Public Lecture – Promoting Physical Activity in Hong Kong Students: Rope Skipping as an Effective Tool?
The Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle invites you to a free public lecture on Promoting physical activity in Hong Kong students: Rope skipping as an effective tool? The lecture will presented by Professor Amy Ha from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on 9 October.
Professor Amy Ha is currently Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Sports Science and Physical Education at the CUHK. Her research interests include PE pedagogy, teacher development and children's physical activity.
Amy has a wide range of professional experiences in the fields of elite sports and physical activity. She is the founding President of the Hong Kong Rope Skipping Association, and is a former Hong Kong head coach of the World University Games (Basketball) and the Paralympic Games (Wheelchair Athletics).
This is a free Public Lecture. All are welcome.
WHEN: 1-2pm Friday, 11 October 2013
WHERE: HB13 Hunter Building
University of Newcastle
Callaghan Campus (See campus map for directions)
RSVP:Wayne.Durand@newcastle.edu.au 9 October