2011.09.29 > For Immediate Release
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Stergiou Named a Fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology
Omaha - The National Academy of Kinesiology has inducted its newest Fellows at its 81st annual meeting, held earlier this month in Minneapolis.
Eleven U.S. and two international scholars were inducted during a special banquet and ceremony held on the last evening of the conference. Professor
Nicholas Stergiou, a faculty member in the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, was inducted into the National Academy of Kinesiology.
The National Academy of Kinesiology is an honorary organization composed of Fellows who have made significant 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 contributed significantly to this purpose.
Fellows in the National Academy of Kinesiology reflect a “who’s who” of eminent scholars in the field.
For more information on the National Academy of Kinesiology, visit www.nationalacademyofkinesiology.org or call (217) 403-7545.
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