Virtual Award Ceremony held Tuesday, February 1.
The School of Kinesiology is a recipient of the 2022 Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress In Diversifying Award, which supports a long-standing vision of increasing the number of diverse women in the academy.
AES/MVS faculty member Haylie Miller tackles motor issues for kids with autism.
Haylie Miller is an assistant professor of Applied Exercise Science and Movement Science, director of the Motor & Visual Development Lab, and director of the newly-founded University of Michigan Consortium for Autism Research, Education, & Services (UM-CARES). She joined our school as a faculty member in January 2021. We sat down with Dr. Miller to talk about her background and research.
New partnership will deepen and expand existing research, create new opportunities for faculty and students, and further address complex issues related to human performance.
As the world of exercise and sport continues to expand and evolve, the Exercise & Sport Science Initiative (ESSI) will play an essential role in optimizing physical performance and health for people of all ages and abilities.
Sport Management faculty member Rod Fort is interviewed by San Francisco radio station KNBR about the MLB lockout.
Sport Management Professor Rodney Fort shared his economic perspective of Major League Baseball's lockout with San Francisco, CA radio station KNBR.
Sport Management faculty member Rod Fort speaks with Inside Higher Ed on the rising coaching salaries in collegiate athletics.
Sport Management Professor Rod Fort is quoted in the Inside Higher Ed article "What Blockbuster Coaching Contracts Mean for Higher Ed."
SM faculty member Stefan Szymanski discusses the rising cost of attendance for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Stefan Szymanski, professor of Sport Management, was interviewed by Sportico about the rising cost of attendance for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The annual event was held in the School of Kinesiology for the first time.
The Michigan Sports Business Conference was held in the School of Kinesiology for the first time on Friday, 11/5.
Faculty members Lindsey and Adam Lepley author new research on quadricep muscle fibers.
Faculty members Lindsey Lepley and Adam Lepley are co-authors of a new study that shows that quadricep muscle fibers contract differently following ACL reconstruction surgery.
Faculty member Adam Lepley discusses his work with the Center for Interprofessional Education to create videos showcasing interprofessional health care team communication.
Adam Lepley, clinical assistant professor of Applied Exercise Science, Athletic Training, and Movement Science, worked with the Center for Interprofessional Education to develop videos demonstrating effective communication between health care team members.
The CARE/Service Academy Longitudinal mTBI Outcomes Study (SALTOS) Integrated (CSI) Study, will investigate the long-term effects of head impact exposure (HIE) and concussion/mild traumatic brain injury in NCAA student-athletes and military service members.