Kinesiology postdoctoral researchers Elroy Aguiar and Scott Ducharme, who work in Catrine Tudor-Locke’s Physical Activity and Health Lab, recently held guest spots on UMass Radio’s Lab Talk with Laura.
Ten School of Public Health and Health Sciences students recently won UMass Alumni Association Awards for 2018. Awards were distributed based on outstanding academic achievements, leadership, and community service.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst recently named Kinesiology major Colleen Sands ‘18 a Rising Researcher for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The International Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour and Human Kinetics recently announced the launch of the Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behavior (JMPB), with Professor Emerita of Kinesiology Patty Freedson serving as its editor-in-chief.
Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson, professor of epidemiology, is the editor of a new book titled Cursed? Biologic and Cultural Aspects of the Menstrual Cycle and Menstruation. This collection of essays and original research articles offers a comprehensive perspective of the importance of the menstrual cycle in women's lives.
Graduation week is one of the campus’ busiest and most exciting of the year – the time when thousands of students graduate and their friends, family members, and faculty are on campus to support them. In addition to the university’s undergraduate commencement, each school or college at the university hosts a senior recognition ceremony where students are called up individually to the stage to be recognized for their accomplishments.
A field of 11 teams and more than 80 players turned out for the Kinesiology Club’s third annual Charity Dodgeball Tournament held in the Boyden Gym in late April.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences will host a special Boston Alumni Night on Monday, June 25, 2018, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at The University of Massachusetts Club.
Peter L. Pellett, professor emeritus of nutrition whose work focused on relieving child malnutrition worldwide, died May 10.
Associate Professor of Epidemiology Katherine Reeves is the lead author of a paper recently published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention. Titled “Depression, Antidepressant Use, and Breast Cancer Risk in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women: A Prospective Cohort Study,” the article presents findings of the largest prospective study to date to examine whether depression or antidepressant use can be linked to an increased risk of breast cancer.