Read More About Nancy Eric Erickson
[Football] was the one sport that I had not had an opportunity to play as I was growing up. I was 35 years old and I knew it was going to be my last chance, so I decided I would play.
Read More About Danielle Rauch
Out of high school, I was interested in nutrition and how the body works. So, I knew I wanted to get involved with kinesiology. Then it was a matter of finding my path in that, and exercise science -- how the body works and moves, and what you have to do to sustain things -- is really interesting to me.
Read More About Sophia Baur-Waisbord
The power of networking within the School of Kinesiology and the exposure to a variety of topics, classes, and conversations are huge. I would not be where I am today or think the way that I do if I didn't have those two things when I was in college.
Read More About Mitchell Siegel
It’s one of the top three schools for kinesiology. It’s hard to turn that down. I love the work hard, play hard mentality that I’ve noticed on campus.
Many of our graduates go on to work as wellness coordinators, exercise instructors, coaches, clinical exercise physiologists and research scientists. Others pursue post-graduate studies in public health or business.