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Students testing out surfing mechanisms.

Hold Your Breath, Surf Better

Inspired by the growth of competitive surfing, a team of undergraduate researchers under the direction of Professor Cory Greever is investigating novel training methods that may aid these athletes’ performance. 

Kristine Jankovitz

Letter from the Chair 2019

The Kinesiology and Public Health Department is growing and improving. Kris Jankovitz takes a look at what's new, from faculty to equipment.

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Professor Christine Hackman having a discussion with two students.

Research Aims to Reduce Sexual Assault

The Violence Prevention Research Lab develops and tests ways to increase bystander intervention to prevent sexual assault.

Read more about bystander intervention ›


Senior Earns NIH Fellowship (node/1052)

Senior Earns NIH Fellowship

Senior Leah Meuter earned a prestigious post-baccalaureate fellowship at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center thanks to undergraduate research with Professor Sarah Keadle. The project investigated exercise incentives for young adult cancer survivors.

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Robert Clark and Christiane O’Hara stand next to a bicycle set up to a monitor

Bicycle Crank Length — Go Short

Students and faculty investigated the effects of bicycle crank length on cycling performance. A shorter crank provided a number of advantages.

Read more about cycling ›


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