On behalf of the faculty and staff, I welcome you to the Department of Kinesiology website. Here you will find a vast array of information about our graduate and undergraduate academic programs, faculty, and research. Check back regularly as our website will also keep you up to date with the latest news about our department.
As an introduction about who we are and what we do, the Department of Kinesiology is an academic program that provides high quality educational opportunities for our students in the sub-disciplines of biomechanics and motor systems, physical activity and health, and physiology. Application of this knowledge through ‘hands-on’ internships, practica, and laboratory-based research experiences offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain skills and experience for the workforce or to prepare for graduate study in allied health fields and medicine. We have embraced innovative technologies and approaches to teaching in an effort to optimize our students’ learning experiences. Our graduate program trains students in the research enterprise by immersing them in a culture of science led by our esteemed faculty. As a result, our graduates have gone on to become independent scientists and have assumec leadership positions nationally and internationally.
We have a truly extraordinary faculty committed to providing our 700 + undergraduate and 40+ graduate students with an excellent education. We seek to discover new knowledge related to physical activity and health and translate this knowledge to improve people’s lives. Our faculty and students are creative and industrious as they successfully work together to achieve this goal.
Please contact Eliza Frechette (email@example.com), our Undergraduate Program Director for questions about our undergraduate program and our graduate admissions coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions about our graduate program.
Catrine Tudor-Locke, PhD, FACSM, FNAK
Professor and Chair