Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

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It has now become a tradition, every June around 20 students from across the country leave their families and jobs to embark on a giant step in their lives. This pursuit to obtain higher education in the midst of career and family is a brave one and UNCG faculty and staff are committed to their […]

Graduate Students are on campus gearing up for the Fall semester beginning Tuesday August 15, 2017. Orientation is well underway; prepping students for course work, teaching, research, and much more. The Department of Kinesiology and UNCG welcome all of our new students! We look forward to the outstanding teaching, proficient scholarship, and incredible service these […]

The Department of Kinesiology is proud to highlight Dr. Erin Reifsteck, one of its many esteemed alumni who have invested their knowledge and skills gained at UNCG to work professionally. As an alum of both the Master’s  as well as the Doctoral program, Reifsteck brings an especially strong perspective to her work through teaching, mentoring, and […]

Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors: Are you interested in completing research in one of our on campus laboratories? Want to connect with the community while making a difference? Would you like to receive funding for your research to help you with traveling, presentations, and tuition? If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you! UNCG was […]

Dr. Greg Daniels won the HHS Mary Frances Stone Teaching Excellence Award. This award honors tenured and non-tenure track faculty in the School of HHS for teaching excellence. Clarence and Jane Stone established this award to honor their daughter. They believed that “educational strength depends on the development and retention of great scholars and teachers”. […]

EdD in KIN 2016 cohort student Misti Wajciechowski, assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and her colleague, Tim Lampe, director for athletic facilities with VCU Athletics hosted a “Richmond Virginia metro area (RVA) STEM in Sports” event at VCU Stuart C. Siegel Center for teachers and students in Richmond Public Schools. Misti stated that […]

The junior varsity wheelchair basketball team at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) ranked fourth place in the 2017 NWBA Southeastern Junior Division Conference Championship and was invited to 2017 National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. David Kyle, a member of the EdD in Kinesiology 2015 cohort, serves as the director of UAH’s Ability Sport Network.  […]

EdD in Kinesiology student, Eric Tucker recently served as a moderator for an open discussion in policing and community engagement with local policy leaders and law enforcement at NC State Social Work Symposium. The theme of this symposium was “Policy and Advocacy: Intersectionality of Poverty, Race, and Gender.” The City of Raleigh and City of […]

UNCG EdD alumni Dr. DeAnne Brooks was recently honored as the recipient of the 2017 HHS Emerging Leader Award. This award recognizes exceptional achievements and significant contributions to the recipient’s profession, community/society or university. DeAnne is currently an assistant professor at Salem College, where she has developed as a leader in the areas of academia, […]