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Four Kinesiology students will travel to Russia next week to gain career experience at the biggest sporting event on the planet -- working as interns at the World Cup.
The Spring Academic All-Big Ten selections were recently named, including 32 Kinesiology majors. Special kudos to MOVESCI major Audrey Belf for earning a 4.0 GPA!
Our incoming freshman class will be filtering in for orientation over the next six weeks to learn about life in Kines and register for classes.
You can move the world, too! Learn more about our Graduate Program offerings in this video at https://youtu.be/KY-NrSVavfE. And come to our Open House August 9!
Relive the pomp and fun of Commencement 2018. Check out the video on YouTube & photos on Flickr.
At last -- spring weather, exams concluding, and Commencement! If you can't be here in person, view our livestream 4/26, beginning at 4:30pm: http://myumi.ch/LBdY7.
The School of Kinesiology is offering a free "teach out" through Coursera: Free Speech in Sport. Course ends 4/22. Details & registration: http://myumi.ch/6jZZ9.
In an effort to stretch the U.S. revenue base under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the GOP repealed a provision that alters the way professional sports franchises are taxed on player trades.
Officials at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis have created a gametime paradise on its campus to cater to all types of fans.
The Big Ten Conference announced its winter 2017-18 Academic All-Big Ten teams March 21. Seventy-seven U-M student-athletes earned recognition for their work in the classroom, with 15 Kinesiology majors.
Managers of fantasy sports teams spend countless hours and sometimes thousands of dollars on analysis to develop a sophisticated method of getting the best roster.
School of Kinesiology students & faculty, representing each of our undergraduate majors, are featured in our new video. Check it out! https://t.co/OlQn6Rj1rr
Students comprising Foundation 313 this semester are currently seeking requests for proposals from area non-profits. Deadline March 6.
Plans to renovate the 101-year-old Edward Henry Kraus Natural Sciences Building took another step forward on October 19, as the U-M Board of Regents approved the project's schematic design.