FSU Center for Sport, Health, & Equitable Development
The FSU Center for Sport, Health, and Equitable Development (SHED) is a dynamic center for sport-bas
The FSU Center for Sport, Health, and Equitable Development (SHED) is a dynamic center for action-oriented collaborative research and community engagement in the areas sport, health, and equitable development. Vision Statement
The Center for Sport, Health, and Equitable Development strives to mobilize sport and physical activity toward the development of healthy communities through collaborative engagement focusing on equitable social and organizational progress.
Operating as usual
This past weekend, FSU Sport Management Graduate and Undergraduate Students hosted a basketball tournament at a local resource center serving individuals experiencing homelessness. The students planned and executed the tournament learning lesson in event operations, marketing, finance, volunteer management, diversity and inclusion in sport. The event was made possible by a grant from FSU's Office of Undergraduate Studies.
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The SHED is planning to expand its relationship with the Renaissance Community Center over the coming months. More specifically, we will be conducting research on the effects of relocation to the new Emergency Services Center on W. Pensacola St. Working with RCC clients, we are also looking to create new transportation options to and from the new Emergency Services Center. Contact Dr. Newman if you are interested in joining the project!
Only 4 days until our next SHED open meeting! Hope to see you there - Tully Gymnasium @ 1pm
The next SHED open meeting will be held at Tully Gymnasium on Feb 6th @ 1pm (room TBA). See upcoming meeting dates at http://shed.coe.fsu.edu
UPDATE: New times for RCC basketball (T/R @ 12:30-3:00pm) http://shed.coe.fsu.edu/news.html
Interested in becoming a Graduate Student Fellow? Visit the link to find out how!
Visit the FSU Center for Physical Cultural Studies for a complete description of Center goals, events, initiatives, and ways to get involved! http://www.fsupcs.org
The students and faculty fellows of the Center for Physical Cultural Studies are excited to announce that on November 5-6, 2012 we will be hosting our first Culture and the Active Body symposium. The event will serve as the launch event for the CPCS and will feature presentations from leading international scholars of the active body.
Visit http://pcs.coe.fsu.edu/symposia.htm for full details!
Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/fsupcs
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