Sport Management faculty member Ketra Armstrong comments on the NHL’s diversity efforts.
Ketra Armstrong, professor of Sport Management, comments on the National Hockey League’s diversity efforts for the Associated Press article “Analysis: NHL has place to start with demographic study.”
Movement Science faculty member Jeff Horowitz discusses the effects of exercise on metabolic health with Michigan News.
Jeff Horowitz, professor of Movement Science, was featured in the Michigan News article “Exercise can modify fat tissue in ways that improve health—even without weight loss.” He discusses how exercise can benefit a body's metabolic health by changing fat cell tissue composition and structure.
Athletic Training faculty member Steve Broglio quoted in CNN, Yahoo, Washington Post, and The Oakland Press
Steve Broglio, professor of Athletic Training and director of the University of Michigan Concussion Center, was quoted in multiple media outlets over the past few weeks regarding the handling of Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailia’s concussion and the increase of concussion education and awareness in the state of Michigan.
Our students, faculty, classrooms, and labs shine in a new University of Michigan public service announcement that will be broadcast nationwide.
The University of Michigan's newest public service announcement, titled "This Is Your Day, No Other!," features School of Kinesiology classrooms, labs, students, and faculty, including Deanna Gates, associate professor of Movement Science; Kathy Kern, Applied Exercise Science and Movement Science lecturer; and Adam Lepley, clinical associate professor of Applied Exercise Science, Athletic Training, and Movement Science.
The U-M Office of the Vice President for Research highlights the concussion work done by Athletic Training faculty member Steve Broglio and the CARE Consortium.
Athletic Training Professor Steve Broglio is highlighted in the U-M Office of the Vice President for Research video about the CARE Consortium's concussion research.
Sport Management faculty member Ketra Armstrong discusses how Title IX hasn’t benefitted women of all races.
Ketra Armstrong, professor of Sport Management, is quoted in the NY Times article focusing on how Title IX hasn’t impacted women across all races.
Sport Management faculty member Ketra Armstrong co-authored the final report.
Ketra Armstrong, professor of Sport Management, co-authored the Michigan Task Force on Women in Sports final report, which was released this week to mark the 50th anniversary of Title IX.
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.