Two New Hands-On Learning Courses

A student wearing motion-capture equipment
6/9/15


The School of Kinesiology is proud to offer two new experiential learning courses this fall in partnership with the U-M Office of Digital Education & Innovation (DEI).

Motion Capture, taught by movement science associate professor Melissa Gross, teaches students how to use technology to collect and analyze human movement data - an amazing blend of science and art.

Clinical Gait Analysis, taught by movement science assistant professor Deanna Gates, teaches students how to visually assess how patients walk - great for future physicians and physical therapists.

Learn more about these courses at bit.ly/UMMotionCapture and bit.ly/UMGaitAnalysis.