This summer, our very first online cohort reached a major milestone and we couldn’t be more proud. Fourteen students traveled to UNCG to present their dissertation proposals. Proposal Week was a four-day event set up for this group. This event was quite special as it was the first time the whole cohort was required to be together again since orientation. “It was kind of like a family reunion,” says Pam Brown, director of the EdD in KIN program, “some people had gotten married, had children, or changed jobs since they started the program, and it was really special catching up.”
While the ’14 cohort was on campus, they also made a collective donation to Dr. Cathy Ennis’ memorial scholarship fund. This touching and unexpected gesture was made in honor of Dr. Ennis’ personal guidance of the students in this cohort.
With the completion of their comprehensive exams and the defense of their dissertation proposals, this group is on track to graduate next May. The wide range of dissertation proposals demonstrated the interdisciplinary approach of an EdD degree. The students set out to explore and help solve issues related to professional practice in the field of kinesiology, from using physical activity to prevent burnout in social workers, to educating musicians about music-related risks that can harm auditory function, this group covered it all. See the complete list of proposals below.
Our ‘14 cohort is setting an example for the subsequent cohorts, and we look forward to seeing them again next May as they defend their dissertations and graduate!
- Sociocultural Competence In Sport Coaching Education Project
- Growth-minded Athletes: Do Coaching Feedback Focal Points Matter?
- Person-centered Care In Athletic Training: A Case Study Approach
- An Investigation Into The Relationship Between Perceived Stress, Burnout, And Physical Activity Participation Levels In Social Workers
- Increasing Physical Activity And Self-efficacy In Physical Education Through Internet Programming, A Modern Approach
- The Relationship Between Physical Fitness And Academic Achievement Among 4th And 5th Grade Boys And Girls From High And Low-poverty Backgrounds
- The Influence Of Acculturation And Professional Socialization On Fitness Oriented Students’ Interpretation And Delivery Of The
- Teaching Games For Understanding Model
- The Effects Of Teaching Strategies On Moderate To Vigorous Physical Activity Intensity
- The Effect Of An Introductory Strength Training Program On Acl Injury Risk Factors.
- An Evaluation Of The United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center And School Human Performance Program
- The Effects Of Modified Martial Arts Programming On Older Adults
- Online Hearing Conservation Programming For College Musicians
- North Carolina High Schools Coaches’ Knowledge Of The Female Athlete Triad