The American Kinesiology Association (AKA) in support of its mission to advocate for the discipline of Kinesiology is hosting a Student YouTube Video Competition. The purpose of the competition is to develop short (3-minute) videos that promote the field of kinesiology. Some of the topics may include:
What is kinesiology?
Why I am a kinesiology major?
Laboratory experiences in kinesiology
The kinesiology curriculum
Kinesiology’s impact on society
Kinesiology internships, service learning, experimental learning activities
Students may identify other creative topics that will promote the field of kinesiology. The competition is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. AKA will provide cash awards to departments for award winning videos. First Place - $500, Second Place - $300, Third Place-$100. Each AKA member department may submit a maximum of two (2) videos. Departments may conduct their own competition to select the best videos to submit to AKA.
Participation in the AKA Student YouTube Video Competition is limited to AKA Member Departments.
AKA members must be logged in to view the competition instructions and submission forms.
2011 Winning Video