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Dr. Steven J. Albrechtsen

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Professor and Director

Phone: (262) ***-****  HQ Phone
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
800 West Main Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Commission Chair, World Leisure Commission On Education
    World Leisure
  • Professor
    University of Wisconsin

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
World Leisure News
secure.worldleisure.org, 1 July 2006 [cached]
Dr. Steven Albrechtsen was appointed as Special Adviser to the Secretary General for World Leisure Commissions.His role will involve reestablishing the previous World Leisure Commission program and also creating new commissions that reflect current interests of the membership and associated stakeholders.
Dr. Albrechtsen is a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater (USA).
World Leisure Organization :: Education
www.worldleisure.org, 15 April 2011 [cached]
On behalf of the World Leisure Commission on Education, Steven J. Albrechtsen, University of Wisconsin (U.S.A.); Karen L. Barak, University of Wisconsin (U.S.A.); and Atara Sivan, Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong) will present a roundtable to discuss opportunities and strategies to enhance quality of life through leisure education as our global society begins the second decade of the technological millennium.
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Professor Steven J. Albrechtsen currently chairs the World Leisure Commission on Education and previously served as Special Advisor to the Secretary General of the World Leisure Organization.
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Professors Albrechtsen and Sivan presented at the Hong Kong conferences, and contributed to the position statements and publications that resulted from those conferences.
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Members of the World Leisure Organization may become active in the World Leisure Commission on Education by contacting Commission Chair Steven J. Albrechtsen at acww.u.
Commission Chair
Steven J. Albrechtsen University of Wisconsin ( USA )
Dr. Steven Albrechtsen was ...
www.worldleisure.org, 6 May 2006 [cached]
Dr. Steven Albrechtsen was appointed as Special Adviser to the Secretary General for World Leisure Commissions.His role will involve reestablishing the previous World Leisure Commission program and also creating new commissions that reflect current interests of the membership and associated stakeholders.
Dr. Albrechtsen is a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater (USA).
The Badger Herald Online - Appeals court overturns Whitewater discrimination suit
www.badgerherald.com, 28 Oct 2002 [cached]
One year ago, professor Steven Albrechtsen of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater sued the school for discrimination and walked away $293,840 richer.A subsequent ruling lowered the total to $143,840.Now, a federal appeals court reversed the jury?s verdict, awarding Albrechtsen the $143,840, and rendered all awards null.
In 2000, Albrechtsen sued Whitewater in federal district court, saying the university?s health, physical education, recreation and coaching departments had discriminated against him on the basis of his sexual orientation.Albrechtsen said he was denied a merit raise and was not allowed to teach two summer courses.According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, Albrechtsen charged that ?lesbians? running his department had discriminated against him because he is heterosexual.
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Specifically, Albrechtsen is suing the university after being denied a pay raise and for discrimination after his department head asked him for a current resume.He denied giving them the resume, asserting the department should know his qualifications.
The ruling indicated a resume was not the only paperwork Albrechtsen refused to submit.
?A new department chair asked faculty members to submit student evaluations for use in the merit-pay process,? the ruling stated. ?Albrechtsen refused to do this, and the chair responded by withholding any merit pay increase.The new chair asked Albrechtsen for a current curriculum vitae so that she could assess whether his knowledge encompassed the subjects he proposed to teach; again Albrechtsen refused, and again the chair followed Albrechtsen?s ?no? with a ?no? of her own.?
Albrechtsen was granted a pay raise in 1998, but he said the pay raise was the result of pressure he put on the university in a written complaint.
The 7th circuit?s ruling said in order to find the university guilty of discrimination, Albrechtsen had to establish that ?he complained about sex discrimination,? that ?the persons who made the decisions in 1998 knew about those complaints? and that ?the adverse actions in 1998 occurred because of the complaints.?In reference to the last requirement, ?if Albrechtsen has not complained, and all else had remained the same, he would have received a raise and been allowed to teach the workshops.?
Welcome to the 9th World Leisure Congress 2006 - Hangzhou, China
www.worldleisure.org, 6 May 2006 [cached]
Steven J. Albrechtsen University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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Steven J. Albrechtsen University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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