Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

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Our EdD in KIN graduate, Lisa Almedina-McQuade, recently shared her dissertation work with her campus community at Lone Star College-University Park, in Houston, Texas.  Her topic addressed Yoga as a mindful physical activity to enhance college students’ well-being. Her findings were used to inform the student body, faculty, and administration about the benefits of a […]

Dr. Robert Owens has been an integral part of the Bryan School of Business and Economics transition to online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. For his excellence in helping the Bryan School transition so swiftly and efficiently he was awarded the Bryan School Staff Excellence Award!  Dr. Owens had this to say in regards to […]

The Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology (ASEP) program is one of the newer concentrations within the Kinsiology Department. With only its third cohort set to graduate this spring, they are on the cutting edge of a rapidly expanding field. Unlike traditional master’s programs, which often require conducting research and writing a thesis, ASEP students have […]

The EdD in KIN program hosted a virtual social event a few weeks ago. Yongsun “Sun” Lee, a PhD student and Taekwondo instructor, taught basic Taekwondo skills and movements including some punches, kicks, steps, and combinations of those skills as ways to move our body while having a lot of fun. Students enjoyed popping their […]

Providing his students with physical activity opportunities during the pandemic One of our newest students, Joel Frye,  was recently featured in SHAPE America’s Momentum issue for his work in equity, diversity and inclusion in physical education. Joel shared with us what he has been doing as part of the national organization’s EDI advisory committee and […]

I am very excited to be able to come back to my alma mater, Ohio University, to serve as a faculty member in the new Professional Masters of Science in Athletic Training Degree program. I have fond memories of my time in Athens, OH during undergrad and the mentors that helped me transition into the […]

My name is Amanda Durall and I was recently hired as an Instructor in the Department of Health Science at California Baptist University. I teach in the division of Online and Professional Studies and my position is fully remote. I had twins at the beginning of 2020 and worked remotely through my maternity leave while […]

The UNC Greensboro Department of Kinesiology is proud to announce that Dr. Michael Hemphill is the 2020-2021 recipient of the HUMARTS Award. The HUMARTS (Hennis, Ulrich, McGee Assisting Research, Teaching and Service) Award was established by Dr. Celeste Ulrich, a retired Professor of the School of Health and Human Performance (HHS), and Dean Emerita of […]

The Kinesiology department offers a Masters of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree program that prepares graduate students to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) to become Certified Athletic Trainers. The MSAT program is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Athletic Trainers (ATs) are healthcare professionals who not only […]