During the fall of each academic year, the Global Sport Institute works through the Research Development office at ASU to administer a seed grant program awarding up to $20,000 per project to promote the study of sport. Grants are typically awarded for projects that align with that academic year’s annual theme, although proposals on other sport-focused topics will be considered.
Eligible campus recipients are full-time, benefits-eligible employees or students of Arizona State University. Faculty at all levels, research scientists, post-doctoral researchers, staff members, graduate, and undergraduate students are eligible.
The application period for the 2019-2020 Sport and The Body seed grant program has now closed.
Researchers found that the participants who listened to motivational music during a interval workout were more likely than the participants in the control group to experience enhanced power output and higher levels of enjoyment.
In this second installment of the series and project Sport Embodied, Dr. Brenneman blends his experiences, others’ experiences, and experts’ insights to help us better understand how our bodies, identities, and athletic ability affect each other.