Kinesiology professors to present at University Scholar Series

College of Applied Sciences and Arts Kinesiology Professors Ted Butryn and Matthew Masucci will present a lecture as part of the San José State University Spring 2014 University Scholar Series on female triathletes’ awareness of doping and the anti-doping movement. They will speak on Feb. 26, from noon to 1 p.m. in King Library 225/229. The event is free and open to the public.

The professors investigated female triathletes and their awareness of doping as well as the anti-doping movement with a two-year grant from the World Anti-Doping Agency. Butryn is a 2012 Salzburg Fellow and professor of sport sociology and sports psychology. Masucci is an associate professor of interdisciplinary sport studies. They are codirectors of the Department of Kinesiology’s Qualitative Research Lab.

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See the attached PDF for a flier of the event. Butryn_Masucci

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