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Man sitting on couch watching soccer

Professor Rodney Fort (Sport Management) is quoted in The Athletic article on the economics of live sports not being shown on television and the pressure sports leagues are under to resume playing.

Chris Hutchinson standing in front of COVID-19 sign

Dr. Chris Hutchinson (MVS '93) is serving on the front-line of the COVID-19 pandemic as an emergency room physician at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. He shared his first-hand account with

Lee Michaud

Lee Michaud (MS '90) has been announced as the new president of USA Diving. 

Ariel pic of the Krause building

Dean Lori Ploutz-Snyder gives an update on the measures the school and university are taking to ensure continuity of our students' education and well-being.

Cole Greenspan sitting by a pool.

Sport Management master's student Cole Greenspan currently works as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the University of Michigan Football team. We spoke with him about his time with Kinesiology.

Sophia Baur-Waisbord

Sophia Baur-Waisbord (HF '17) is currently earning her master's in Higher Education at Harvard University. We spoke with her about her time in Kinesiology and what she has done after graduation.

Josh D'Angelo posing with some of the local Villa Nueva leadership in Michigan attire.

Josh D'Angelo (MVS '10) is the chief operations officer for Move Together, a non-profit providing access to physical rehabilitation services. We caught up with him to talk about his work and time in Kinesiology.

Empty seats

Dae Hee Kwak, associate professor of Sport Management, is quoted in an AP story on how the coronavirus is affecting sporting event attendance. 

Dashiell Carichner standing in front of the Big House

Movement Science senior Dashiell Carichner worked on the iGym, an augmented reality gaming system designed for inclusive play.

Ted Simmons

Ted Simmons (SMC '96) proves that it is never too late to go back to school, finishing his degree after a career playing Major League Baseball. He was inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame in 2019. 

Adam Lepley

Adam Lepley, clinical assistant professor of AT, AES, and MS, has been named to the fifth cohort of U-M Interprofessional Leadership Fellows. 

Yajie Wang holding U-M Kinesiology Flag

Sport Management master's student Yajie Wang spent the first part of January 2020 volunteering in the media relations center for the Youth Winter Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Student speaking with employer

Join us on Tuesday, February 18 from 4-6 p.m. for the 2020 Kinesiology Career Fair.

2020 EECS Islam Concussion Detecting Laser.

Doctors, engineers, and researchers from U-M Kinesiology, Engineering, Michigan Medicine, and LSA have developed an infrared laser to measure whether brain cells are in distress.

Adam Lepley, assistant professor of kinesiology , left, and Elisa Medeiros, technician, prepare a model patient for functional MRI testing

New research by Athletic Training faculty members Lindsey Lepley and Adam Lepley found that structural change happens to a person's brain after they tear their ACL.

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. 

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.