Anderson Sports Performance Lectures
Named after Professor Emeritus Dr. Eugene W. Anderson (1932-1997), these lectures are designed to supplement the department’s educational mission through presentations and interactions with significant professionals from various areas of the sport culture. The chosen speakers are significant professionals from the area who are making contributions to our sport culture and can provide different perspectives relative to sport performance.
We hope the experience helps students develop more interaction with sport enterprise outside the department and the University.
The curriculum of the Department of Kinesiology includes the study and practice of sport. It is clearly understood that sport is a significant element of our culture and that it is conducted in a variety of settings and for a variety of purposes. Therefore, this lecture is established to provide all interested individuals an opportunity to broaden their understanding of this culture phenomenon.