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Matt MarkovichSRJC Welcomes New KAD Dean/Athletic Director Matt Markovich begins his first year as Dean of Kinesiology, Athletics & Dance and Athletic Director for the Bear Cubs. He was formerly the Director of Kinesiology and Athletics at the College of Marin. His responsibilities there were oversight of the Kinesiology Department, Health Education, Adapted Physical Education, and Athletics. During his tenure at the College of Marin, Markovich implemented the student-athlete academic service program (SAASP). The program incorporates academic services such as tutoring, study hall, and grade checks for student-athletes as well as a community service obligation for student-athletes. Markovich also started the College of Marin student-athlete hall of fame. During the last four years, Markovich was also put in charge of student conduct and grievances for the district. Part of this responsibility was the implementation of the early alert and intervention program that is part of the student success initiative. Markovich began his college education at Santa Rosa Junior College as a baseball student-athlete (playing for coach Ron Myers) and from there transferred to Sonoma State University, where he played baseball and earned his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. From Sonoma State University, Markovich moved to St. Mary's College of California, earning his M.A. in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, in 1999. Before turning to administration, Markovich had been a successful baseball coach, first as an assistant at the College of Marin. Then as the head assistant at his alma mater, Sonoma State. He then served as the head baseball coach at San Francisco State University for five years before moving on to Division 1, San Jose State University as an assistant coach in charge of hitting and catching. Markovich is married to his wife Cara. They have three children Mia, Rubie, and McCovey. Markovich spends his free time with his family, working on his doctoral degree, and coaching his daughter's athletic teams.

Dancers

SRJC Presents 2015 Annual Dance Performance: Story-Lines May 8-10 The 2015 SRJC Dance Show Story-Lines will be performed Friday May 8 at 8pm, Saturday May 9 at 2pm & 8pm, and Sunday May 10 at 2pm. The show will be performed in Burbank Auditorium on campus. Tickets are $10-$17 (AS students can receive one complimentary ticket). Purchase tickets through our box office at 707-527-4343 or online: http://www.santarosa.edu/theatrearts/tickets.html.

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SRJC Athletics Has a New Home The Official SRJC Athletic Web Site as moved! You can now find updates and all information concerning Bear Cub Sports at www.srjcathletics.com. Check us out!

KAD Home Web Site This is now the home for our Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance Department web site.

Physical Education Karate Class Kinesiology Department
The Department of Kinesiology offers a comprehensive, well-rounded program which meets the needs of our varied student population.
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Dancer Dance
Dance as an academic discipline encompasses the elements of dance as a performing art, as well as the science of dance as movement.
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Athletic Training Room

Sports Medicine / Athletic Training
The Department of Physical Education offers a comprehensive, well-rounded program which meets the needs of our varied student population.
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