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New ACSM Northwest Initiative- Student Research Funding

We are very excited to announce a new initiative in the Northwest Chapter. We have secured funding that enables us to start a new travel and research award program for the students in our chapter. The initiative is being led by one of our board members, Katie Taylor. The call for applications for the student research funding is linked below. The student travel award program will go out later this fall, so be on the lookout. 

Applications for student research awards are to be completed and submitted no later than 5pm PST on September 30th, 2016. The purpose of the award is to provide students with financial support to conduct scientific research that is relevant to the area ofphysical activity and inactivity, exercise, sports, and sedentary lifestyles andin the context of addressing U.S. and global health objectives. Up to two awards will be made for a total of up to $2,000 this year. Both undergraduate and graduate students who are current ACSM Northwest members are eligible to apply.

Call for applications

Student research funding guidelines and application


2016 Annual Meeting Sponsors


Welcome to the home page of the Northwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. The Northwest Chapter hosts an annual meeting every year between the months of February and April and is comprised of members primarily from four states: Oregon, Washington, Montana, and Idaho. For the first time in Chapter history, we are welcoming the Alaska Chapter to our 2016 Annual Meeting where we will simultaneously host sessions between the chapters.

ACSM Northwest is one of twelve regional chapters of the American College of Sports Medicine. The chapter conducts and assists with various public and professional programs, provides news articles for members, and publishes educational and research materials for professional use.


ACSM Northwest Mission Statement-
It is the mission of the Northwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine to provide educational opportunities for professional development in exercise science and sports medicine and to be a resource for the general public regarding sports
medicine and health and fitness issues.







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