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  • Chi Sigma Iota Induction

    CHI Sigma Iato ceremony First row L to R: Eliza Taborga, Kimberly Dawn, Dr. Phyllis Jones, faculty advisor, Amrita Sethi Second row L to R: Laura Hamlette, Susanne Hayes, Allison Dobson Third row L to R: Mary Winn, Kristen Madison, John Berry, Brandon Nuckols

    On April 21, 2015, the first cohort was inducted into Longwood’s Chi Sigma Iota honor society. CSI is an international honors society that values academic and professional excellence in counseling.  Since its founding in 1985, Chi Sigma Iota has over 96,000 members and is equally balanced between professional and student members. Dr. Phyllis Jones, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education, is the faculty advisor. 

     
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    Offered through Longwood University in Farmville, Va., the Secrets of ChampionsTM Institute will be held July 12-17, with a three-week online post-residency component.  The Institute offers a comprehensive, professional development, action-packed immersion program carrying knowledge and skills enhancement, along with a national coaching certification for in-service/pre-service coaches and coach administrators at all levels.

    This is the first time the science-based sustained excellence training used by top-level professional and amateur athletes, elite military units and championship organizations is available to coaches without a private consultation contract.

    The curriculum will include:

    • Science of Sustained Excellence
    • Skills Coaching Theory and Practice
    • Use of unique performance tools
    • Competitive Strategies and Tactics
    • Group Performance and Leadership

    Participants will learn from and interact with leaders in the sports performance industry. The cost for the entire program, which includes on-campus accommodations, is $995 per person, and scholarships are available. The priority deadline to register is June 1, 2015. For more information and to register, visit longwoodlancers.com/champions

     

     
  • Tricycles Donated to Head Start

    PHETE donate tricycles Front row: Erica Mawyer, Samantha Byers (Club president) and Ashley Brown Back row: Russell Proffitt, Carolyn Early, and Gloria Lockett of the Farmville Head Start program.

    Longwood’s Health and Physical Education Majors Club donated two heavy-duty tricycles to the Farmville Head Start program.  The tricycles are sized for 3-and 4-year olds and are constructed for heavy use.  Additionally, five appropriately-sized helmets were donated.

     
 
 

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