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Kinesiology in the news
2016-2017 major accomplishments achievements Faculty Tim Musch named university distinguished professor, a lifetime title that is the highest honor the university bestows on its faculty members. Emily Mailey received the award for Best Ear (More)
From our department head
Welcome to our summer 2017 Department of Kinesiology newsletter. It is packed with news and information about graduate and undergraduate academic programs, students, faculty, research and alumni. It has been my pleasure to serve as department head (More)
Alumni profile: BJ Lehecka
BJ Lehecka, DPT, is an assistant professor in the College of Health Professions and Physical Therapy at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. At WSU, Lehecka teaches coursework concerning the hip and spine regions, posture, gait, proprioceptiv (More)
Scholarship spotlight: Larry Noble
Larry Noble with 2017 scholarship recipient, Carson Jennings. The Larry Noble Fitness Promotion Scholarship was established in 2005 and has been awarded yearly to a junior or s (More)
Faculty profile: Carl Ade
Carl Ade, assistant professor in the kinesiology department and member of the Johnson Cancer Research Center, earned his doctorate in physiology from K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduating, Ade joined the faculty at the University (More)
Internship opportunities and Nichols Chiropractic
Kade Kanelakos assisting with patient care at Nichols Chiropractic. Our internship program is growing! Are you interested in offering an internship experience to undergraduates (More)
Scholarship and award winners
K-State's kinesiology department recently recognized students who have earned departmental scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year at its annual scholarship celebration. The following students are scholarship winners: Taylor Green, Pauline (More)
Student spotlight: Kelsie Carpenter, Shane Hammer and Stephanie Kurti
Kelsie Carpenter (undergraduate) Kelsie Carpenter is a senior in kinesiology and pre-physician assistant from Overland Park, Kansas. She plans to graduate from K-State in May of 2018 and attend Physician Assistant Graduate School at Wichita State (More)
Human Ecology names entrepreneur award winners
Commonly known as the Trasey Twins, Michelle Stirewalt-Hutton and Kristie Stirewalt-Winter are co-owners of TwinFitness, a female-centered, private personal training studio in Overland Park, Kansas. Founded in 2003, TwinFitness has a goal of inspirin (More)
May Classes and Workshops
The Museum hosts a variety of classes and workshops throughout the year for all ages! "Math/Art Connections": Classes will focus math concepts – shape, form, space, etc. Each class includes gallery discussion and activities and an art p (More)
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