2022 D2M Winners
This spring 19 departments and 243 employees participated in the 9th annual Desire2Move (D2M) Physical Activity Challenge. Find out who won.
From Classmates to Coworkers: Sport Administration Alumni Speak with Students About Nike
Janessa Henry (M.S. ’16) and Shekia Morant (M.S. ’16), sport administration alumni who currently work at Nike World Headquarters, came to campus to speak to current students about their work.
Lee to Discuss Exercise, Chronic Disease Reduction at 4th Annual Metzler Lecture
I-Min Lee, professor of medicine and epidemiology at Harvard University, will be the featured speaker for the 4th Annual Mike and Terry Metzler Distinguished Lecture.
Sport Administration Graduate Students Assist at TOUR Championship
Sport administration students had the opportunity to volunteer at the TOUR Championship hosted at East Lake Golf Club, learning the valuable skills needed for organizing a major sporting event.
Tanner Creates Athleaders 360 to Support Burgeoning Athletes’ Whole Selves
Sport administration master’s student Cordero Tanner founded a company called Athleaders 360 that teaches coaches and organizations how to create a supportive environment for youth sports teams.
Cianfrone Elected National Academy of Kinesiology Fellow
Professor Beth Cianfrone has been elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology, a recognition that’s considered a career milestone and recognizes individuals’ contributions to the field of kinesiology.
Lund Receives SHAPE America’s 2022 Luther Halsey Gulick Award
Professor Emeritus Jackie Lund is the 2022 recipient of the Society for Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America’s Luther Halsey Gulick Award.
Sur Awarded 2022 SHAPE America Ruth Abernathy Presidential Scholarship
Department of Kinesiology and Health doctoral student Myung Ha Sur is one of five students nationwide selected for the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America Ruth Abernathy Presidential Scholarship.
Research Snapshot: Vibration Training for Multiple Sclerosis
Associate Professor Feng Yang co-authored a study on how vibration training could improve cognitive function and overall quality of life for people with multiple sclerosis.