The PACE Lab was founded in 2008 as a multi-disciplinary space for the study of physical activity, sport and physical education from the standpoints of communities, cultures and societies. Within the Lab, Faculty and students conduct research using socio-cultural, pedagogical, psychological, and youth development frameworks, methods and theories to explore participation in physical activity. Current research groups affiliated with the PACE Lab include: Active Living Across the Lifespan Research Group; Physical Education and Cognitive Development; and Studies in Physical Culture, Sport and Education.
- Susan G. Zieff (Director)
- Nicole Bolter
- Claudia Guedes
- Mi-Sook Kim
- Jihyun Lee
- Kent Lorenz
- Maria J. Veri
- David S. Walsh
Research Groups and Community/Service Programs
- Research Group for Studies in Physical Culture, Sport, and Education
- Achievement Motivation Research Group
- Sport Psychology Consulting
- The Urban Youth Development Project
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