Emeritus Resolution for Sandra L. Peters
The Department of Wellness and Sport Sciences resolves that
WHEREAS Sandra L. Peters, Assistant Professor in Health and Physical Education, retired in May 1999 after 32 years of teaching, advising, coaching and serving as Assistant Director of Women's Athletics at Millersville University; and
WHEREAS Assistant Professor Peters served the Health and Physical Education Department, the School of Education, and the University on numerous committees, including Faculty Senate, a number which she chaired; and
WHEREAS Professor Peters served her profession as President of the Lancaster Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (HPERD), and as an official in the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance; and
WHEREAS Professor Peters acted as a clinician/presenter at numerous county and state levels conferences including: Pennsylvania HPERD, PSEA, Millersville University Early Childhood Conference, Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 Professional Conference, New Jersey School Age Child Care Conference, and Elementary Education In-Service Day (Capital Area Intermediate Unit); and
WHEREAS Professor Peters also acted as a guest speaker at a number of professional conferences including: Lancaster General Hospital Nursing seminar, Millersville University Early Childhood Association, Pennsylvania Association of College Admission Counselors and University of South Carolina Freshmen Year Experience Conference; and
WHEREAS Professor Peters demonstrated her outstanding expertise in her chosen area by coauthoring the book entitled Movement Activities for the Young Child; and
WHEREAS Professor Peters high regard by her fellow professionals is exemplified by her receiving the Professional Honor Award from the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance; and
NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that Assistant Professor Sandra L. Peters be granted the honorary title of Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education Emeritus.
Approved on March 8, 2000, by the faculty in the Department of Wellness and Sport Sciences.