Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

News and Events

Eric Tucker, a member of the 2014 EdD in Kinesiology cohort and  a part-time lecturer in the at North Carolina State University Department of Social Work at North Carolina State University recently published an article to the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Mental Health Newsletter on self-care. As a  mental health professional in private […]

Sara Clawson, a current UNCG EdD in KIN student, recently went to Doha, Qatar for the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Road Cycling World Championships, as head soigneur for TWENTY16 Ridebiker Women’s Professional Cycling Team. As head soigneur, she took care of the needs of the riders for their peak performance. Her team competed in the […]

Kristi Johnson, a member of the 2016 EdD in Kinesiology cohort, recently led her non-profit organization, the Triangle Dance Project to successful performance. The Triangle Dance Project, a community building nonprofit arts organization, offers local choreographers and performers opportunities showcase their talents as they emerge onto the regional dance scene. Byron Woods, an award winning theater […]

The UNCG KIN department is glad to recognize a new member of its close-knit community, Michael Hemphill, the new Assistant Professor of Kinesiology. Hemphill holds a Bachelor’s degree from Wingate University (NC) and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. Previously, he held a faculty position at the College of Charleston (SC). Dr. Hemphill’s research focuses on […]

The UNCG KIN department is proud to highlight Josh Porter (B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine; M.S.A.T, 2008), one of its many esteemed alumni who have invested their knowledge and skills gained at UNCG to work professionally. As an alum of both the undergraduate kinesiology program as well as the M.S.A.T. […]

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.