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Dennis Felder

Position: Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Sport Management Department: Health, Physical Education and Sports Studies

Contact Info

Office: Suite 143-A Anderson Center Phone: 336-750-2583

Biography

Dr. Dennis Felder is an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of the accredited Sport Management at Winston-Salem State University, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. His public service activities include: Board Member For The Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina and the Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Commission. Other community involvement include: The Greater Winston Kiwanis Club where he served as President and Lieutenant Governor of the 5th District, Board Member for the Mechanics & Farmers Bank, Chairperson for the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, and CPR Standard First Instructor for the American Red Cross.

Dr. Felder's professional activities include: elected President of the North Carolina Association for Athletic Education, Chairperson for the Ethnic Minority Committee for the North Carolina Alliance for Athletic, Health , Physical Education, Recreation & Dance Association & Member of the Editorial Board.

In addition, he has published and presented articles at the local, state and national level. Subjects of his articles and/or oral presentations include: "The Effect of Franklin vs Gwinnett County on the Sexual Harassment Policy in Secondary Education," "How Do You Spell Success In Coaching", "Who Has The Last Word-Coaches or Athletes" "Win, Loose or Draw-Motivating the Student Athletes.

Educational Background

  • PhD, Curriculum & Instruction/Athletic Administration, 1982, Kansas State University
  • MS, Athletic Administration, 1976, Kansas State University
  • BS, Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 1974, Alcorn State University

Felder, Dennis & Wishnietsky "The National Letter of Intent: Are You Sure You Want To Sign? The North Carolina Journal of North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Vol. 45 Number 1 Spring 2010