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PhD student Kathryn O'Connor and her mentor, athletic training associate professor Dr. Steven Broglio, authored a recent study assessing head impact-measuring devices.

Grad Showcase 2017

Graduate students from our movement science and sport management programs will present posters and talk about their current research at the Graduate Research Showcase 4/11.

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On April 6, the U-M community is invited to view "Keepers of the Game," the highly regarded 2016 film about a Native American womens lacrosse team fighting for cultural acceptance -- and a championship.

Academic All B1G Winter 2017

The Academic All-Big Ten team for Winter 2017 was announced March 22. Of the 63 Michigan student-athletes on the list, fourteen are Kinesiology students.



CCI Grad Celebration 2017

Graduating soon? U-M's Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) has a smorgasbord of Graduation Celebration events to help with your A2 bucket list! Register at:

Hail Yeah 2017

The Hail Yeah! Every Gift Matters event offers current students the opportunity to jot a brief message of gratitude to alums whose donation of $50 or less has impacted their U-M experience. Go Blue!

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SM professor Stefan Szymanski is quoted in an article on major league soccer in San Diego.

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Sport Management associate professor Kathy Babiak is teaching students in her SM 313 class about sport nonprofits by having them start their own -- Foundation 313.

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Financial Priorities: Stadiums vs. Schools. Is this misplaced?

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Riann Palmieri-Smith and Steve Broglio, both Associate Professors of Athletic Training, have received Fellow status in the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). Congratulations, Riann and Steve!

Astronaut Brain Changes

MRIs before and after space missions reveal that astronauts' brains compress and expand during spaceflight, according to research done by MVS professor Rachael Seidler.

Sporting Event Bid Competition

The U-M Sporting Event Bid Competition (SEBC) invites student teams from any college or university to prepare a bid to host a fictional major sporting event. Registration deadline 1/31/17.

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"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.