Dr. Ted Butryn Named Research Fellow with NASSS

Congrats to Dr. Ted Butryn, who was recognized as a member of the inaugural class of 26 research fellows for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) in Windsor Ontario, Canada.

The NASSS Research Fellow is awarded to members that have had a consistently productive record of published scholarship and academic presentations over the balance of their career.

Dr. Butryn has published over 20 refereed journal articles, and along with numerous published book chapters, he also has presented over 50 juried presentations at various academic conference. Dr. Butryn is pictured below with 2017 NASSS president Dr. Theresa Walton-Fisette.

2018 Kinesiology Graduation Celebration! A Night in Pictures.

Another great year in the Department of Kinesiology, CHaHS, capped with a lovely graduation evening at Avaya Stadium on Friday, May 25, 2018. We wish all our #KIN18 Graduates the best of luck, health, and success in life. We will see everyone soon at our alumni events!

Team cohesion for Dr. Tsuruike, and at graduation…then the clouds rolled in. – at Avaya Stadium

Wonderful to see so many graduate students celebrating their masters degrees! Very proud of you all, now go forth and make a difference in this crazy world.

Celebrating a great achievement with my fine grad students – at Avaya Stadium

Proud of all and grads, but especially proud of my graduate sport management advisees. Onward!

KIN Graduate Exercise Physiology Program Approved as NSCA ERP Certified

Our huge congrats to Dr. Craig Cisar, whose S&C graduate program has met the criteria and been approved as an NSCA ERP Recognized Graduate Strength and Conditioning Program. Quite the honor! #SJSU @CASASJSU #CHaHS @SJSU #KIN

Craig Cisar
Professor
Exercise Physiology & Exercise Sciences
Spartan Complex 117

There is an increasing need for well-trained and qualified professionals to work with athletic-oriented populations toward the achievement of optimal human performance, this program certification will help meet those societal needs.

Click here to review the program. Strength & Conditioning – NSCA Graduate Education Recognition Program