Scheduled Meetings for Fall 2017 - Tuesday, October 10th at 6 p.m. in the Lantz Club Room
The KSR Club is a registered student organization open to all students in the major concentration areas of: Exercise Science, Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE), and Sports Management. The club meets 3 times during the fall and spring semesters. The club has professional meetings as well as social events. Each major concentration area may meet more times per semester as determined by each of the separate groups.
The KSR Club mission is to assemble KSR students into an organization dedicated to the advancement of all individuals by helping to create a better understanding of wellness, exercise, injury prevention and rehabilitation, and positive sport environments; as well as establishing networks in the KSR profession.
The primary goal of the EIU Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation Club is to provide support and learning opportunities for the knowledge and skills needed for careers in teaching, coaching, athletic training, fitness, exercise science, and sport management careers. Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement as it pertains to physical activity, exercise, and sport. During the last 20 years, kinesiology studies have become an integral and essential part of cultivating a healthy and competitive society, with initiatives and programs impacting a broad spectrum of society.
Meeting Structure: Each meeting begins with a 5-10 minute social/snacks/icebreaker, followed by a work session pertaining to the KSR Club Focus Activity for each semester (approx. 30 min.). After the work session, there will be a break-out session for each of the 4 discipline groups (approx. 30 min. or longer as each group needs). Meetings will last approximately one (1) hour. Social events are designed for students in the club to interact with each other through a variety of fun activities (examples: bowling, bags, softball, volleyball, etc.). Each of the 4 discipline groups may schedule additional meetings throughout the year at their discretion. The club encourages students to be active members in the KSR Club and their respective discipline specific club activities.
KSR Club Focus Activity by Semester:
Note: Each club assigned to the given Focus Activity would drive the discussion for committees such as technology, volunteers, safety, or community support, or whatever the need might be. Then, students would get to choose a committee from the list of committees generated for each of the KSR Club Focus Activities.
Focus Activities Might Include:
Where Dues Go / how spent:
2016-2017 Student Executive Board and Faculty Advisors: to be voted on Spring of Previous Academic Year or first meeting of the Fall Semester of each New Academic Year:
|Ex. Sci. Faculty Advisor||Ms. Maranda Schaljoemail@example.com|
|Ex. Science President||Caro Lamarquefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ex. Science V-President||Andrea Robertsemail@example.com|
|Ex. Science Secretary||Angela Corcoranfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|PETE Faculty Advisor||Dr. Scott Ronspiesemail@example.com|
|PETE President||Courtney Kmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|PETE Vice President||Jay Eshlemanemail@example.com|
|PETE Secretary||Isaiah Fathereefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Spt. Mgt. Faculty Advisor(s)||Dr. Kristin Brownemail@example.com|
|Dr. Tony Oliverfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sp. Mgt. President||Andrew Leighemail@example.com|
|Sp. Mgt. Vice President||Eric Cristfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sp. Mgt. Secretary||Jordan Leslieemail@example.com|
|Sp. Mgt. Treasurer||Mia Davisfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Social Media – KSR at EIU
Facebook and Twitter will be utilized to announce upcoming meeting dates, times, and locations.
KSR Honors Status and Honor Cord Eligibility/Requirements
This is an honorary club at Eastern Illinois University “nested” within the KSR Club. You become an official member of this club and eligible to earn Honor Cords at Graduation when the following criteria are met:
Honor Activity Samples (Samples Ideas Only):