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Exercise and Sport Studies faculty and students represented Ithaca College at the 27th annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) conference held October 3-6 in Atlanta, GA. AASP is the premier international conference in sport and exercise psychology.

At AASP Assistant Professor Justine Vosloo (Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences) gave a lecture on a research study titled: "Examining the Impact of Mentoring on Retention of Collegiate Women Coaches". Study authors included: Justine Vosloo, Assistant Professor Miranda Kaye (Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences), along with Kristen Dieffenbach and Jack Watson (West Virginia University).

Three ESS graduate students presented a lecture and a poster that they collaborated with faculty on:

  • Lecture: "Put a Sock in it! The Use of Self-Disclosure in Applied Sport Psychology" by William Way and Justine Vosloo
  • Poster: "Taking the Plunge: A Beginner Performance Consultant's Experience" by Aliyah Emas, William Way, Samantha Diamond, Justine Vosloo

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