After having a little time to get settled in their new roles, we caught with Dr. Erin Reifsteck and Dr. Michael Hemphill to share a little more about themselves. We asked them a few questions about themselves, their experience, and their research interests. Here is what they had to say: 1. What is your favorite part […]
UNCG Motor Behavior Research Network presents Dr. Stephen Messier, “Phase 1 studies to Phase 3 randomized clinical trials: Building a long-term research program”. Hosted by High Point University at the Human Biomechanics and Physiology Lab.
UNCG Motor Behavior Research Network presents Dr. Jill Whithall, “The problem of increasing participation in society has not been solved for individuals with stroke: Potential new directions”
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Aaron Piepmeier and Matthew Wittstein were finalist in the Three Minute Thesis competition hosted by UNCG’s Graduate School. During the qualifying rounds held in November, 60 students presented their thesis and the Kinesiology students took two of the ten finalist spots. Aaron was featured for “A Closer Look at the Role of BDNF as Causal […]
May 11, 2017 Kinesiology Departmental Graduation Ceremony, 2:00 pm, Fleming Gym. If you are a graduate or undergraduate student that will graduate in either May 2017 or August 2017, and will be participating in the KIN Departmental Ceremony, please complete the RSVP form by Friday, March 31st.
Katelyn Todd is the recipient of the SHAPE (Society of Health and Physical Education) Major of the Year for 2015. For the last two years, Katelyn has served as the President of the Physical Education Association, and utilized any free time volunteering at her church and as a coach for the girl’s JV basketball team […]
Kym Fasczewski is this year’s winner of the Kate R. Barrett Student Professional Development Award. She will spend 2-3 weeks at the University of Illinois working with Dr. Rob Motl. Dr. Motl’s research focuses on the social-cognitive determinants and mental health consequences of physical activity participation with a particular focus on MS (which is the […]