If You Want It Done…Do It Yourself

“For a while now, we have been trying to find the perfect laboratory book to supplement our teaching in the human anatomy lab, but were not having luck.”  Those are the words of Kevin Cole, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of Kinesiology that accurately portray the shared concern and lament we both had with publicly and commercially […]

Alumni Feature – Hannah Raycraft

by Hannah Johnsen ’16 Raycraft It is funny now as I look back on my 18 year-old self about to start college. I was under the impression, as most soon-to-be college students are, that I had to know what I was going to study for the next four years as soon as I stepped foot on campus. […]

Meet the BodPod

By Kirk Brumels and Maureen Dunn, Professors of Kinesiology No…the folks in the Kinesiology Department are not experimenting with time travel or paying homage to Jules Verne by attempting to reach 20,000 leagues, but what they are doing is still pretty cool.  Meet our newest addition…the BodPod! The Kinesiology Department recently took ownership of a new […]