The fifth annual HLKN Distinguished Lecture Series, "International Perspectives in Health, Kinesiology and Sport."
Since 2010, the Health & Kinesiology Distinguished Lecture Series has featured eminent individuals in the fields of kinesiology, health, sport management and physical activity to speak and interact with our students, faculty and the University. All lectures are free of charge, thanks to support from the Department of Health & Kinesiology and the College of Education & Human Development.
Speakers for the 2014 DLS included:
- "Nutrition, Aging, and Longevity" - Nicolaas Deutz, MD, PhD
- "Nutrition and Health Promotion" - Judith C. Rodriquez, RD, PhD
- "Promoting Diversity and Ethics in Sport" - C. Keith Harrison, EdD
- "Study Abroad and International Program Opportunities" - Panel Discussion
- "Physical Inactivity and Genetic Predisposition: Two Major Drivers of the Ongoing Obesity Epidemic" - Claude Bouchard, PhD
- "Managing and Marketing International Athletes" - Billy Kuenzinger, Esq.
- "Olympic and National Event Management and Impact" - Brian Eaton, MS
- "Experiences as a Personal Trainer and Health/Fitness Coach - From TAMU to National TV!" - Britny Fowler '06
- "International Health Promotion" - Collins Airhihenbuwa, PhD
- "Promoting International Health & Fitness: The Curves International Experience" - Panel discussion with Monty Sharma, MBA, Hannah Karass and Katie Mitchell
- "Health Promotion in Adolescents and Schools" - Bill Potts-Datema, MS, FASHA, FAAHE
- "Exercise is Medicine: The Underfilled Prescription" - Barry Franklin, PhD
To learn more about the speakers and see previous video presentations, visit the DLS website.