On Monday April 30, 2018, the 2014 EdD in KIN cohort arrived on campus for their third and final official campus visit. Being their third campus trip, their familiarity with one another and comfort navigating around campus was evident. Though nervous about defending their dissertations, the semesters of hard work that have lead up to this […]
Hannah Wofford, an EdD in KIN student, and current VP of the North Carolina Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Association (NCCRA), was asked by the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitaiton (AACVPR) to write about the field through the perspective of both a professional and a student for their recent web based newsletter. “This article was intended […]
On behalf of the Department of Kinesiology congratulations to Yuki Sugimoto who received notification that the NATA Foundation Board of Directors has approved funding for her student grant proposal! Nice work Yuki!!
Our graduates are quite outstanding, with more than just their academics. Read below for more information on our students who won awards at the Commencement Ceremony yesterday, May 3, 2018. Graduate Student Awards and Bios: American Kinesiology Association Master’s Scholar Yangyang Deng is UNCG’s 2018 American Kinesiology Association Master’s Scholar. Yangyang has been one of […]
On April 15, 2018, KIN Doctoral student, Yubing Wang (Curriculum and Instruction) not only presented at the 2018 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in New York City but came back home with the Larry Locke Graduate Student Research Award! His presentation and award are for his work on “Three-year trajectory of interest in learning […]
For two PE teachers, getting their doctorate this summer will fulfill long-awaited career goals. Earning a doctorate is something Teri Schlosser has always wanted. The Rockingham County, N.C., lead elementary PE teacher says the online format is making it happen. “I was getting better as a teacher every semester, and I felt like I was […]
March 27, 2018 The American Hebrew Academy (AHA) is the only international Jewish college prep boarding school in the world. https://americanhebrewacademy.org/ Some senior students at AHA are enrolled in a year long internship course in which they collaborate with UNCG faculty on a science based research topic. This collaboration not only prepares students for the coming […]
EdD IN KIN Faculty and graduate students presented yesterday at The SHAPE America Conference in Nashville #SHAPENashville. We can’t wait to hear more about it! If you’re at the conference make sure to stop by booth #517!
Michael Kress, Kinesiology Undergraduate student, has quite a name among the faculty and staff in the Department of Kinesiology. From a Kinesiology Honor Marshal to an exemplary academic student, Kress is simply outstanding. It’s no question of why he was awarded the 2018 Student Excellence Award. When asked “what does receiving this Student Excellence Award […]
On March 14th, 2018 Kana Thompson opened an email from Dr. Kelly Burke, Vice Provost for Graduate Education, stating that she had been selected as the 2017-2018 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant from the School of Health and Human Sciences. In addition to this well deserved honor Kana will be awarded a small monetary prize going […]