Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

Events

To say congrats just doesn’t do it justice. Our faculty have really outdone themselves this year! Dr. Bill Karper: 40 years of service (not pictured)Dr. Aaron Terranova: Anna Maria Gove Award for Teaching ExcellenceDr. Pam Brown: UNCG Award for Excellence in Online EducationDr. Tom Martinek: UNCG Nominee for the O. Max Gardner Award We also had […]

All Day Advising is Wednesday, March 27! Reminder for Juniors and Seniors on degree works, All Day Advising is mandatory to receive your advising code! All PEHTE students, please make arrangements to attend. If your degree works has you listed as a Freshman or Sophomore, you will not attend All Day Advising. You will receive your […]

The departmental gear order has been sent out to all students, faculty, and staff in Kinesiology. If you would like the order form, please check your email, or request it from Ms. Britt (ecbritt@uncg.edu). Forms and payment are due January 31st by 5:00pm to Ms. Britt in 237 Coleman Building. We can accept exact change, […]

On December 6th, 112 doctoral candidates lined up in the cold to march into the UNC Greensboro Auditorium and get hooded. This small ceremony honors the doctoral candidates as they transition into doctors, community leaders, researchers, and scholars. After all, “Doctoral education is the fuel for innovation,” remarked Chancellor Gilliam during his closing statement. Among […]

On November 9, 2018, KIN professors emeriti—Dick Swanson, Jo Safrit, and Kate Barrett—presented during our “Historical Perspectives on Kinesiology: UNCG and Beyond” colloquium to over 100 of our current students and faculty. This colloquium, which focuses on the personal experiences of these pioneers in our field, is a tradition for the department and was moderated […]

          On August 13, 2018 the Department of Kinesiology welcomed our undergraduate Class of 2022 as well as our new graduate students. Good luck to everyone on your first day of class! Remember, we’re here to help you succeed. If you need assistance, ask one of your instructors, a staff member, or your fellow new […]

On November 9, 2017 ten doctoral students selected as finalists from across the university, ranging from nanoscience to education, were challenged to present their thesis in just three minutes. The 3MT Competition founded by Queensland University has now been adopted by over 600 schools in over 63 countries. With an average PhD thesis consisting of […]

Congratulations to our very own Craig Parkes who presented at #PhysEdSummit 2017, a free online conference put on by Health and PE professionals.  In attendance, Judy LoBianco, president-elect of SHAPE America.  Craig presented on Occupational Socialization of Physical Educators, his current dissertation topic.  During the online summit Judy even provided words of encouragement to all PE professionals. […]