TitleThe National Academy of Kinesiology’s Unmet Potential in Terms of International Impact
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsCardinal, BJ
JournalKinesiology Review
Pagination81 - 85
Date Published05/2019

There is interest in promoting greater inclusion and participation among international fellows in the National Academy of Kinesiology. There are challenges, however, including understanding the implications of such efforts and considering what the role of a national academy might be in the international community. This essay and the accompanying one by Mark Dyreson, the historian of the National Academy of Kinesiology, attempt to shed light on these issues. In complementary ways, the essays review the ideas and aspirations expressed by the academy’s founders, as well as those who influenced them, the (honorary) fellows in memoriam. Also embedded in this essay is a chronological listing of the international fellows who have delivered the C. Lynn Vendien International Lecture. This list had not previously existed in a single document.

Short TitleKinesiology Review