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    TLTC Grants Fund Innovative Teaching

    Dr. Melissa Gross, associate professor of movement science and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, recently led...... READ MORE

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    Phi Epsilon Kappa Active Once More

    The University of Michigan chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa (PEK) fraternity was officially...... READ MORE

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    Lee, Kwak on Fans, Sponsors, Cheating

    Why did fans and sponsors such as Nike drop Lance Armstrong but stay loyal to Tiger Woods? Probably because Armstrong's doping scandal took place...... READ MORE

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    Seidler: Your Brain on Microgravity

    Movement Science professor Dr. Rachael Seidler, principal investigator of NASA’s NeuroMapping...... READ MORE

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    Broglio Studies New Concussion Law Impact

    New laws regulating concussion treatment, bolstered by heightened public awareness, have resulted in a large increase in the treatment of...... READ MORE

ATHLETIC TRAINING

AT majors study the treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries while working with elite athletes. The curriculum includes classroom instruction and clinical experience.

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HEALTH & FITNESS

The new Health and Fitness major provides students the knowledge and skills required for success in the growing field of physical fitness and wellness.

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MOVEMENT SCIENCE

Providing an excellent foundation for careers in health and medicine, the Movement Science curriculum provides many opportunities for laboratory research with an engaged faculty.

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SPORT MANAGEMENT

Combine your love of sports with a career in business: Sport Management! Graduates go on to exciting careers in marketing, broadcasting, sales, law, and many other fields.

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GRADUATE PROGRAM

Masters and Doctoral programs are flexible and designed to provide you with courses and experiences tailored to your scholarly interests.

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