failed Olympic Bids, Cesar R. Torres

Submissions from 2010

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The Youth Olympic Games, Their Programs, and Olympism, Cesar R. Torres

Submissions from 1994

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The Role, Direction, and Future of Biomechanical Research in Strength and in Resistance Training, Danny Too

Submissions from 1993

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The Effect of Seat-To-Pedal Distance on Anaerobic Power and Capacity in Recumbent Cycling, Danny Too