Charlotte le Mouel leaves the institute

Post-doc Dr. Charlotte le Mouel, who worked in the Department of Movement Science since September 2020, has accepted a new position as a researcher at the CNRS (Paris, France). She will continue her work on handwalking in the context of motor learning and balance control. Congratulations to the new position and thanks for the great time!

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Prospects for school sports development

Development opportunities for school sports were discussed at a two-day expert workshop held by the German School Sports Foundation in Berlin. In addition to digitization and inclusion, these included all-day school development, the support of social talents, as well as questions of educational equity and participation. Professor Nils Neuber represented the Institute for Sports Science at the WWU and the Research Association for Children's and Youth Sports in North Rhine-Westphalia.
 

Kognition und Motorik
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Publication cognition and motor skills

A new comprehensive compendium by Jun.-Prof. Stefanie Klatt (DSHS Cologne) and Prof. Bernd Strauß (IfS) with 21 chapters by the leading German-speaking scientists in an edited work on the sport psychological basics and applications on the interaction of cognition and motor skills has just been published by Hogrefe Verlag.

Bernd Strauß appointed to the MC of FEPSAC
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Bernd Strauß appointed to the MC of FEPSAC

At the 16th Congress of European Sports Psychology, FEPSAC, Bernd Strauß was appointed to the Managing Council for four years. As Vice President, he will represent the Research and Communication department. Good luck for your tenure!

© Michael Krüger

Prof. Dr. Hans Langenfels turned 90

Prof. Dr. Hans Langenfeld, first professor of physical education in Münster from 1974 to 1997, celebrated his 90th birthday on 4 July. The Department of Sport Education & Sport History congratulates him! On his 80th birthday, Michael Krüger and Josef Ulfkotte published a commemorative publication in his honour. The dvs dedicated a more detailed tribute to him at their website.
 

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Film about the German-German Olympic Team in Tokyo (1964)

On Thursday, 7.7.2022, 12-14 h, Campus Gym/Room 5, sports historian Dr René Wiese from the Centre for German Sports History (ZDS) and filmmaker Thomas Grimm will present their documentary film "The Cold Rings".
All interested parties are cordially invited. Please register via Dr. Kai Reinhart.