October, 2021
October (6th-8th) 2021 WSKW Conference
Online format
International and U. S. faculty & students from all Kinesiology and Health-Related disciplines welcome!
Theme: Power Up, Leading Through the Challenges
Deadline for all submissions: June 15, 2021
2021 WSKW Conference Registration Form

2021 Conference Materials

  • Program Information will be available closer to the conference date.
Out of an abundance of caution and based on our commitment to your health and safety, the 2021 WSKW conference will be hosted in a virtual format.

Registration –  Deadline 9/30/21 

We will be unable to process conference registrations after 9/30/21 at 11:59 pm PT.
Conference Payment Fee - By Check

$125; Faculty Conference Registration
$50; Student Conference Registration

To pay by check (sorry, no purchase orders, invoicing, procurement cards, or comparable processes) please  complete this individual payment form  and send it along with your check to our treasurer:

Dr. Seung Ho Chang
San Jose State University; Dept. of Kinesiology
1 Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0054

Note, if making a payment for a group,  please use this group form .

** Both the individual and group forms will be downloaded directly on to your device; there is no preview.

Conference Payment Fee - via PayPal

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Student & Faculty Fees



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Discipline-specific and interdisciplinary presentations each day

College/University, Faculty, & Student Awards

Information For Faculty

Submission Guidelines for FACULTY

Submitting a Proposal for Presentation (Beginning late-January)
Deadline: June 15, 2021
Review guidelines then use the link from the “Submission guidelines for FACULTY” page to submit contact information and an 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.

Information For Students

Submission Guidelines for STUDENTS 

Submitting a Proposal for Presentation (Beginning late-January)
Deadline: June 15, 2021
Review guidelines, then use the link from the “Submission Guidelines for STUDENTS” page to submit contact information and an abstract.
    1. Lecture-style (20-minute session) for selected original research;
    2. Poster Presentations (20-minute session);
      1. Research Critique: for a critique of a published research article
      2. Review of Literature: for a more in-depth presentation of a topic
      3. Original Research: for the presentation of student-led research

Awards

University, Faculty, & Student Awards

Questions

Contact our Conference Coordinator – Dr. Jennifer Sherwood