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womens physed

"Moving Through the Centuries: The Empowerment of U-M Women Through Physical Activity" is a collection of photographs and memorabilia showcasing women’s physical activity at U-M. Events begin January 12.

Diag with gold snowflakes

Happy Holidays! See you in 2017!

Academic all Big-10 Fall 2016

Eighteen Kines majors made the Academic All-Big 10! To make the list, a student must have earned a letter and be in at least their second academic year, maintaining a cumulative grade-point of 3.0 or higher. 

Natalie Colabianchi

Associate professor of Health & Fitness Natalie Colabianchi will speak on "Examining the role of parks and neighborhoods on physical activity behavior: Past, present and future," December 9, 3:00pm, 3040 CCRB.

Giving Blueday 2016 Thank You

Over 7300 people gifted the University of Michigan on GivingBlueday, November 29, with over $5.5 million. The School of Kinesiology fared well, too – 85 donors generously gave us a total of $40,000! Thank you!

Don Garber in classroom

A Sport Management degree can open doors & spark innovation. Recently we hosted a series of guests and events that led Stephen Master, Senior VP of Sports at Nielsen, to call us "the BEST network in sports."

Dale Ulrich Presidents Council

Movement Science and Health & Fitness professor Dr. Dale Ulrich has recently been named to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition’s (PCFSN) Science Board.

Prosthetic hand in Gates lab

The Rehabilitation Biomechanics Lab translates the subtleties of human movement into prosthetic function to give users the most natural experience possible. Video.

Adidas runner

U-M has launched the Exercise & Sport Science Initiative (ESSI), a new research program that draws on experts from a wide range of faculty and students across campus, Michigan Athletics and industry partners.

Davis in Sydney

GoGlobal! Center for Global Opportunities offers many opportunities for education abroad, including instructor-led trips next spring and summer. Application deadline 11/14 for Kines programs!

KINNECTIONS students

Kinesiology is pleased to announce the launch of KINNECTIONS, a new career networking tool for students, alums, and employers.

Kines to move to Kraus Bldg

The U-M Board of Regents approved plans Thursday to renovate the Kraus Natural Sciences Building into a new home for the School of Kinesiology.

Leah Robinson PATH grant

Movement Science associate professor Leah Robinson was recently awarded a $2.5M NIH grant for her project, "A PATH (Promoting Activity and Trajectories of Health) for Children."

students jumping in big house

The 2016-2017 academic year is starting off with a bang -- welcome events, major nights, career workshops, and social mixers. It's great to be a Michigan Wolverine -- Go Blue!