Reviewers

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Reviewers


The Review Panel Chairs (RPCs) are listed immediately under each topic area. The abstract and symposia reviewers for each area then follow.

Biomachanics and Sports Medicine

Duane Knudson (F) (RPC), California State University-Chico

Michael Bird, Truman State University

Rhonda L. Boros, Texas Tech University

Duane V. Knudson (F), California State University-Chico

Darla R. Smith (F), The University of Texas-El Paso

Dance

Gayle Kassing (RPC), Human Kinetics Publishers

Danielle Jay, Northern Illinois University

Gayle Kassing, Human Kinetics Publishers

Sheila Ward, Norfolk State University

Sandra R. Weeks, Texas A&M University--Commerce

Judy Patterson Wright, Human Kinetics Publishers

Exercise Physiology end Fitness

Dale DeVoe (F) (RPC), Colorado State University

Michael G. Bemben (F), University of Oklahoma

Kris Berg (F), University of Nebraska-Omaha

Mark Blegen, Springfield College

John Buckwalter (F), Medical College of Wisconsin

Dale DeVoe (F), Colorado State University

Mariane Fahlman (F), Wayne State University

Michele Fisher, Montclair State University

Heather L. Hall, Elmhurst College

Guy C. Le Masurier, The Pennsylvania State University

Lynda Ransdell (F), Boise State University

John Rosene, Plymouth State University

Jane L. P. Roy, University of Alabama--Birmingham

Albert Ruiz, Texas A&M University--Kingsville

Darlene Sedlock (F), Purdue University

Janet Shaw, University of Utah

Nestor Sherman (F), Texas A&M University--Kingsville

Donna Terbizan (F), North Dakota State University

Health

O. Matthew Adeyanju (F) (RPC), Ohio University

Doris Abood, Florida State University

O. Matthew Adeyanju (F), Ohio University

Kelly Bishop Alley, Alliance For Health Promotion

R. R. Apache, University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Tania Basta, Ohio University

Eric Buhi, University of South Florida

Tim Bungum (F), University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Carolyn C. Cox, Truman State University

Dixie L. Dennis, Austin Peay State University

Mark Dignan (F), University of Kentucky

LyndaJ. Dimitroff, Ithaca College

Mary K. Dinger (F), University of Oklahoma

Mariane M. Fahlman (F), Wayne State University

Brian F. Geiger, University of Alabama-Birmingham

Malcolm D. Goldsmith, Southern Illinois University--Edwards

Heather L. Hall, Elmhurst College

Kristiann C. Heesch, University of Queensland

Kandice M. Johnson, Kennesaw State University

Karen Liller, University of South Florida--Tampa

Judith K. Luebke, Minnesota State University--Mankato

Raffy R. Luquis (F), The Pennsylvania State University--Harrisburg

Beverly Sexton Mahoney, Liberty University

James McKenzie, Ball State University

Warren L. McNab, University of Nevada--Las Vegas

Kim H. Miller, University of Kentucky

Michele J. Moore, University of North Florida

Onyejebose O. Okwumabua (F), University of Memphis

Larry K. Olsen (F), New Mexico State University

Miguel A. Perez (F), California State University--Fresno

Jacquie Rainey, University of Central Arkansas

Anthony Sallar, Ohio University

Jiunn-Jye (JJ) Sheu, University of Florida

Barbara A. Walker, Eastern Illinois University

Ralph Wood, Southeastern Louisiana University

Interdisciplinary

Bradley J. Cardinal (F), (RPC) Oregon State University

Bradley J. Cardinal (F), Oregon State University

Marita K. Cardinal (F), Western Oregon University

Maria Kosma, Louisiana State University

Leisure and Recreation

Jennifer Yuen-ming Mak (RPC), Marshall University

Siu-Yin Cheung (F), Hong Kong Baptist University

Karla A. …

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