We examine how the science of physical activity and the business of sport can be used to improve lives. From preventing and rehabilitating disease and injury to developing organizations that help communities thrive, we’re providing the solutions our world needs to move on to better things.
Our world-class faculty lead a diverse range of high-impact research, from understanding the role of physical activity in preventing disease to improving mobility in aging and recovering populations, to managing sport facilities and helping athletes stay safe, to improving health and well-being at all stages of life.
Read More About Cierra Godsey
I am so hard on myself and if I do something, I do it to the fullest. I applied for that next semester, with the brain injury from three months prior, and I took 16 credit hours.
Read More About Dr. Monique Butler
Kinesiology gave me access to a healthy lifestyle that is a part of my life today. In addition to being a very solid platform and undergraduate degree for medical school, studying kinesiology has helped me to understand the importance of wellness, fitness, and taking care of our bodies through preventative medicine.
Read More About Paul Porter
The athletic training team at Michigan is one of the largest and most diverse in terms of skill set and experience in the country. I knew I was going to get a great education. It was the clinical experiences where I had the most on-the-job training and gained a variety of exposures to different techniques.
Read More About Melissa Pick Burnazian
Being at a large university can feel daunting, but within the School of Kinesiology, you sense this supportive and welcoming environment.