National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education

 Joanna Davenport Graduate Student Poster Competition

Call for Posters: The National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) would like to invite graduate students to submit poster presentations for the 2021 Virtual Conference on January 6-9, 2021.

The NAKHE Joanna Davenport Graduate Student Poster Competition provides an opportunity for entry-level members of the higher education profession to present posters focusing on all issues in kinesiology.

  • Topics: Original, unpublished research (current or recently completed) poster presentations and reports.
  • Selection Criteria:
    1. Candidates must be current graduate students or have completed their graduate degrees during the term prior to the conference.
    2. The selection of posters for inclusion in the poster competition will be made from submitted proposals. Selection is based upon scholarly content, organization, and pertinence to the field of kinesiology.
    3. If you have already submitted a poster that was accepted for the 2020 NAKHE Conference and would like it in the competition, email Jody Langdon at .
  • Awards:
    • A maximum of twelve (12) poster proposals will be selected for presentation at the annual conference.
    • One $250.00 award will be presented during the Delphine Hanna Reception to the selected poster presenter.
    • The selected presenter will also receive one-year free membership in NAKHE (including subscriptions to Quest and The International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education ).
  • Deadline for Submission: November 1, 2020

Conference Speaker Information

Speakers and first authors are expected to attend the conference.
Be sure to include yourself if you will be speaking at the conference.
Yes No
Do the speakers and first authors agree to register for the conference by December 1, 2020 if this proposal is accepted?
Selecting No will eliminate your proposal from consideration.
Do you and all of the speakers and team members consent to receive email communications from us?
You and your fellow presenters will not receive information or updates pertinent to the conference if you select No.


After you submit your proposal, you will be taken to a "Confirmation Page" where you may review your proposal. From there you may go back and make corrections or you may click on "Confirm" and go onto the "Thank You" page. This is your confirmation that we have received your proposal. You will not receive an automated email confirming your proposal's submission.
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