Professor Beth Cianfrone co-edited a book that highlights how universities and their athletic departments can collectively create nationally-recognized brands.
Department of Kinesiology and Health alumnus Calvin Cole (Ph.D. ’16) received a five-year, $713,515 grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute to better understand and treat the mechanisms of pancreatic cancer-related muscle wasting.
Caroline Gilling (M.S. ’21) was one of 24 people nationwide selected for the Women in Sports Tech (WiST) 2021 Fellowship.
Assistant Professor Kathryn Wilson received a $20,000 Cleon C. Arrington Research Initiation Grant to better understand how personality and perceptions about physical activity affect a person’s physical activity behavior.
The Department of Kinesiology and Health’s M.Ed. program in health and physical education was ranked No. 17 in OnlineU’s 2021 […]
The College of Education & Human Development celebrated Department of Kinesiology and Health Associate Professor Tim Kellison during its Faculty Awards Recognition on March 30.