Kinsiology research professor Stuart Chipkin was quoted in a Reuters article reporting on a new study finding transgender children sense their identities at young ages.
Students in the department of kinesiology are in need of clients for free personal training. Individuals with diabetes, cancer, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, post stroke, or that use assistive walking devices are needed for students in a class focusing on exercise programming for individuals with special health needs.
Researchers in the muscle biology laboratory in the department of kinesiology are seeking participants for a study of the effects of different resistance training exercise programs on skeletal muscle function in healthy men and women from 65 to 75 years old.
Her bequest to the Patty Freedson Undergraduate Health and Wellness Scholarship will transform the educational experience for countless students in the future.
Three kinesiology students received awards and scholarships during the annual New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (NEACSM) Fall Conference held November 7-8 in Providence, Rhode Island.
This fall, students enrolled in “KIN 394AI: Applied Kinesiology Concepts to Solve Real World Problems” left the comfort of the classroom and took their training out into the campus community in an effort to improve health and wellness across the university. In the process, they gained valuable hands-on experience in applying a variety of health and fitness concepts they learned over the course of the semester.
Wouter Hoogkamer, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, was quoted in a recent Runner’s Word article about developments in foam technology in regard to efforts made toward building the world’s fastest running shoe.
From arthritis and heart failure to diabetes and menopause, many conditions are associated with muscle weakness and increased fat deposits. Now a multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Jane Kent, Professor and Chair of Kinesiology, is applying a unique approach to examine the effects of fat tissue on skeletal muscle structure and function in young and older men and women.
A group of Kinesiology department members came together to undertake the "Eliud Kipchoge Challenge." Inspired by the Kenyan distance runner Eliud Kipchoge, who broke the fabled two-hour marathon barrier in Vienna this past October in the Ineos159 Challenge, the team took turns matching Kipchoge's 13.1 MPH pace on the treadmill.
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Katie Potter and Clinical Assistant Professor Raeann LeBlanc, College of Nursing, will present their research as part of a human-animal interaction symposium at the Gerontological Society of America’s Annual Scientific Meeting, in Austin, Texas from Nov. 13 through 17.
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