| Daniel Frankl, Ph.D.,
CSU Los Angeles
|After graduating from the Zinman
College at the Wingate Institute in 1973 (elementary & secondary
physical education teaching credentials), I served as a combat fitness
instructor (1974-76) and officer (1976-78) at the IDF's Combat Fitness
Center. My professional training in physical education includes a B.A.
degree in Physical Education from SUNY Brockport (1982), and M.S.
(1984), & Ph.D. degrees from SIU Carbondale (1989). Prior to joining
the physical education faculty at CSLA in the Fall of 1991 I taught
physical education at the Zinman College (1978-1981), at the University
of Southern California (1988-1991) and Pepperdine University (Spring,
|My area of specialty is in
sociology and psychology of physical education and sport. I also have a
strong background in applied motor learning, history and philosophy of
physical education and sport, physical fitness, gymnastics, swimming,
soccer, and tennis.
|At CSLA I serve as (1) member of
the Advisory Committee for the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning,
and (2) member of the Faculty Development Partnership Program. My service
on university, school, and department committees includes the Institutional
Review Board--Human Subjects, Technology Roundtable, and the departmental
Search, Faculty and Student Affairs, and Tenure and Promotion Committees.
|Outside the University I hold
positions, such as, Director of Applied Research for the SoftSport
Corporation, member of the editorial board and section editor (physical education) of
Kineziology: International Scientific Journal of Kinesiology and Sport,
and Amateur Athletic Foundation Youth Sports Program Consultant.
|My wife Sally Frankl, M.D.,
Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine, and I worship Avi (born
on December 16, 1989) and Hannah (born on August 31, 1995).
|I enjoy boardsailing, tennis,
rollerskating, soccer, bicycling, fishing, hiking and reading
anything about Internet and PC technology.
December 25, 1999