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Overview Delta Psi Kappa was a “professional fraternity for women in the fields of health, physical education, and recreation”. Founded in 1916 at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union, Delta Psi Kappa would eventually spread to a large number of other colleges and universities with programs in the aforementioned fields. Active into the 1990s, the organization remained focused on health and physical education and participated in numerous activities with other organizations who shared their...
Found in: German-American Archives
Overview The Indiana University School of Physical Education opened in 1866 as a private school for the instruction of gymnastic teachers and is the oldest continuously operated school of physical education in the country. The school’s faculty and graduates have played a major role in the introduction of physical education into the public school curriculum and in the development of physical education as a discipline.The school, first known as the Turnlehrerseminar (Gymnastic Teachers’...
Found in: University Archives
- Subject: Physical education and training -- Study and teaching X