Department of Kinesiology

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Dr. Patricia Williams, a 2022 graduate of the EdD in KIN program, has had a busy fall semester since summer graduation at UNCG. At the start of the Fall 2022 semester, Patricia was promoted from Instructor of Biology to Chair of the Science Department. Within the month, she received a second promotion and is currently […]

NCSHAPE hosted their annual convention October 27 and 28 in Winston Salem. Many UNCG Kinesiology alumni and current students were at the convention to learn more about health and physical education from the many professionals in attendance. Several of our alumni presented on physical activities and their own research while also networking. UNCG faculty members, […]

The UNCG MSAT will be holding a virtual open house on Monday, Oct 24, 2022 from 1-2 pm (eastern standard time). Please use this form to RSVP. A ZOOM link will be emailed to you after you RSVP.Please RSVP no later than Friday Oct. 21. Preliminary Agenda: Meet with Dr. Terranova (Program Director) Meet with Dr. […]

Are you looking to continue your education in a diverse setting with award-winning faculty? Then join us for our in-person Open House on October 21, 2022. Friday, October 21, 2022 – 11:15 am – 1:45 pm ET Register by Tuesday October 18th to attend Learn about our 16 graduate programs Tour labs and campus Meet […]

Dr. Amanda Aguilar, a graduate from the EdD in KIN program, found her way as a member of the professional organization, National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE), through Dr. Diane Gill and Dr. Pam Brown. NAKHE is a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster leadership in kinesiology administration and policy related to […]

Join UNCG Kinesiology for a presentation and open Q&A with Dr. Will Adams, Associate Director of Sports Medicine Research at the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Thursday, September 15 at 4PM Jarrell Lecture Hall, Jackson Library Open to all students, faculty, and staff! Join via Zoom: go.uncg.edu/kinguestzoom

After an impressive 44 years of service to UNC Greensboro, Dr. William Karper retired from the Department of Kinesiology in May, 2022.  During his tenure at UNCG, Dr. Karper has made numerous and valuable contributions to the department, school, and university that have ranged across teaching and advising, research, curriculum development, and institutional service and […]