The Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness (WSKW) invites you to join us for the 59th Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada October 8-10, 2014 at Harrah's Reno!
About the Conference
WSKW attracts leading professionals in the fields of kinesiology and wellness. It offers all participants the opportunity to learn about and present scholarship, while developing strong professional relationships in a personal atmosphere. Our host city of Reno, the “Biggest Little City in the World,” is known for its temperate climate, entertainment, and fine dining. Historically, the ethos for the WSKW conference has been represented by the phrase, “Where the conferee is the program and mentoring and networking are the foundation.” This philosophy has stood for over 50 years. A few additions have been added in recent years providing a variety of opportunities for conferees to engage with their peers.
Registration starts at 4:30 on Wednesday at conference headquarters. Evening sessions will follow. A more detailed list of sessions will be provided in the weeks leading up to the conference.
The cost $95 for professionals and $45 for students. The cost for a guest joining us for the Thursday luncheon is $25. Presenters are expected to register in advance for the conference. All others are also encouraged to pre-register to assist in the planning. Direct registration questions to the Treasurer, Jason Slack at Utah Valley University at 801 863-7488 or by email at Jason.Slack@uvu.edu. A registration form is available online at www.wskw.org
Rooms for the meeting will be reserved at the Harrah’s Reno at 219 N. Center Street, Reno, Nevada (www.harrahsreno.com). More information regarding hotel reservations and rates will be provided. Please check back to the website for more information.
The 2014 WSKW Conference Keynote Speaker is Dr. Steve Jefferies. A Professor at Central Washington University, Dr. Jefferies will be delivering the keynote address, "50 Million Strong: Health and Physical Education's 21st Century Moon Shot."
E.C. Davis Lecture
The 2014 WSKW Conference E.C. Davis Lecture will be given by Dr. Sharon K. Stoll. A Professor at the University of Idaho, Dr. Stoll will be presenting "Character and Leadership: Musings from a Weathered Athlete."