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Alumnus Damon Andrew named active fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology

September 28, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
Damon Andrew

Damon Andrew

Alumnus Damon Andrew was named an active fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology, an organization that honors persons who have directly or indirectly contributed significantly to the study of and/or application of the art and science of human movement and physical activity.

“I am most flattered and humbled to be welcomed into this group, and I look forward to working with the many thought-leaders in NAK to continue to advance the field of kinesiology as a whole,” Andrew said.

Andrew graduated from the FSU College of Education in 2004 with his Ph.D. in sports administration (currently sport management) and also served as coordinator of academic support services for the division of undergraduate studies during his time at FSU. He now serves as dean and E.B. “Ted” Robert Endowed Professor of the LSU College of Human Sciences and Education.

Prior to LSU, he was dean and professor of the College of Health and Human Services at Troy University. He has taught at the University of South Alabama, University of Florida, and Florida State University. His research productivity includes a textbook, 27 funded grants and contracts, and over 120 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, proceedings, and book chapters. Last year, Andrew was awarded the 2014 FSU College of Education Distinguished Alumni Award for Postsecondary Systems: University.

Read the press release by LSU to learn more about Andrew’s accomplishment.

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