Tere Ramirez, B.S. ‘77 and M.Ed. ‘81 in Kinesiology and Health Education, received the Honor Award from the Texas Association for Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (TAHPERD) at their annual convention.
The Honor Award recognizes significant contributions to health education, physical education, recreation, and/or dance. Recipients must have served the profession for a minimum of 10 years in Texas, be a five-year TAHPERD member, and make significant contributions to health education, physical education, recreation, and/or dance through excellence in teaching; outstanding administrative achievement; significant contribution to researcher creative endeavors; leadership in professional organizations at state, district, and national levels to include TAHPERD; contribution to professional literature; and outstanding community service.
TAHPERD is a not-for-profit professional association of individuals in the allied fields of health education, physical education, recreation, and dance.