Kinesiology and Health Education alumnus Nate Boyer discusses how his experiences as a U.S. Special Forces Green Beret, University of Texas Longhorn and NFL player led him towards activism
Increases in binge-watching are causing increased health risks. Provost's Teaching Fellow Dixie Stanforth speaks to Consumer Reports on these risks and how to reduce them.
Kinesiology and Health Education student Sarah Chavez explains the benefits of learning new curriculum in a new country through the University of Texas at Austin study abroad programs.
Kinesiology and Health Education Assistant Professor Liesl Nydegger discusses how rising housing costs are putting domestic violence victims at greater risk.
This is awarded to one volunteer per location each year and is given to someone who has great communication with the staff, is loyal to their position, connects with families, and is a great example of a volunteer.
Is HIV even still a problem? The answer is yes and that is part of the problem because we don’t talk about it.
Steinhardt’s research focuses on the determinants and methods for building resilience and strength when challenged with change and stressful situations.
Terry Todd is interviewed by NPR's Texas Standard podcast about his friendship and meeting with André the Giant
Ann-Katrin Grotle, a Ph.D. student in the exercise science program in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, has won three awards at the most recent meeting of the TACSM
"What you hear again and again and again is of someone who doesn't measure up in terms of what we think is fit and beautiful and transforming themselves through exercise."
The International Sports Hall of Fame inductees for the class of 2018 include some of the most elite athletes and contributors to the world of sports. They have made their mark on the world and are being honored for thei
Duckworth is the third recipient from Texas since 2012 to receive this award. He is also a consecutive winner from Texas, as the 2017 Graduate Essay Prize was awarded to Ben Pollack
Associate Professor Thomas Hunt Featured in Pittsburg Post-Gazzette Article on Russian Doping in the Olympics
Associate Professor Thomas Hunt offers insight on the political strategy behind Russian doping in the Olympics.
Students Ralph Alvarez, Tushar Patel, Ronald Ramon and Erin Backus (team alternate) participated in the tournament on January 26th. They defeated 11 other teams, including those from graduate Athletic Training programs.
Two College of Education alumni will receive honors at the 2018 SHAPE America Convention and Expo.
Liesl Nydegger was presented with the 2017 APHA Women’s Caucus Award at the 2017 annual meeting this November. Nydegger received the award for her abstract titled “Structural factors, syndemics, and sexual health among h
Exercise Science Major Jacob Vines has his research funded in the Motor Control Lab
John Bartholomew Named Editor-in-Chief of the Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine
Providing Health Education via Mobile Phones Helps Improve Postpartum Outcomes for Women and Infants in Ecuador, Research Shows
The postpartum period is a key window of opportunity for health education. Various health issues may arise after mothers and newborns leave the hospital. Maslowsky researches ways to improve infant and maternal health.