Joan S. Hult Women's History Lecture
Kinesiology student gets prestigious RecWell award
Dr. Clark gives lecture on children’s physical activity in Australia
Kinesiology researchers visit Capitol Hill in support of fitness legislation
Congrats to Dr. Shaun Edmonds!
Annual Black History Month Lecture explores lack of diversity in physical therapy profession
Will PG County residents be more active when the Purple Line opens? SPH research will find out.
First Gold Award prize will be awarded March 28
Congrats to Julie Maier!
KNES heats up with the Chili Cook-Off
Daniel Shill is awarded an Individual Predoctoral Fellowship
Business insider: The psychology behind why we're so bad at keeping New Year's resolutions
WDVM: UMD researchers study effects of Purple Line
Psychology Today: Psychology Explains New Year Resolutions, Hits and Misses
Fall 2017 Commencement highlights
Baltimore Sun: Winter brings new chances for a nature escape at Patuxent Research Refuge
Congrats to our fall GRIP Awardees
Dr. David L. Andrews is an Inaugural NASSS Research Fellow
AJP Heart and Circulatory Podcasts: Low Carb Diet and Exercise Improve Endothelial Health
Insight into Diversity: Summer Programs Offer Underrepresented Students Graduate-Level Research Experience
Kinesiology Celebrates Thanksgiving!
Meir Lewin is awarded the Sally J. Phillips Dissertation Fellowship
Alum Anthony Gipe, DPT is new Clinical Director and Physical Therapist
Washington Post: Will the Purple Line make people healthier?
The SPH is sharing our Thanksgiving table
Will Metro’s Purple Line improve the health of Langley Park residents?
The School of Public Health honors community partners on Public Health Thank You Day
Kinesiology researchers study elite soccer player for clues to optimal training strategy
2017 Campus Pantry Food Drive launches
Kinesiology Cookout brings community together!
Robert and Barbara Gold launch public health innovation competition
Kinesiology master’s student Liz Bell receives award for prosthetics research; University of Maryland also recognized
Dr. Carson Smith awarded $3.6 million NIH grant to study exercise and brain health for those at risk for Alzheimer’s Disease
Dr. Jennifer Roberts returns from one-month New Zealand academic appointment
School of Public Health welcomes new faculty
Congrats to Theresa Chirles!
Welcome Renee Stokes!
Congrats to Alfsono Alfini!
SPH alum earns his wings as naval aerospace operational physiologist
Kinesiology professor and strength training pioneer Ben Hurley retires after 34 years
Designing the School of Public Health to fulfill expanding needs
Congratulations to Harry Li, MA for Successfully Defending Master's Thesis
Congratulations to Lindsey Rodkey for Successfully Defending Capstone MPH Project
Dean Lushniak a lead signer on pledge against torture
Congrats to our Graduates!
Edward Chu wins Kinesiology Teaching Assistant of the Year
Shaun Edmonds wins F. Daniel Wagner Graduate Student Physical Activity Instruction Award
Becky Krupenevich wins James H. Humphrey Graduate Student Published Research Award
Department of Kinesiology Celebrates Honors Program Presentations