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LASE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE IN SPORT SCIENCE

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LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

IN SPORT SCIENCE

March 21 - 23, 2016
LASE, 333 Brīvības gatve, Riga

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8TH PHD AND MASTER STUDENT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE „SPORT SCIENCE FOR MODERN SOCIETY”

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LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION
8TH PHD AND MASTER STUDENT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
„SPORT SCIENCE FOR MODERN SOCIETY”

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Dear students!

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LASE Scientific Strategy

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LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

STRATEGY

2015-2020

Introduction

Latvian Academy of Sport Education (LASE) is an academic and professional state higher education and research institution. Its main objective is to provide students with the opportunity to obtain higher academic and higher vocational education and preparedness, develop sport science and research in health care and sports, foster culture in order to preserve necessary intellectual and physical potential of the Latvian Republic (LR), promoting and ensuring nation harmonious development. LASE is the only higher education institution in the field of sport in the country, which guarantees the unity of studies and scientific research in sport science and health care in sport in accordance with the "Latvian National Development Plan 2014 - 2020", "Science, Technology Development and Innovation guidelines 2014-2020",  “Smart specialization strategies 2014- 2020"," Guidelines for the Development of Education 2014-2020" and "Sports Policy Guidelines 2013-2020" in order to enable students to obtain academic and scientific degrees, professional qualifications and promote innovation in sports science and health care in sport. LASE as a scientific institution on 9 May 2006 was established in the register of research institutes with No. 172075.

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Baltic Sport Science Conference

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Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences

Vilnius, Lithuania

April 22-24, 2015

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The 8th Conference of Baltic Society of Sport Sciences „Sport Science for Sports Practice and Teacher’s training” this year will take place  at  22 -24 of April in Vilnius, Lithuania. The organizer is Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences. Registration will begin at the 1st of February. We are sending you a link of the Conference, were you can find the program, registration form etc.

 

 

LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE IN SPORT SCIENCE

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LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

IN SPORT SCIENCE

Exhibition of scientific research equipment

April 17, 2014
LASE, 333 Brīvības gatve, Riga

Conference themes

  1. Sports management
  2. School sport education
  3. Recreation
  4. Functional abilities and physical characteristics
  5. Sports and health medical and biological aspects
  6. Student sport and physical preparedness
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6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF LATVIAN ACADEMY OF SPORT EDUCATION OF MASTER AND PHD STUDENTS “THEORY AND PRACTICE IN SPORT SCIENCE”

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Dear Master and PhD students!

You are welcome to participate in the 6th International Conference

of Latvian Academy  of Sport Education of Master and PhD students

“THEORY AND PRACTICE IN SPORT SCIENCE”

Time: March 27, 2014  8:45 – 14:00
Place: Brivibas street 333, Riga, Latvian Academy  of Sport Education

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Elite Sport Training in Upper Secondary Education - Models for Sportive Success

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Prof. Rolf Carlson, School of Sport and Health Sciences (GIH) Sweden, has recieved a research grant concerning "Elite Sport Training in Upper Secondary Education - Models for Sportive Success" from The Swedish Institute in Stockholm regarding a joint effort between GIH, Latvian Academy of Sport Education (LASE), Russian State University of Physical Education and Health (RSUPE), Belarussian State University of Physical Culture (Minsk) and Faculty of Physical Education and Sport in Biala Podlaska (Polen). The purpose of the project is to analyse combination standards for high level training and education in upper secondary schools in the participating countries with a focus on creating a system to benefit all participating countries. Target groups are talented youth and coaches/teachers. Coordinator from Latvia and The Baltic Sea Region will be prof. Juris Grants.

 


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