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Extractions: Physical education and sport sciences programs have been designed to promote basic knowledge in human movement, to provide contemporary professional curricula, and to offer diverse activity programs that provide for the development of motor skills and physical fitness for all students. The Recreation Studies curriculum is designed to provide students with a comprehensive program that includes both basic and practical knowledge in the field of recreation. Both major and minor curricula are offered. Note: Most courses offered through the School of Recreation and Sport Sciences can be retaken up to two times (i.e., one initial registration and two retakes). Variable-credit courses usually cannot be retaken (i.e., with the initial grade being removed), but can be repeated for credit to count toward your degree. While no limit has been set for repeats of PED courses, individual majors, schools, departments, and colleges may limit the number of such hours that can count toward graduation. Selected admission to the major is gained through an on-campus interview and the completion of curriculum application materials, in addition to the regular university application materials, before February 1. For information on how to apply, contact the Athletic Training Academic Program, School of Recreation and Sport Sciences, Ohio University, Grover Center, Athens OH 45701-0689.
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Extractions: Adult DVD Empire Gamelink Adult DVD Explorer Excalibur Films ... News The Pipeline The Pipeline November 2002 We've made it through another October and that means that award season is just around the corner. This is when critics all over the world of porn are scrambling through their notes, piles of screeners and helpful suggestions from PR people to pick the very best from the year in smut. I've been gathering the names of performers, directors and movies that will vie for the coveted Rog Reviews Awards, but you're going to have to wait for those announcements. For now, everyone will have to settle for news and happenings from around the X Rated World. I led off last month's column by talking about the start of the baseball playoffs. It took nearly the entire month to whittle the field of eight down to a single championship team. I was lucky enough to have tickets for the entire playoff run for the Anaheim Angels. Considered huge underdogs to the mighty Yankees, the Angels advanced to face the Twins in the American League Championship Series. The Twins were no match either and that set up an all-California World Series between the Angels and the Giants. Last month I asked for another seven game thriller and that is exactly what we got. Trailing 3 games to 2, the Angels put together an amazing weekend to win the series in 7. Exciting doesn't even begin to describe just how amazing the series was. Congratulations to the Angels for a fantastic season and a great run in the playoffs.
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Extractions: I. PRELIMINARIES A. Attendance: PRESENT: Branch, Cantrill, Coffland, Griffin, Ketterman, Larson, Lay, Luckey, Ron Mitchell (for Sato); Norman, Reis, Robinson, Standley. ABSENT: Lawson, Ostermeier, Walsh. VISITORS: (Associate Dean, Arts and Sciences) Bob Swanson. B. MSC (Coffland, Cantrill; opposed) to approve the minutes of the February 13 meeting. II. OLD BUSINESS: A. The issue of clarifying a Faculty Senate request relating to the November 14 minutes dissolved when Lay pointed out that the next week's minutes, approved without comment by FS, made the necessary clarification. B. Streamlining CC Function: Griffin reported that six of the standing committees which are listed in one or more of three locations (CC bylaws, CC bylaws Appendix E, and The ISU Faculty/Staff Handbook) as being required to report to CC still exist and have chairs. From five of these committees, CC has a copy of bylaws. From none of them has CC heard while Griffin has been a CC member. Council had no suggestions as to what to do about this. Lay relayed (Dean of Graduate Studies) Alan Egger's request that any changes made to the Forms required for curricular change be approved by the Graduate Council as well as CC. C. MSC (Reis, Cantrill; opposed) to forward; MSC (Cantrill, Reis; opposed) to approve, the College of Education, Division I proposals as discussed at last week's meeting:
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Extractions: I. PRELIMINARIES A. Attendance: PRESENT: Cantrill, Coffland, Griffin, Ketterman, Larson, Lay, Luckey, Ron Mitchell (for Sato); Reis, John Bennion (for Lee Robinson), Standley, Walsh. ABSENT: Branch, Lawson, Norman, Ostermeier. VISITORS: (Associate Dean, Arts and Sciences) Bob Swanson, (Professor, Chemistry) John Sutter, (Chair, Foreign Languages) Arthur Dolsen. B. MSC (Larson, Reis; opposed, 1 abstention) to approve the minutes of the February 20 meeting. C. Announcements (actually presented at the end of the meeting): Any CC members interested in running for council office should contact Nancy Griffin; the main council business might be completed next week, leaving streamlining issues to be discussed electronically or by mail; colleges and departments need to be reminded to elect/appoint new CC representatives to take the places of those members whose terms expire at the end of this academic year.
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Extractions: Juxtaposing the historical context of amateurism with modern-day realities, sports columnist Patrick Hruby helps us see some of the values at stake as the line that separates amateurism from professionalism in sports gets smudged. See " Who needs amateurism? " Patrick Hruby, The Washington Times , February 25, 2003. Increasingly, writes Newsday's Michael Dobie, when youngsters are benched or don't win league MVP or suffer some other perceived injustice, parents resort to the courts. For the upsides and downsides of this trend in sports litigation, see " The Litigation Game ," Michael Dobie, Newsday , February 16, 2003. And for two cases in point, see " The Stigma of Suing ," Michael Dobie, Newsday , February 16, 2003, and " Woe Canada ," Michael Dobie, Newsday , February 16, 2003. With its extreme physical contact, violence, valor, and self-sacrifice, hand-to-hand combat, writes sports columnist William Rhoden, is a metaphor football. See " Metaphors, Realities and Football
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Extractions: Gymnastics* * anticipated openings for graduate assistants for 2003-2004 This is a two year position (the second year will be renewed at the conclusion of the first, based upon performance evaluation by the Director of Sports Medicine). There is an out of state tuition waiver and yearly stipend of approximately $10,000 provided. . Must be a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer prior to start date of position. Must have a strong clinical and educational background, recommendations from current supervising athletic trainer and two other references, and be admitted into Auburn University and your desired graduate program. Our Graduate Assistants are placed in charge of a specific team for the duration of their assistantship. Graduate Assistants are responsible for the care and prevention of injuries for their assigned sports team and will maintain communication with coaches, athletic department personnel, parents, team physicians and other medical specialists involved with the care of the athlete. Other duties would include training room coverage and management, student athletic trainer supervision and education, updating medical and personnel files, and helping to improve the overall quality of the sports medicine program and facilities. In addition to your athletic training responsibilities, you are required to progress towards your chosen Master's Degree. In order to retain your stipend, you must be registered each semester, after the first year, you must have completed 50% of your degree program for the assistantship to be renewed.
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Extractions: The Rochester Review, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA As Rochester Review was going to press, word arrived that Steven Chu '70 had been named co-winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize for Physics. Chu, along with William Phillips and Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, was cited for developing novel ways to cool atoms to super-low temperatures with laser light. The work allows researchers to manipulate matter at a temperature that was previously unattainable, and raises the possibility of technologies based in the subatomic realm of quantum physics. "The new methods of investigation that the Nobel laureates have developed have contributed greatly to increasing our knowledge of the interplay between radiation and matter," the citation from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. The work, the citation added, "may lead to the design of more-precise atomic clocks for use in space navigation and accurate determination of position." The three investigators worked independently of each other. A laser-cooling method, developed by Chu while working at Bell Laboratories in 1985, works by bombarding atoms from all sides of six lasers. A double major at Rochester, Chu graduated in 1970 with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in mathematics. As a senior, he won the Stoddard Prize for the best term paper by a physics major. One of his former professors, Thomas Ferbel, professor of physics and astronomy, remembers that Chu liked to stay around after class, talking physics. "You had to kick him out periodically," he recalls. "He was a fine lad, and a superb student," Ferbel says.
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Extractions: Let's pray. Our Heavenly Father, we are thankful for this place where we can meet. We are thankful for the universities and colleges that we represent. We are thankful for the coaching staff we are able to work with. We also think of our student-athletes that you have entrusted us with and we would think about scholarship and leadership as we deliberate in this session today. We invoke your presence now. Amen. At this time, I'd like to introduce our current Officers. Here to my left is Jonathan Seamon, secretary to the ADA and from Lipscomb University; Peggy Foss, the vice president from Michigan-Dearborn; sitting in the audience is Greg Feris, who is the past president from Wayland Baptist University; and I am Kathy Yandell, the president from Texas Lutheran University.
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Extractions: Press Releases are courtesy of the University of Akron Sports Information office. The University of Akron will add women's swimming and diving to its intercollegiate athletics program, Akron Director of Athletics Mike Bobinski announced today. Women's swimming will become the 18th varsity sport at Akron, and the eighth women's sport. UA currently sponsors nine men's sports and rifle, which is co-ed. The inaugural season for the Zips swimming and diving team will be the 1998-99 campaign. There are currently seven Mid-American Conference schools that sponsor women's swimming and diving: Ball State, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Miami, Northern Illinois and Toledo. When Buffalo joins the conference, that will bring the total number of MAC teams to nine. "I'm excited about the addition of women's swimming and diving to our intercollegiate athletic program," said Bobinski. "We have an outstanding facility in the Ocasek Natatorium, strong local/regional high school and club programs to recruit from, and a very competitive conference affiliation. With an enthusiastic and experienced coach like Brian Vereb leading the way, we believe this program can move rapidly from start-up to contender." Brian Vereb (pronounced VER-eb), a North East, Pa. native, will be the inaugural head coach for the Akron women's swimmimg and diving program. Vereb is a 1992 graduate of The College of Wooster, where he earned his degree in exercise physiology. He then worked as an assistant coach for the men's and women's swimming programs at Wooster for three seasons before moving to Ball State, where he worked with the Cardinals' women's program for two seasons. During his tenure with Ball State, the women's program posted its first undefeated season and entered the national rankings. Vereb is currently an assistant women's coach at Fresno State.
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Extractions: Hackensack, NJ Fairleigh Dickinson University Interim Campus Provost Dr. Richard Bronson announced the hiring of David Langford as the school's new Director of Athletics and the Rothman Center. Langford succeeds Associate Director of Athletics Ann Gulino, who served as acting director since July of 2002. "We are delighted to have someone of David's reputation and capabilities to lead FDU athletics to the next level," Bronson stated. "David impressed all of us during the recruitment process. We were fortunate to have an exceptionally strong group of candidates - over sixty highly qualified people from around the country. We were also fortunate to have a superb Associate Director of Athletics, Ann Gulino, who provided important leadership and vision during the search process. We now have the best of both worlds, with David and Ann working together." "I look forward to working closely with the student-athletes, coaches, and staff in the Fairleigh Dickinson athletic department," said Langford, a 20-year veteran college athletics administrator, coach and educator. "The University community is very proud of the scholastic and athletic accomplishments of this department, and I hope that I can contribute to its continued growth."
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