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Department of Kinesiology

Bronco Students Explore Another “Blue Turf” for Rare Learning Experience

There are not many people who can say they have interacted with dolphins in the depths of the ocean, or swam next to Caribbean reef sharks, unless you are a student in Shawn Simonson’s Hyperbaric Physiology course, in which case … (Read More) Bronco Students Explore Another “Blue Turf” for Rare Learning Experience

Unique Kinesiology Course Featured in Photo of the Week

This photo was featured as Boise State’s Photo of the Week for Jan. 6. Mary Branchflower of Dive Magic took the photo of the students in the School of Allied Health Sciences’ Department of Kinesiology’s Hyperbaric Physiology class. while underwater … (Read More) Unique Kinesiology Course Featured in Photo of the Week

Kinesiology Faculty Hosts Wilderness Survival Skills Field Trip

Ken Bell, associate professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology, led a combined team of 15 Boise State students, 20 Timberline High School students, and 20 North Junior High students on a wilderness survival skills field … (Read More) Kinesiology Faculty Hosts Wilderness Survival Skills Field Trip

Human Performance Lab to Host Discounted Body Composition Testing Day

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology’s Human Performance Lab (HPL) will be hosting a discounted body composition testing day on Saturday, November 5 from 8 am to 5 pm at the HPL. Body composition testing determines the … (Read More) Human Performance Lab to Host Discounted Body Composition Testing Day

New Kinesiology Faculty Receives Recognition at AASP Annual Conference

Eric Martin, assistant professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology, received an award, presented a poster, and co-led a workshop at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) 31st Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on Sept. … (Read More) New Kinesiology Faculty Receives Recognition at AASP Annual Conference

Kinesiology Faculty Featured in Boise County Connection

Ken Bell, associate professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology, was featured in an article in the Boise County Connection on Sept. 25. On Sept. 22, Bell lead a combined team of 15 Boise State students, … (Read More) Kinesiology Faculty Featured in Boise County Connection

Master Of Athletic Leadership Program Doubles Size in Three Years

By: Cienna Madrid Think back to the hours (and years) you spent in physical education class in school. Or if you played sports as a kid, consider for a moment how you felt about your extracurricular basketball, soccer or tennis teams. … (Read More) Master Of Athletic Leadership Program Doubles Size in Three Years

Kinesiology Faculty Hosts Wilderness Survival Skills Field Trip

By: Cienna Madrid On Sept. 22, Ken Bell, associate professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology, lead a combined team of 15 Boise State students, 20 Timberline High School students and 20 North Junior High students … (Read More) Kinesiology Faculty Hosts Wilderness Survival Skills Field Trip

Housing Welcomes New COHS Faculty in Residence

There is an influx of new student faces in the residence halls this semester, along with some new and familiar faculty who also are living there. The Faculty in Residence (FIR) program was established to create better opportunities for students … (Read More) Housing Welcomes New COHS Faculty in Residence

Life-Changing Learning Can Happen Below Sea

There are not many courses that offer as much as Shawn Simonson’s Hyperbaric Physiology course. In this interdisciplinary graduate course, students learn about the physiological changes that occur while diving, the physics of underwater environments, the oceanic flora and fauna … (Read More) Life-Changing Learning Can Happen Below Sea