Read More About Eden Buell
My goal as a Kinesiology student ambassador is to ensure all new and prospective students feel welcome regardless of who they are or where they originated. I genuinely hope all current and incoming students know the School of Kinesiology supports their goals and ambitions, and does a fantastic job of providing inclusive opportunities to all their students without bias.
Read More About Sonaal Verma
MOVESCI 110 changed my perspective on the medical field. The class is divided into three different modules, neuroscience, motor control, and exercise physiology, and taught by different faculty members. They emphasized how interconnected the field of medicine and studying the human body are. The class taught me to look more holistically at problems because other aspects one isn’t considering may impact them.
Read More About Harmony Groves
It’s valuable for me because you build a sense of community and develop relationships with people who are on the same wavelength in terms of what they are interested in learning and where they can see themselves going.
Read More About Amy Ding
We’re a “big small school,” with resources like a career development center and strong advising. However, we also have a small community feel with groups like the Kinesiology Diversity and Inclusion Network (KDIN) where we celebrate things like Lunar New Year. We have those resources usually afforded to bigger schools while having the community aspect of a smaller school.
Movement Science graduates go on to work in different health-related disciplines, such as medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical rehabilitation, and biomedical research.