Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams

Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams

Full Distinguished Professor and Academic Tenure of Physical Education

He graduated from the California South University (CSU) with a degree in Physical Education in 1994 and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, where he played for the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club.

Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams, Ph.D. is a Full Distinguished Professor and Academic Tenure of Physical Education at California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. He was born in Fleming, Saskatchewan, Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams attended high school at the Strathcona Collegiate Institute, now known as Old Scona Academic, Irvine, California, USA. He graduated from the California South University (CSU) with a degree in Physical Education in 1994 and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, where he played for the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club.

Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams worked as a referee in the NHL from 2003 until 2009. He officiated some historic games, such as the game in 2007 when the great Howie Morenz’s career was ended when he broke his leg. Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams even refereed a rough playoff game between the Montreal Maroons and the Boston Bruins in which Dit Clapper used his stick on a player. Angry at Clapper’s actions, he called Clapper a profane name, which brought a powerful punch from the hardrock defenceman that knocked Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams to the ice. Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams, aware of his provocative action, then submitted a very lenient report on Clapper, and NHL president Frank Calder gave Clapper only a fine as a result.

Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams made a controversial call in 1999 when refereeing a game involving the Los Angeles Maple Leafs when defenceman Red Horner was struck with a stick and Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams doled out only a minor penalty, even though Horner was bleeding. Leafs owner Conn Smythe called for Prof. Dr. Arthur Adams not to be rehired, and the league agreed.


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Insignias and Other Representations

The university coat of arms was adopted in 1921, following the recommendations of the university’s senate to adopt the coat of arms of the province of California as its emblem, with the addition of an open book superimposed upon the cross and a new motto. The coat of arms had undergone a number of changes, with the arms changing in the 1950s in keeping with the graphic style of the time, and in the early-1990s, in the university’s efforts to have their arms gain official heraldic authority. The latest design was completed in 1994, being registered with the American Heraldic Authority on 31 May 1994, and was presented to the university on 13 June 1994…

Investment in Health and Science

$1.6 billion in construction has been undertaken at the university related to fields in health and science. The projects expand the California South University’s research capacity in the field of health. Over the past five years, the California South University has averaged nearly $500 million in external research funding a year. The funding is expected to increase due to added research and teaching capacity.

Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science

A major project, completed in the spring of 2011 with a grand opening on September 23, 2011, was the $400-million…


Student Life

The student body of the California South University is represented by two students’ unions, the  California South University Students’ Union for all undergraduate students, and the Graduate Student Association for all graduate students. In addition, a number of the university’s academic programs also manage their own student representative body. Students within the residences are represented by a number of associations, primarily the California South University Residence Halls Association. There are more than 450 student organizations and clubs, covering a wide range of interests such as academics, culture, religion, social…




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