Sport Management faculty member Marissa Pollick comments on Title IX and the work that still needs to be done.
Marissa Pollick, Sport Management lecturer, discusses Title IX with The Christian Science Monitor.
AES faculty member Michael Stack authored the declaration, which was announced on April 29.
Michael Stack, Applied Exercise Sciences Lecturer, was the author of the proclamation designating the month of May as "Michigan Moves Month" in order to help Michiganders improve their physical and mental health.
Sport Management faculty Wenche Wang and Stacy-Lynn Sant studied how Instagram posts helped fuel the media coverage of NFL athlete activism.
A study by Sport Management Assistant Professors Wenche Wang and Stacy-Lynn Sant found that the news media covered the National Football League’s national anthem protests more heavily on their Instagram accounts when the reader’s reactions were more negative and polarized.
MVS faculty member Rebecca Hasson discusses the benefits of recess for school children.
Movement Science Associate Professor Rebecca Hasson explains how children benefit from recess during an interview with Bridge Michigan.
SM faculty member Stefan Szymanski examines why American sports franchise owners are so quick to purchase English Premier Soccer clubs.
Stefan Szymanski, professor of Sport Management, writes an editorial for The Conversation explaining the many reasons why American sports franchise owners want to get involved in owning English Premier Soccer clubs.
Kinesiology students gain first-hand field experience while working as coaches at MVMNT FIT.
Applied Exercise Lecturer Michael Stack is helping Kinesiology students gain first-hand experience by having them intern as coaches at his HIIT circuit training fitness studio MVMNT FIT.
It’s not uncommon for WNBA players like Brittney Griner to compete in Russia. Here’s why they do it.
SM faculty member Ketra Armstrong discusses why WNBA players look to play overseas during the WNBA’s offseason.
Dr. Ketra Armstrong is quoted in NBC News discussing the monetary draw for WNBA players to play overseas during the WNBA's offseason.
FIFA’s suspension of Russia is a rarity – but one that strips bare the idea that sport can be apolitical
SM faculty member Stefan Szymanski discusses FIFA's response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
SM faculty member Stefan Szymanski authors an editorial for The Conversation regarding FIFA suspending Russia from international competition due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Kinesiology faculty member Rebecca Hasson's InPACT at Home is expanding into the community.
InPACT at Home, a program created by Rebecca Hasson (associate professor of Movement Science), is expanding beyond the classroom and into the community thank to its partnership with PBS Michigan Learning Channel.
Sport Management Professor Dr. Ketra Armstrong discusses the NFL's first Super Bowl halftime show focused on hip-hop.
Ketra Armstrong, professor of Sport Management, was quoted in the NY Times article about this year's Super Bowl halftime show being the first-ever focused on hop-hop.
SM Professor Ketra Armstrong researches lack of women in MI sport leadership
Sport Management Professor Ketra Armstrong is part of the Michigan Task Force on Women in Sports addressing the issues surrounding opportunities and experiences for girls and women in sport throughout the state of Michigan.