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Allison gives invited lecture at Tianjin University of Sport in China

AllisonR-2007.jpgRayla Allison, J.D., associate director and lecturer in the School of Kinesiology, recently gave an invited talk, "The Role of Intellectual Property in United States Sports," at Tianjin University of Sport (TUS) in China.

Allison's presentation was part of a School of Kinesiology visit to TUS and the recently opened American Cultural Center for Sport. She was joined on the trip by Professor Li Li Ji, director of the School of Kinesiology, and Michael Freeman, J.D., Hennepin County District Attorney.

During the visit, the delegation toured the TUS campus, including the Tianjin Municipal Citizen and Student Physical Testing Center, National Key Lab of Competitive Sports Psychology and Physiological Adjusting, Tianjin Municipal Key Lab of Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine. The group also visited two local tourist attractions: the newly established Tianjin Culture Center and the Hai He River.

Read more about the opening of the cultural center in this Connect magazine story.


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