Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences


Kinesiology students comprised 75% of UNCG’s Webinars Worth Watching finalists! Congratulations:  Elvis Foli, “Biomechanics, Birth Control, and Biochemistry: Examining a Risk Factor for ACL Injury Using a Multidisciplinary Approach” – Finalist Kyoungyoun (Anne) Park-Braswell, ”Differences in the Brain Function and Structure between Various Degree of Knee Laxity Individuals” – 2nd Place Mark Snow, “Creation of Online Active Learning Faculty Development […]

Mark Snow, a member of the 2017 cohort of EdD in KIN students, recently competed in UNCG’s Webinars Worth Watching (W^3) Competition. During the competition, Mark had 10 minutes to present his work in a webinar format. His presentation was titled, “Creation of Online Active Learning Faculty Development Page.” Mark completed this project as a […]

Allen Adeimy is a physical education educator and athletic director at Ellerbe Middle School. Now in his fourth year as a doctoral student a part of UNCG’s EdD in KIN, he is working on his dissertation to complete his degree. His project focuses on Ellerbe Middle School’s in-school intramural sports program and its effects on […]

At the recent Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) National Conference, KIN faculty, Dr. Erin Reifsteck was awarded the Dorothy V. Harris Memorial Award. “The Dorothy V. Harris Memorial Award acknowledges the distinguished contributions of Dr. Dot Harris (1931-1991) to sport psychology by recognizing the efforts of a current AASP scholar/practitioner in the early stage […]

Kym Fasczewski, a former graduate student in UNC Greensboro’s Kinesiology program recently published an article in Disability and Health Journal. The article is titled, “I ride for MS: The impact of bike MS participation on motivation for physical activity in individuals with multiple sclerosis.” The purpose of this study was to explore the motive for […]

Patricia Williams, a second-year student in the EdD program in Kinesiology and Instructor of Biology at Gaston College, and a colleague were awarded a research grant from the Women’s Impact Fund to study the antimicrobial resistant genes and bacterial species present in the critically endangered Catawba River. The Catawba River provides water to over 2 […]

Darrnell Clark, a member of the EdD in KIN 2019 cohort, has been elected to the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) board of directors for a three-year term.  Darnell shared with us, “This is a great personal achievement for me and one that I am particularly proud of. To my knowledge, I am only […]