Monthly Archives: March 2013

Local yoga studio looking for expert in kinesiology and “movement in the mind-body categories of activity”


Dear Students, I was contacted by Ms. Tammy Kaousias on behalf of The Glowing Body yoga studio in Knoxville. The studio is looking for someone with expertise in Kinesiology who would be willing to contribute to their yoga teacher training program. The … Continue reading

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Information on Postgraduate Research Studentship (University of Greenwich)


Dear Students, please see the attached information regarding a Postgraduate Research Studentship at the University of Greenwich under lead supervisor Professor Paul Ward. Project title:  Expert Performance and Perceptual-Cognitive Skill Training in Complex Environments Project Description: This project will increase … Continue reading

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Central Program Council’s Issues Committee Spring Applications


Dear Graduate students, please see the following message regarding the Issues Committee Spring applications: Hello,  My name is Hannah Bailey, and I am the Vice Chair of the Central Program Council’s Issues Committee. Our spring membership drive is beginning this … Continue reading

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Graduate Student Senate Travel Award Deadline


The deadline for the next round of Graduate Student Senate Travel Award applications is Monday, April 8 by 5:00p.m. for travel April 15-August 31.   All applications must be received by this date to allow time for review.  For more information and the … Continue reading

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Cultural Studies in Education (CSE) certificate courses (Fall 2013)


Listed below are the courses that the Cultural Studies in Education (CSE) masters and certificate program plan on offering in Fall 2013.  These courses count for the CSE graduate certificate as well. If you have any questions please contact the … Continue reading

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