Two HLKN Faculty Inducted Into National Academy of Kinesiology

Written by: CEHD Communications Staff
Post date: September 28, 2017
The National Academy of Kinesiology is pleased to announce the recent induction of its newest Fellows at its 87th annual meeting, held September 14-16, 2017 in Washington, DC. Seven U.S. scholars were inducted during a special banquet and ceremony held on the last evening of the conference.
Professors Susan Bloomfield, associate dean for research, and Richard Kreider, director of the Human Clinical Research Facility, in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, were two of the scholars inducted into the National Academy of Kinesiology.
The National Academy of Kinesiology is an honorary organization composed of Fellows who have made distinguished and sustained contributions to the field of kinesiology through scholarship and professional service. The dual purpose of the National Academy of Kinesiology is to encourage and promote the study and educational applications of the art and science of human movement and physical activity and to honor by election to Fellow those individuals who have moved the field forward as a direct result of their scholarly and professional contributions. Fellows in the National Academy of Kinesiology reflect a “who’s who” of eminent scholars in the field.
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