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Free Balance, Strength and Physical Function Class for Adults 50 and Older

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology is offering a free seven-week strength, function and balance class for adults of 50 years of age and older who are looking to improve their physical function. The objective of this … (Read More) Free Balance, Strength and Physical Function Class for Adults 50 and Older

Eric Martin Presents about Athletes Work with Social Justice and Activism at Conference

Eric Martin recently presented three posters at the Association of Applied Sport Psychology conference in Toronto, Ontario. Two of the posters were projects that focused on Martin’s work with the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE) that investigates issues … (Read More) Eric Martin Presents about Athletes Work with Social Justice and Activism at Conference

Master of Science in Kinesiology Alumna Wins 2017-2018 Boise State University Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award

Ali Ohashi, a Master of Science in Kinesiology alumna, recently won the 2017-2018 Boise State University Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award for the Humanities, Social Sciences, Education and Business. Her thesis project was titled, “Transitioning Out of Sport: Perspectives of Student-Athlete … (Read More) Master of Science in Kinesiology Alumna Wins 2017-2018 Boise State University Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award

Faculty and Staff Invited to Register for the Fall 2018 10-Week Fitness Challenge

Students in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology invite faculty and staff to participate in a 10-week Fitness Challenge. The Fitness Challenge is an opportunity to improve participants health and fitness for the upcoming year, give the … (Read More) Faculty and Staff Invited to Register for the Fall 2018 10-Week Fitness Challenge

Five Health Sciences Faculty Awarded $20,000 for Pilot Research Projects

The College of Health Sciences Office of Research in conjunction with the college’s Dean’s Office is proud to award five research faculty applicants $20,000 each from the Intramural Pilot Project Program, better known as IP³. The grant monies will assist … (Read More) Five Health Sciences Faculty Awarded $20,000 for Pilot Research Projects

Robert Wood Joins Boise State as School of Allied Health Sciences Director

Robert Wood will be the next director of the School of Allied Health Sciences. Wood will begin the directorship at the end of July. Wood comes to Boise State from New Mexico State University where he has been a professor … (Read More) Robert Wood Joins Boise State as School of Allied Health Sciences Director

College of Health Sciences 3 Minute Thesis and Graduate Showcase Winners

The month of April marked Boise State University’s second annual Research Month – a time to celebrate the diverse and rich array of research happening on campus. As part of that celebration, the Graduate College awarded $15,000 to more than … (Read More) College of Health Sciences 3 Minute Thesis and Graduate Showcase Winners

Faculty and Staff Complete Department of Kinesiology Fitness Challenge

Hats off to the top 10 finalists of the Spring 2018 Fitness Challenge, sponsored by the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology. The Fitness Challenge is a friendly competition between Boise State employees who train with kinesiology students … (Read More) Faculty and Staff Complete Department of Kinesiology Fitness Challenge

Certificate in Sport Coaching Program Now Offered Through the Department of Kinesiology

Interested in being a sports coach? The Department of Kinesiology has a new Certificate in Sport Coaching for you. All students of any major at Boise State University interested in sport coaching are welcome to enroll. The Certificate in Sport … (Read More) Certificate in Sport Coaching Program Now Offered Through the Department of Kinesiology

Athletic Training Students Get Inside Glimpse To NCAA Championship

Two Boise State Department of Kinesiology athletic training students, Mikey Tsukamoto and Andrew Gong, had a rare glimpse into the undertakings of hosting two rounds of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Though occasionally you may see athletic trainers … (Read More) Athletic Training Students Get Inside Glimpse To NCAA Championship