Movement Science faculty member David Lipps is examining the effects of breast reconstruction surgery on everyday living.
David Lipps, associate professor of Movement Science and director of the Musculoskeletal Biomechanics and Imaging Laboratory, examines how breast cancer treatments impact muscle quality, particularly in the shoulder and arms.
The Joy Choice, alum Michelle Segar's newest book, was named one of the best health books of 2022 by The Washington Post.
National Women’s Soccer League Commissioner Jessica Berman (SM '99) has been named "2022 Best Hire" by Sports Business Journal.
School of Kinesiology Dean Lori Ploutz-Snyder is quoted in a Washington Post story about the impact of astronaut workouts.
School of Kinesiology Dean Lori Ploutz-Snyder discusses with the Washington Post how using high-intensity workout routines designed for astronauts can counter the impact of sitting too much.
Sport Management faculty member Ketra Armstrong speaks with NPR about the pay female basketball players receive in the WNBA.
Ketra Armstrong, professor of Sport Management, discussed with NPR the need for a cultural shift when it comes to paying female basketball players in the WNBA.
World Cup’s ‘middle income trap’ – why breaking into soccer’s elite is so hard to do (as Morocco might soon find out)
Sport Management faculty member Stefan Szymanski discusses why it’s hard for soccer teams from Africa, Asia, and North America to win on the World Cup stage.
Stefan Szymanski, professor of Sport Management, authors an article for the Conversation discussing why teams from Africa, Asia, and North America are consistently underdogs during the FIFA World Cup tournaments.
Athletic Training lecturer Bill Shinavier is elected to the Michigan Athletic Trainer's Society Hall of Fame in June 2022.
Bill Shinavier (MVS MS '96), Athletic Training lecturer, was elected into the Michigan Athletic Trainer's Society Hall of Fame in June 2022.
Sport Management faculty member Stefan Szymanski on the legacy of soccer’s famous “Hand of God” goal.
Stefan Szymanski, professor of Sport Management, discusses the legacy of Diego Maradona’s “Hand of God” goal during the 1986 World Cup match between Argentina and England in the Conversation article “Why Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ goal is priceless – and unforgettable.”
A special issue of Brain Plasticity features research from PhD students Corey Mazo and James Shadiow and Movement Science faculty members Jacob Haus and Michael Vesia.
A study by PhD students Corey Mazo and James Shadiow and Movement Science faculty members Jacob Haus and Michael Vesia presents new evidence that exercise can improve brain function and either delay or prevent neurodegenerative diseases.