The SSES participates in a European Union project to recruit Young Leaders to develop European Sport Project Management skills
A team 24 Young Leaders from across Europe will be recruited for sport project management training
Congratulations to Bruno Smirmaul, who has recently completed the final presentation of his Masters degree at the University of Campinas in Sao Paulo. Bruno spent 8 months with SSES between January and August last year working closely with Professor Sam Marcora and current PhD student Luca Angius.
On behalf of the department we would like to congratulate Bruno and wish him all the best for the future.
Dr Mark Burnley, lecturer at the University of Kent discusses doping and sport on The Pod delusion (starts 24min 18sec in).
The spring term Medway careers and employability events is open to all students. These events are also listed on www.kent.ac.uk/employability
Last term the careers and employability service at Medway provided individual support to over 400 students on all aspects of career planning and employability skills development. They also delivered a variety of presentations within Schools, as well as weekly workshops that are open to all students.
The University of Chichester have a number of PhD's on offer.
Application deadline: 28th January 2013
1. The Influence of Social Networks and Social Support of Individuals Losing Weight.
Email Dr Ruth Lowry for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org),
2. Transformational Leadership in Sport
Email Dr. Matt Smith for more information (email@example.com)
3. Effects of Environmental Temperature on Physiological and Cardiovascular Responses during Eccentric Exercise
The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences staff will be providing physiological testing to cyclists at the London Bike Show at the ExCel from 17th-20th January.
The London Bike Show is the UK's premier cycling exhibition and in 2012 attracted over 85,000 people, ranging from recreational to professional cyclists, coaches and general enthusiasts.
Andy Galbraith will present at the research seminar held on Wednesday 16th at 1pm in G4-04. He has completed a year long study monitoring the fitness levels and training practices of a group of highly trained endurance runners. His presentation topic will be on 'The distance-time relationship and its use in endurance training and performance'.
Anne Marciniak PhD student at Brunel University, is conducting a Research Survey on Pain and Sport and is looking for 15 participants to take part in this survey.
If you are interested in taking part than you must meet following criteria:
- you are age 18 or older
- you experience pain while training on a regular basis
- that the level is high enough to make the questionnaire meaningful and that it increases during the training session.
- that you will complete a questionnaire once a week over a 3 week period.
Brian Minikin Sports Management lecturer at SSES will present at the research seminar held at 1pm today in room G4:04. His topic will be on "Assessing the readiness of national sporting bodies to undertake the business of sport".