Hollis Fait Scholarly Award

A written statement and vita needs to be provided that documents to what extent the nominee has contributed, either in print or nonprint, to a better understanding of adapted physical activity or recreation for individuals with disabilities.

Individuals nominated must have a distinguished record of scholarly productivity in the area of physical education or recreation for individuals with disabilities as evidenced by the following indices:

  1. Significant contributions to the knowledge or understanding of physical education/recreation for individuals with disabilities
  2. Publications in journals and/or books that are widely used or quoted in the field of physical education/recreation for individuals with disabilities
  3. A significant record of scholarly presentations at international, national, and regional professional meetings
  4. Service on the editorial boards and/or as a reviewer of scholarly journals dealing with physical education/recreation for individuals with disabilities
  5. A record of scholarly/creative works in a specialized area of physical education/recreation for individuals with disabilities

2018 Hollis Fait Scholarly Award Winner: Dale Ulrich

Previous Award Winners (2010-2017)

  • Joon Koo Yun (2016)
  • Jaibei Zhang (2015)
  • Deborah Shapiro (2014)
  • Terry Rizzo (2013)

Previous Award Winners (2000-2009)

  • Laurie Zittel (2009)
  • Jean Pyfer (2008)
  • Hester Henderson (2007)
  • Michael Horvat (2006)
  • Stephen Klesius (2000)

Previous Award Winners (1990-1999)

  • David Porretta (1999)
  • Ron Davis (1997)
  • Martin Block (1996)
  • David Austin (1993)
  • Gary Robb (1991)
  • Jay Shivers (1990)
  • John Dunn (1990)

Previous Award Winners (1982-1989)

  • Ronald French (1989)
  • Louis Bowers (1988)
  • Geoffrey Broadhead (1998)
  • Joseph Winnick (1986)
  • Claudine Sherrill (1985)
  • David Auxter (1984)
  • John Nesbit (1983)
  • Hollis Fait (1982)