For 10 years, Get FIT has provided motivating workouts and nutritional guidance in a convenient location on campus.
Over the next four years, Kinesiology and Health Education Assistant Professor Audrey Stone will research the role of diabetes-related inflammation on cardiovascular responses.
Kinesiology and Health Education Assistant Professor Liesl Nydegger discusses her research on African-American and Latina mothers at risk for STIs in Austin.
Congratulations to Professor Jody Jensen for receiving the 2018 Civitatis Award.
Kinesiology and Health Education's Tolga Ozyurtcu has been appointed to the North American Society for Sport History's executive committee.
College of Education faculty and student part of the winning teams for the Africa, East Asia, and Latin American regions of the President's Award for Global Learning.
Four Sport Management undergraduate students advanced to the finals in the Sport Marketing Association Case Cup competition.
Discover the "labor of love" involved in strength training through Jan and Terry Todd's newest documentary, Fullsterkur.
The Stark Center/Rogue Fitness Documentary Fullsterkur selected as “Marquee Feature” for 2018 Austin Film Festival
The Stark Center and Rogue Fitness documentary "Fullsterkur" will be shown as a Marquee Feature for the 25th anniversary of the Austin Film Festival
Rehabilitation and Movement Science doctoral student Dhruv Gupta has been awarded third place for his presentation at the 36th annual International Society of Biomechanics in Sports conference in Auckland, New Zealand.
Kinesiology and Health Education Professor Alexandra Loukas has received the 2018 Dean’s Distinguished Faculty Award.
This year, the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education is joined by Hao-Yuan Hsiao and Galia Tzvetkov.
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.