Kines students: Come to the Kinesiology Diversity & Inclusion Network's KDIN Kickback, their final event of 2018! There'll be food, games, fellowship, food, games, and... oh yeah, food ;-) Location: 555 S. Forest, ground level, room 105 (large student space).
PhD candidate Di (Landy) Lu will be defending her thesis, "Institutional Change Around Sport Policy: Passage of Youth Sports Concussion Legislation Across States." Committee chair: Kathryn Heinze. Location 3100 Observatory Lodge.
The Center for Exercise Research (CXR) Lecture Series continues, this time featuring MVS associate professor Jacob Haus. Jacob is director of the Human Bioenergetics Lab (HBL) and will discuss the work he's doing. Location: Bickner Auditorium, 3735 CCRB.
PhD candidate Andrew Lapointe will defend his dissertation, "The relationship between repeated subclinical head impacts and electrophysiological indices of brain function." Committee chair: Steven Broglio. Location: Rackham Building, Earl Lewis Room.
Join your friends for U-M Night at the Detroit Pistons / Miami Heat game! Included in event price are a ticket in your choice of seating, exclusive U-M/Pistons winter beanie, and a donation to the School of Kinesiology's Managers & Athletic Trainers Scholarship. Tickets from $35. To purchase, go to the Pistons ticket website: http://myumi.ch/J2pQ9. Location: Little Caesar's Arena, 2645 Woodward Avenue, Detroit.
Potential employers will be on campus for the IONM Career Fair on Thursday, January 24, and Friday, January 25. For IONM majors, this is a great opportunity to network! Location: Various rooms at the Michigan League.
Looking for employment, internship, volunteer, or job shadowing opportunities? Find all that and more at our annual career fair on February 21. RSVP on KINNECTIONS (bit.ly/KINNECTIONS). Location: The Graduate Ann Arbor (615 E. Huron St.).