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Newsletter-2018-02-15

NAKHE

NAKHE Newsletter members who give of their time and talents to make this an association where scholars come to lead. Nevertheless, one should never put all their eggs in one basket. I have tasked the Foundations Committee to undertake three important initiatives: develop a giving campaign, a wealth management plan for our substantial financial holdings, and a sponsorship program. Please consider giving back to NAKHE with your time, money, and talents. No gift is too small. The final goal is to continue promoting NAKHE as a place Where Scholars Come/Learn to Lead”. The Leadership Institute programs coordinated by Steve Estes currently include the Leader Mentor Program, Engaged Scholar Program, Hellison Interdisciplinary Grant, the Leader Development Workshop, and the Department Head Certification Training. I have tasked Steve to chair a special committee to call together leaders from across the subdisciplines to meet in Palm Springs in 2020 to discuss issues related to advocacy in Kinesiology. Each association will send representatives who will speak to issues for which they are most passionate. The sessions will be run much like the 2014 collaborative congress we hosted in San Diego. I have tasked the special committee to find a dynamic keynote speaker that will draw leaders in our field to attend the 2020 Palm Springs conference managed by Vice President-Elect Tim Baghurst. I will keep you posted as to our progress toward meeting these goals each month in this newsletter. In the meantime, please let me or one of our Board of Directors know of other ways in which we can address these goals. Go NAKHE! Betty betty.block@tamuc.edu Visit us on the web at www.nakhe.org/ Welcome to our newest members! Thanks for stopping for a quick photo. See you next year! 2018 Leadership Development Workshop (limited to 50 participants) July 11-13, 2018 Flagstaff, AZ This year’s Leadership Development Workshop (LDW) will take place on the campus of Northern Arizona University in beautiful Flagstaff. A new format of the workshop, including outdoor activity sessions, will allow for unconventional approaches to develop one’s own leadership style with the hope of taking those leadership lessons back to our home campuses. Like previous LDWs, this year’s workshop will bring leaders together to brainstorm solutions to some of the complex problems facing higher education. Our work will take place mostly outdoors utilizing a dynamic environment that will allow for opportunities to challenge ourselves and develop effective solutions to those challenges. As a component of understanding our ability to solve problems, we will be exploring new brain research highlighting how we think better when we physically move, an interesting return to the “peripateo” concept of Plato and Aristotle. We will be working through group initiatives, hiking, geocaching, and enjoying the stunning scenery as we are talking and learning from colleagues across the country. Program leaders: Lynda Ransdell, Vanessa Fiaud, and Gayle Wells http://www.nakhe.org/leadership-development

NAKHE Newsletter CALL FOR NOMINATIONS Congratulations to our first Department Head Certification Training Completers and Trainers. From left to right, Jesse Germain (trainer), Jody Langdon, Gwen Weatherford, Shewanee Howard-Baptiste, Camille O’Bryant (mentor), Kris Jankovitz, Kacey DiGiacento, Brian Culp, Daniel Burt, Lynda Randsdell (trainer), Beth Hersman, Betty Block (trainer), Gayle Wells, Emilia Zarco, Steve Estes (trainer), Tara Tietjen- Smith, Damon Andrews (trainer). Not pictured: Britt Johnson (VP running the conference), Joe Deutsch and Martha James-Hassan (weather delay) Awards Quick Links: Distinguished Service, Scholar, and Administrator Awards Hally Beth Poindexter Young Scholar Award Joanna Davenport Graduate Student Poster Award Engaged Scholar Program Leadership Mentor Program Hellison Interdisciplinary Research Grant NAKHE Fellows Questions? Contact Andy Shim, Awards Committee Chair Make plans now to attend the 2019 Annual Conference! 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE JANUARY 9-12 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Best Practices in Kinesiology: Showcasing our Successes http://www.nakhe.org/conferences

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