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Rosalee G. Weiss, Ph.D. established the Raymond A. Weiss Lecture Series to honor her husband. Raymond A. Weiss is a former department chairperson and head of the Division of Physical Education, Health and Recreation, New York University. He retired in 1981 following 33 years of teaching, administration, and research at that institution.
The purpose of the Raymond A. Weiss Lecture is to support a scholarly presentation by an individual in the arts and sciences who is an outstanding leader and who has made an important contribution to his or her field, and who has ties to one or more of the fields of HPERD.
Past Raymond A. Weiss Research Lecturers
Daniel Gould, Michigan State University
|2010||Ross Brownson, Washington University in St. Louis|
Environmental and Policy Influences on Physical Activity
Jay Coakley, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Emeritus
|2008||Beverly D. Ulrich, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor|
Translational Science—A Roadmap to Healthy Activity for All
|2007||R. Scott Kretchmar, Penn State University-State College |
A Research Conundrum in the 21st Century: What to Do With Meaning?
|2006||Barbara E. Ainsworth, San Diego State University |
Assessment of Physical Activity in Health and Surveillance Settings: What Have We Learned in the Past 50 Years?
Maureen R. Weiss, University of Virginia
|2004||Thomas L. McKenzie, San Diego State University|
Environment, Youth, and Physical Activity
Priscilla M. Clarkson, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Stephen Silverman, Teachers College, Columbia University
Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Waneen W. Spirduso, University of Texas at Austin
Carole A. Oglesby, Temple University
Charles B. Corbin, Arizona State University
Michael Pratt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ronald A. Smith, The Pennsylvania State University
James F. Sallis, San Diego State University
Margaret "Jo" Safrit, American University
Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institute for Child Health and Human
Barbara L. Drinkwater, Pacific Medical Center, Seattle Development, NIH