October 8th - 9th, 2020
Virtual Conference
Theme: Dynamic Instructional Strategies for Kinesiology
Deadline for all submissions: is July 1, 2020
International and U. S. faculty & students from all Kinesiology and Health-Related disciplines welcome!
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Congratulations to this year's WSKW award winners!

Young Scholar Award winners:

Zachary Zenko and Catherine Berman (California State University, Bakersfield) ​for their study: To Make Exercise Promotion More Effective, Be Affective: The Early Promise of Dual-Process Frameworks and Future Research Directions

And

Gioella N. Chaparro (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Robert W. Motl (University of Alabama at Birmingham) and Manuel E. Hernandez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) for their study: Effects of Partial Body Weight Support on Dual-Task Walking in Older Adults with Multiple Sclerosis

Bootster Campus Award winner:

San José State University

Faculty awards:

  • Faculty Research Award – Outstanding Oral Presentation

Eric Martin (California State University, Monterey Bay) for his study: Practices to Maximize Benefits of Strength & Conditioning Internships

  • Faculty Research Award – Outstanding Poster Presentation

Heather Van Mullem (Lewis-Clark State College) for her study: Student-Athlete Academic Success and High Impact Practices

Student awards:

  • ​Dr. Matthew Silvers Outstanding Research Critique Awards (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Places)

First Place: Holli Rosas (California State University, San Bernardino)
The Effects of Circuit Training on Elderly Women with Osteopenia

Second Place: William Prince (California State University, San Bernardino)
Effects of Physical Activity on Muscular Strength and Fracture Risk in Children

Third Place: Drucilla Lightfoot (California State University, San Bernardino)
Exercise, Aging and Cognitive Function

  • Dr. Robert Carlson Outstanding Review of Literature Awards (​1st, 2nd, and 3rd Places)

First Place: Amanda Palmer (University of Idaho)
Adolescent Psychological Well-Being: Screen Time vs. Time at Camp

Second Place: Leilani Buelna (San José State University)
Effects of a Motor Intervention Program on Motor Skills and Executive Functions in Children with Learning Disabilities

Third Place: Emily Lenh (San José State University)
The Negative Effects of Technological Dependence on the Mental and Physical Health of Youths and Adults

  • Dr. Lawrence Bruya Outstanding Original Research Poster Awards (​1st and 2nd)​

First Place: Cassady E. Healy, Jackson D. Stayner and Jafra D. Thomas (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo)
Course Design for Quality Online Education: Effective Strategies from the Viewpoint of Undergraduate Teaching Assistants

Second Place: Tabera Joaquin, Stephanie Cromwell, Derek Lee, Rosain Saraburin (CSUEB Kinesiology Research Group – California State University, East Bay)
Mythbusters: Searching and Evaluating Scholarly Journal Articles for Credible evidence

  • Dr. Robert Peavy Outstanding Original Research Award

First Place: Patricia Ruiz Mena, Ivan Garza, Maria Gonzalez, Hyun Un von Euw, Roshetta Vauvei (California State University, East Bay)
Relationship of Lower Limb Power and Handgrip Strength to Cognitive Function

2020 Virtual Conference Quick Guide – Thursday (10/08)
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2020 Virtual Conference Quick Guide – Friday (10/09)
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Online (more information soon!)
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Registration and payment are  two separate steps . Please, complete both steps.

To register, use this link to register for the conference. Then, navigate back to this page to pay your conference fee. See options below.

Conference Fee Payment (via PayPal or by check) – Deadline: Midnight, Wednesday September 30th

Faculty: $40
Students: Free
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To pay your individual conference fee using PayPal (sorry, no group payments with PayPal), click on the Pay Now button bellow.

[note]We do not collect sensitive information (such as credit card data). When you pay the conference registration fee online via PayPal, the transaction is done entirely through PayPal’s site, not through our site. Please, refer to PayPal’s privacy policy for more information.[/note]



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Individual: To pay by check, please print out this form and send it with your check (sorry, we cannot take campus purchase orders/requisitions) to our treasurer:

Group: To pay by check for a group of faculty please print out this group payment form and send it with your check (sorry, no campus purchase orders/requisitions) to our treasurer.

Dr. Seung Ho Chang
San Jose State University
1 Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0054
  • Faculty: $40
  • Students: Free
[note]There is no refund of conference fees other than for serious extenuating circumstances communicated to the conference coordinator in advance of the conference.[/note]

Discipline-specific and interdisciplinary presentations each day
College/University, Faculty, & Student Awards

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Submitting a Proposal for Presentation (Beginning late-January)
Deadline: July 1, 2020
Review guidelines then use the link from the guidelines page to submit contact information and a 250-word abstract.

Session Types

  1. Lecture-Style – 20 minutes (special requests for 50 minutes considered)
  2. Poster Presentation (50-minute session); for original research;
  3. Round Table Discussion – 20 minutes (special requests for 50 minutes considered)
  4. Faculty are responsible for arranging to present from a location with a reliable internet connection and being familiar with web-based conferencing.
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Submitting a Proposal for Presentation (Beginning late-January)
Deadline: July 1, 2020
Review guidelines, then use the link from the “Submission Guidelines for STUDENTS” page to submit contact information and your proposal.

    1. Lecture-style (20 minute session) for selected original research;
    2. Poster Presentations (20-minute session);
      1. Research Critique: for critique of a published research article
      2. Review of Literature: for more in-depth presentation of a topic
      3. Original Research: for presentation of student-led research
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Contact our Executive Director: bethany.shifflett@sjsu.edu