KHE Department Chair Named Editor-in-chief of the Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine
While serving on The Science Board, Bowers will support the implementation and communication of the National Youth Sports Strategy.
Sophie Lalande explains the steps people can take to decrease their risk of diabetes and how those with it can maintain a healthy and active lifestyle on a budget.
The project provides resources to African Americans to manage their daily demands of type 2 diabetes.
Miguel Pinedo's project will address gaps in our understanding of barriers that prevent people from seeking and receiving appropriate care for alcohol use disorders.
This year, the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education is joined by Hao-Yuan Hsiao and Galia Tzvetkov.
Researchers found that those who remembered seeing in-store and TV e-cigarette marketing were significantly more likely to begin using e-cigarettes up to 2.5 years later.
Does recess have long-term benefits for kids? Learn why Assistant Professor Matt Bowers says yes.
Students in the sport management program help to grow Austin FC's community presence in Austin through internships and in-class projects.
18-24-year-old males are statistically more likely to try drown than their peers. Learn how to stay safe around water this summer with these tips from water safety expert Don Crowley.
Learn how having your child specialize in one sport might hurt their chances of becoming a professional athlete later on.
The award recognizes NATA members who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to leadership, volunteer service, advocacy, and distinguished professional activities as an athletic trainer.
The Mabel Lee Award recognizes younger members who have demonstrated outstanding potential in scholarship, teaching, and professional leadership.
Sabrina Facundo is graduating with a degree in Applied Movement Science with a specialization in Disability Studies. She plans to attend graduate school to become an occupational therapist.
Learn how four graduates will continue to improve education and health across Texas even after they leave the Forty Acres.