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Academy of Leisure Sciences (ALS) Future Scholars Program

The purpose of the Future Scholars Program is to provide master’s degree students who are interested (in the next few years) in pursuing a doctorate in an area related to recreation and leisure studies the opportunity to meet some of the outstanding researchers and scholars in the field. Selected applicants will be invited to attend the NRPA Annual Congress as guests of the ALS and the NRPA Education Network. The Future Scholars will receive $1,000 to cover transportation, lodging, and meal expenses. Future Scholars are expected to register for the NRPA conference at the student rate.

Future Scholars Program

Thank you for your interest in the Academy of Leisure Sciences (ALS) Future Scholars Program sponsored by the ALS with support from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Education Network. This packet includes information that you will need to complete your application.

This year’s conference will be held from October 14 to 16, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. At the conference, Future Scholars will be paired with a mentor and have an opportunity to interact with scholars in the field. In addition, Future Scholars will attend meetings hosted by the Academy of Leisure Sciences, the Leisure Research Symposium, and the NRPA Education Network; go to NRPA educational sessions; and participate in social functions. This will be an excellent opportunity for Future Scholars to ask questions about the field and inquire about doctoral program opportunities.

Applications should be submitted to Dr. Deb Kerstetter (debk@psu.edu) as an email attachment (.docx or .pdf formatted) by midnight April 18, 2014.

Best wishes and thank you for your interest in the Future Scholars program!

The 2014 ALS Future Scholars Program Committee Members

FUTURE SCHOLARS PROGRAM

The purpose of the ALS Future Scholars Program is to provide graduate students who are interested in pursuing a doctorate in an area related to recreation and leisure studies the opportunity to meet some of the outstanding scholars in the field by attending the NRPA National Congress.

ELIGIBILITY

Individuals who meet all of the following criteria are eligible to apply:

             currently enrolled in, or have completed a master’s degree in the leisure field;

             have a grade point average of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) during both undergraduate and graduate studies;

             Is not committed to, nor enrolled in, doctoral study at a particular university at the time of application and conference attendance;

             has plans to initiate doctoral studies within the next three years;

             is interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in recreation and parks, leisure studies, tourism, or related discipline;

             has the written support of a faculty sponsor; and

             can attend the 2014 NRPA National Congress.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Members of the 2014 ALS Future Scholars Program Committee will review all applicants using the following criteria:

             academic ability (based on GPA and Faculty Sponsor letter);

             indications of scholarly potential in the field (based on publications, presentations, research experience, applicant’s cover letter, and/or Faculty Sponsor letter);

             strength of intention to pursue doctoral studies in a leisure-related subject (based on applicant’s cover letter and Faculty Sponsor letter); and

             general level of professionalism (based on format and depth of application materials, presentation of written materials, and professional involvement).

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Minors and Releases

Where can a parent sign away a minor’s right to sue and where that will not work.

Audience:                   Sport and Recreation Law Association

Location:                    San Antonio, Texas

Date:                         2009

Presentation:                       Minors and Releases          http://rec-law.us/ZjzUK9

 

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This presentation was given to highlight why minors cannot sign a release and why only a few states have allowed a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.

For other articles about this subject or for the latest information about the topic see:

States that allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue                         http://rec-law.us/z5kFan

 

$5 Million because a church took a kid skiing and allowed him to……..skihttp://rec-law.us/wCXYBH

A Parent (or Guardian) is still in control of a child, no matter what the volunteer may want.         http://rec-law.us/zN0jcl

Adult volunteer responsibility ends when the minor is delivered back to his parents.       http://rec-law.us/wynrnO

Alabama follows the majority of states and does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.                                                                                                                                    http://rec-law.us/Aegeo3

Courtney Love in Outdoor Recreation Law                                                        http://rec-law.us/yEpdBR

Delaware decision upholds a release signed by a parent against a minor’s claims           http://rec-law.us/MWKMmt

Delaware holds that mothers signature on contract forces change of venue for minors claims.http://rec-law.us/JMvEMv

Iowa does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.                  http://rec-law.us/AaLwBF

Maine decision on minor injured in ski school conforms how most states will interpret the facts.            http://rec-law.us/yxZN2M

Maine follows the majority and does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.        http://rec-law.us/zPfJ9V

Minnesota decision upholds parent’s right to sign away a minor’s right to sue.      http://rec-law.us/xyeuOH

New Florida law allows a parent to sign away a child’s right to sue for injuries.     http://rec-law.us/Au1dGE

North Carolina may allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue for injuries when the minor is engaged in non-profit activities sponsored by schools, volunteers, or community organizations            http://rec-law.us/ACYg0m

North Dakota decision allows a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.http://rec-law.us/SDYQHG

Ohio Appellate decision upholds the use of a release for a minor for a commercial activity.        http://rec-law.us/LuYZbv

Release stops suit for falling off horse at Colorado summer Camp.              http://rec-law.us/wtRyK5

Releases are legal documents and need to be written by an attorney that understands the law and the risks of your program/business/activity and your guests/members/clientele.           http://rec-law.us/yVPR8S

States that allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue                         http://rec-law.us/z5kFan

Statutes and prospective language to allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.            http://rec-law.us/zkGtcW

Texas follows majority with appellate court decision holding a parent cannot sign away a minor’s right to sue.    http://rec-law.us/MCh75O

Texas makes it easier to write a release because the law is clear.                 http://rec-law.us/yBjZBb

Wrong release for the activity almost sinks YMCA                                            http://rec-law.us/A9AW0P

You’ve got to be kidding: Chaperone liable for the death of girl on a trip     http://rec-law.us/zqxJTf

Remember the law changes constantly, this presentation may be out of date. Check back at www.recreation-law.com and with your attorney to make sure the information is still valid.

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Call for Contributing Columnists & Student Research Article Submissions

Call for Contributing Columnists & Student Research Article Submissions

The Young Professional is a quarterly publication aimed at providing information specifically for young professionals and students in the parks, recreation, and leisure field. Articles may be testimonials, interviews, opinion, research, best practices highlights or simply informational in nature. The Young Professional will be distributed digitally to all young professionals and students in NRPA’s Young Professional Network, through NRPA Connect, as well as through other social media platforms.

The Young Professional Network seeks students (undergraduate and graduate) to contribute professional columns and research briefs for publication in The Young Professional. Columns may be diverse in style and content, but must be beneficial for young professionals and students in the parks and recreation field. Research briefs are usually slightly longer than columns and are overviews of the research. Research briefs must be beneficial for young professionals and students in the parks and recreation field.

Potential contributors are encouraged to send inquiries to Michael J. Bradley (michael.bradley).

Brooke Burk, PhD

Assistant Professor

Recreation, Parks & Leisure Studies Department

SUNY Cortland

P.O. BOX 2000

Cortland, NY 13045

(607) 753-2448

By Recreation Law          Rec-law@recreation-law.com   James H. Moss                  Jim Moss


American Academy for Parks & Recreation Administration (AAPRA) Best Paper Award

AWARDS

One (1) student will receive a Best Student Paper Award of $500 plus expenses of up to $250 for the author to travel to the Academy’s Annual Meeting to receive the award and present the paper; the paper will be published in Parks & Recreation Magazine.

Certificate of Merit awards will be given to the two (2) next best student papers submitted

ELIGIBILITY

A student paper refers to either a master’s thesis or a major professional paper written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a master’s degree; or to a senior undergraduate thesis written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a baccalaureate degree or similar qualification.

The paper must have been completed in the previous two (2) calendar years.

The paper should make a contribution to scholarly literature and have clear implications for the improved practice of park and recreation administration.

Papers written by students who were pursuing a doctoral degree at the time the paper was written are not eligible.

The writer of the winning paper must personally attend the Academy’s annual meeting during the National Recreation and Park Association’s Annual Congress and present a five (5) minute synopsis of his or her paper.

ENTRY PROCEDURE

An electronic copy of an executive summary of the paper, not exceeding 1000 words should be submitted to the Chair of the Academy’s Best Paper Award Committee. Summaries exceeding this word limit will not be considered. This is due April 15, 2013.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS ARE FOUND ON THE ATTACHMENT.

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Call for Contributing Columnists & Student Research Article Submissions

Call for Contributing Columnists & Student Research Article Submissions

The Young Professional is a quarterly publication aimed at providing information specifically for young professionals and students in the parks, recreation, and leisure field. Articles may be testimonials, interviews, opinion, research, best practices highlights or simply informational in nature. The Young Professional will be distributed digitally to all young professionals and students in NRPA’s Young Professional Network, through NRPA Connect, as well as through other social media platforms.

The Young Professional Network seeks students (undergraduate and graduate) to contribute professional columns and research briefs for publication in The Young Professional. Columns may be diverse in style and content, but must be beneficial for young professionals and students in the parks and recreation field. Research briefs are usually slightly longer than columns and are overviews of the research. Research briefs must be beneficial for young professionals and students in the parks and recreation field.

Potential contributors are encouraged to send inquiries to Michael J. Bradley (michael.bradley).

Michael J. Bradley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Department of Recreation & Park Administration
College of Health Sciences
Eastern Kentucky University
521 Lancaster Avenue, Begley 403
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
T: 859.622.1834
E: michael.bradley

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SRLA Student Research Award

CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline: Monday, 12/3/12

The Sport and Recreation Law Association

This Student Research Award is granted to the student submitting the most outstanding research paper based upon the criteria found below.  The award winner will receive free Conference Registration and reimbursement of up to $500 in expenses to attend The Annual SRLA Conference.  The winning paper and the selected student will be included in the Conference Program to present his/her paper.  The recipient will also be recognized during the Award’s Banquet during the Annual SRLA Conference

Please Note: Using the appropriate format, students may simultaneously submit their manuscript to this award Call for Papers and to the general Call For Proposals for the Conference. 

Application Criteria:

1.     Students must submit a research paper or case note that deals with a significant and novel legal issue related to sport or physical activity. 

2.     The paper must be written in either APA or Blue Book style (follow current editions).

3.     The suggested length for the paper is 10-20 double-spaced pages (not counting Appendices and Endnotes). Applicants must use the Times New Roman 12 pt. font.

4.     The applicant must send the paper as a Microsoft Word document to schoepferk@winthrop.edu before 11:59 p.m. EST Monday, December 3, 2012. Late submissions will not be considered. In the email message accompanying the attached paper, include the student author’s name, mailing address, email address, and telephone numbers. (An email will be sent to the applicant to confirm that the paper has been received.)

5.     The paper and associated research must be the sole work of the applicant, and edited and approved by a faculty advisor.

6.     The applicant must be a graduate student or undergraduate student, and must be majoring in sport/recreation/ physical activity, sport/recreation management, or a related subject area. Students pursuing a law degree are also eligible. Either the student applicant or faculty advisor must be a current member of SRLA at the time of submission.

7.     The faculty advisor must submit a signed document verifying compliance with criteria 5 and 6.

8.     A maximum of three (3) student papers may be submitted from one academic institution.

Criteria for Selection:

1.     Relevance, novelty, and importance of the topic to the legal aspects of sport and physical activity. Topic of the paper must address a legal issue.  Experimental research, survey studies, or summaries of existing research will not be considered.

2.     Quality and thoroughness of research; appropriateness of resources; use of primary resources.

3.     Quality of writing, editing, organization and logic of thoughts, grammar, and citation style.

4.     Adherence to all of the Application Criteria identified above.

The winner of the award will be notified via e-mail in early February.

Verification documents (see criteria #7 above) can be mailed, emailed, or faxed to:

Dr. Kristi Schoepfer

Re: SRLA Student Research Award

Winthrop University

Department of Physical Education, Sport, and Human Performance

WEST CENTER 218A

Rock Hill, SC, 29733

Fax (803) 323-2124

schoepferk@winthrop.edu

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