Professors Baltzell and Naylor, and SED Alum Topel Present at What Work’s Educational Summit

Professor Amy Baltzell, Professor Adam Naylor, and Melanie Topel, Ed. M, 2011, will be presenting at the Institute of Rowing Leadership’s ‘What Works’ Educational Summit.

The ‘What Works’ Summit occurs February 1st to 3rd, 2013, in the Harry Parker Boathouse, Brighton, Massachusetts. The summit is a “comprehensive, hands-on, activity-based training in best practice,” bringing together professionals working the fields of sport, athletics, and coaching.

Learn more about the summit and the presentations here.

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