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US Rowing National Team Coach Joins Drexel University

Cameron Kiosoglous, PhD is a New Assistant Clinical Professor in the School of Education

Cameron Kiosoglous Drexel University School of Education

April 12, 2019

PHILADELPHIA- Cameron Kiosoglous, PhD has been hired as a new Assistant Clinical Professor at Drexel University’s School of Education. Dr. Kiosoglous will oversee the school’s Master’s in Sport Coaching Leadership and undergraduate minor in Sport Coaching Leadership programs. Dr. Kiosoglous has served as an adjunct professor in the program since 2017.

“In the School of Education, we believe strongly in putting theory into practice”, said Penny Hammrich, PhD, Professor and Interim Dean for the School of Education. “Dr. Kiosoglous coaches at the highest level with some of the best athletes in the world. He is the perfect person to lead our growing Sport Coaching Leadership program and provide current and aspiring coaches the knowledge and training necessary to achieve the highest level of success.”

Dr. Kiosoglous has coached the US Rowing National Team since 2002 and is a four-time US Olympic coach at the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympic games. An Australia native, he started coaching in Canberra in 1991 and moved to the US in 2000. He does not have any affiliation with Drexel Athletics.

“I am beyond excited to join the incredible faculty in Drexel University’s School of Education,” said Dr. Kiosoglous. “I am looking forward to taking the reins of the program and taking it to the next level. We have a unique online program that prepares coaches at all levels to be an excellent coach and get the most out of their players. There is really no other program like it.”

Dr. Kiosoglous earned a PhD in Human Development from Virginia Tech, and received a master’s of education degree from the University of New England in Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, and a Master of Arts degree in Human Performance from Marymount University. He has presented at several national and international conferences and published in journals in the areas of sports coaching development and performance improvement. He lives in San Marcos, CA with his wife Justine.

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