School of Kinesiology

  1. October 17, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  2. May 17, 2022

    Polarized Instagrammers fueled coverage of athlete activism

    News media covered the NFL national anthem protests more heavily on their Instagram accounts when readers’ reactions to protest were more negative and more polarized, a U-M study found.

  3. April 25, 2022

    Center for Interprofessional Education enters next phase in advancing health

    The Center for Interprofessional Education, which for the past seven years has worked to advance an interdisciplinary health-care educational effort at U-M, is now launching its next phase.

  4. April 25, 2022

    Profiles of five prospective Class of 2022 graduates

    Each year The University Record profiles selected prospective graduates who highlight the range of experiences and people who attend U-M.

  5. April 25, 2022

    Kinesiology senior hopes to help stroke patients

    Jordan Raschi hopes her research at U-M one day helps stroke patients recover their manual dexterity. Movement has been a theme throughout her life, beginning with the dance classes she took as a girl growing up in rural Chester County, Pennsylvania.

  6. January 17, 2022

    Three faculty members to receive Goddard Power awards

    Oveta Fuller and Reshma Jagsi, both of the Medical School, and Bhramar Mukherjee of the School of Public Health will receive 2022 Sarah Goddard Power Awards.

  7. January 10, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  8. August 30, 2021

    Schools and colleges preparing for more traditional fall semester

    The Record asked schools and colleges to share some aspect of the coming year they’d like to highlight, within the context of moving on after the pandemic’s restrictions.

  9. March 15, 2021

    Getting kids moving is exercise physiologist’s passion

    Rebecca Hasson, associate professor of movement science in the School of Kinesiology, helped lead an effort to provide resources for and remove barriers to physical activity for children during the pandemic.

  10. January 11, 2021

    Discussion to examine health care disparities, racial empowerment

    The School of Kinesiology will welcome Monique Butler to lead a discussion addressing the theme, “Where Do We Go From Here: Body Politics and Movement Towards Racial Empowerment.”