National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education


quest.jpgQuest's primary purpose is to publish manuscripts:

  1. that address issues and concerns relevant and meaningful to the field of kinesiology;
  2. that are original research reports that address empirical questions that are contextualized within higher education and hold significance to a broad range of faculty and administrators in kinesiology, and
  3. that provide a review of the literature and/or research of interest to one or more sub-disciplines in kinesiology. Both theoretical and practice-based articles are considered. 

Quest serves a broad readership that includes academicians, teachers, and administrators by providing a public forum for scholarly and creative thought about the profession. Quest is published four times a year, in March, June, September, and December.

NAKHE members may login and access copies of Quest here.

Information on how to submit articles to Quest is available here.