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Geoff Burns

PhD student Geoff Burns is featured in a Wall Street Journal video about the controversy behind Nike's high-end Vaporfly racing shoes.

Riann Palmieri-Smith

Athletic Training Associate Professor Dr. Riann Palmieri-Smith will be the keynote speaker for High Point University's semiannual Distinguished Lecture Series.

Professor Dale Ulrich and Meghann Lloyd smiling in graduation caps and gowns

Meghann Lloyd (MS '07) currently works as an associate professor and director of Kinesiology at Ontario Tech University, where she was given the 2019 Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision. 

Bedar Noor standing in front of Oracle sign

Bedar Noor (SM '19) is currently a business development consultant at Oracle. He spent a few minutes with us reflecting on his time in Kinesiology.

Derek Bycraft standing with bow and arrow

Derek Bycraft (SM '15) is the alumni director at YMCA Storer Camps in Jackson, MI. He sat down with us to answer a few questions about Kinesiology's Master's in Sport Management degree.

Mitchell Seigel sitting in front of table

Junior Mitchell Siegel (AES) spent last summer preparing NBA rookies for the Draft Combine through an internship with Chicago-based sports agency Priority Sports.

Tommy Gayfield, Jr. sitting next to barbell rack.

Tommy Gayfield, Jr. (MS '17) works as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the U-M men's lacrosse and men's soccer team. He shared his thoughts about receiving his master's from Kines. 

Minor league baseball stadium

SM Professor Rodney Fort was quoted in a Slate article discussing Major League Baseball's proposed plan to contract minor league teams. 

Griffen Feinberg with Concussion Center Director Steve Broglio looking at football helmet sensor map

As Movement Science senior Griffin Feinberg gets closer to graduation, we sat down with him and asked him about his time at Kines and at U-M.

Megan Willison watching band members march

Junior Megan Willison (AT) is combining her love of band and athletic training into a research study on preventing Michigan Marching Band injuries.  

Feet jogging on treadmill

Movement Science Professor Jeffrey Horowitz was quoted in a Vox article talking about how to, scientifically, get the most out of your exercise time. 

Jeffrey Zachem

Senior Jeffrey Zachem (SM) was selected as a Forbes Under 30 Scholar, allowing him to attend the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit in October on scholarship.

Morgan Hoskins

Morgan Hoskins (IONM) graduated with her bachelor's in 2017. She took some time to answer a few questions about her time in Kinesiology.

Two football players making a tackle

Dr. Steven Broglio, professor of Athletic Training and the director of the Michigan Concussion Center, is quoted in an MLive article on concussions and football safety. 

Leona Keller

United States Veteran Leona Keller served for five years with the U.S. Marine Corps. Now, she is completing her Movement Science degree and beginning her career in athletic training. 

Tiffany Yoo standing in front of sign

"Having all my teachers know me by name, and truly wanting me and my classmates to succeed, is why I love Kinesiology so much."

-Tiffany Yoo, HF 2020 

Jason Williams headshot

Jason Williams graduated with his bachelor's in Athletic Training in 2012. We asked him a few questions about his time in Kinesiology. 

Dr. Okanlami and Brian Heyman

Dr. Oluwaferanmi Okanlami is leveraging campus and academic interest in adaptive sports to grow the U-M Adaptive Sports Program.

David Lipps

David Lipps, assistant professor of Movement Science, presents "Neuromuscular implications of managing breast cancer with mastectomy and breast reconstruction" during the Hartwig Research Presentation on 11/15.

University of California football stadium

Sport Management Professor Rodney Fort discusses the outcomes and misconceptions surrounding the State of California law granting college athletes compensation for their name, image, and likeness.

KDIN members

The Kinesiology Diversity & Inclusion Network, or KDIN, is a student-led organization that builds and nurtures diversity and inclusion efforts within the School of Kinesiology.  

Ketra Armstrong

Nine U-M professors named inaugural recipients of University Diversity and Social Transformation Professorships, including Associate Dean for Graduate Student Affairs and Sport Management professor Ketra Armstrong.