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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 

ESSI Symposium crowd and panel discussion

The School of Kinesiology will be well represented at the annual Exercise and Sport Science Initiative Symposium, with four faculty members and a PhD candidate presenting. 

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.