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Whatever is beautiful, whatever is meaningful, whatever brings you happiness — may it be yours this holiday season and throughout the coming year!

Academic all b1G Fall 2017

The Fall 2017 Academic All-Big Ten includes 122 student athletes, including 28 Kinesiology majors.

Kines Smiles for Mott Toy Drive girl coloring

Bring cheer to a young Mott patient over the holidays -- by donating a toy during our Kines Smiles for Mott campaign. Ends Friday, 12/8 at 5pm. (Please read Mott guidelines before donating.)

Thank you for Giving Blueday

They're still toting up the figures from Tuesday's Giving Blueday donations, but we already know that Kinesiology supporters are truly #LeadersAndBest!


Football has become a multi-billion-pound business in recent decades and Stefan Szymanski, of U-M Kinesiology says he cannot see the growth stopping any time soon.  


Researchers from U-M and Fudan University in China set out to learn the extent to which BMI and positive outlook affect the physical and mental health of college students in China's Fudan University.


The Red Wings say they have sold out all home games and the Pistons boast higher sales. Yet, seats lie empty while they play at new Little Caesers Arena. U-M professor Rodney Fort analyzes the problem.

alumni awardees 2017

This year's Alumni Achievement awardees are from the fields of rehabilitation, strength & fitness, & health disparities research. Album:


For U-M School of Kinesiology juniors J.J. Wachler and Ben Meyers, Sunday night means it's time for “The Spew", where they discuss all things U-M Sports in a way specifically geared to students.


Rebecca Hasson of U-M Kinesiology and many others argue that, with some exceptions, genetics linked to race play a much smaller role for most people than we once thought.


Natalie Colabianchi, associate professor of health and fitness, recently received a four-year, $3.3M award from the National Institutes of Health to continue her research into obesity and health disparity.


Shannon Hennessey, director of undergraduate student affairs, received a Council for Disability Concerns Certificate of Appreciation for her commitment to advocating for those with disabilities.

Welcome HoMe to Kraus!

Plans to renovate the 101-year-old Edward Henry Kraus Natural Sciences Building took another step forward on October 19, as the U-M Board of Regents approved the project's schematic design.


U-M's own Dr. Mark Rosentraub, joined ABC6's "In the Arena" moderator, Joe Paolino, for a discussion of the PawSox proposal.


The US Library of Congress has selected sport management professor Rod Fort's website for inclusion in its web archives. Congratulations, Rod!