Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

Events

This year’s departmental Halloween looked a lot different than years past. With face coverings, social distance requirements, and other safety measures, we couldn’t hold our 4th Annual Halloween Extravaganza. We did have faculty members dress up with their families, still! Check out Dr. Raisbeck and Dr. Hittinger from October 31, 2020. Don’t they look great!?

Dr. DeAnne Brooks held a “Scholar Strike for Racial Justice” on September 9, 2020 for Kinesiology students, faculty, and staff. She used the article “The Way We Never Were: Postracial Kinesiology in America” (Smith & Jamieson, 2017) to guide the discussion. Thank you, Dr. Brooks, for a very insightful session!

The Department of Kinesiology at UNCG would like to share a statement with our community related to recent events. We are shaken by the recent deaths of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor — the latest public atrocities added to the more than 400-year history of relentless oppression faced by Black people. […]

In recognition of Juneteenth, the Department of Kinesiology at UNCG would like to share a statement with our community related to recent events. We are shaken by the recent deaths of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor — the latest public atrocities added to the more than 400-year history of relentless oppression […]

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. Forms and payment are due January 31st by 5:00pm to 237 Coleman Building. We can accept exact change, or checks made payable to UNCG-Kinesiology.

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 […]