Kinesiology and Health Education News

Building Teamwork Outside the Gym
Nov. 15, 2022
UT freshman volleyball player Emma Halter takes class to practice and game days through her “Building Winning Teams” course taught by Associate Professor, Matt Bowers, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. Read the full article…

Faculty Members Matthew Bowers and Tolga Ozyurtcu Selected as 2022 Provost Teaching Fellows
Mar. 09, 2022
Matt Bowers The College of Education would like to congratulate faculty members Matthew Bowers and Tolga Ozyurtcu, both associate professors of instruction in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, for being selected to the 2022 Cohort of Provost’s Teaching Fellows (PTF). They were selected from a competitive…

Miguel Pinedo Discusses How the Deportation of Others Influences Substance Use of US Citizen Latinos
Nov. 11, 2021
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Congratulations to this Year’s Endowed Professorship Recipients
Nov. 04, 2021
Dear College of Education Community, It is my pleasure to share the news of the College of Education’s faculty members who have recently been appointed to endowed professorships. An endowed appointment is the highest academic distinction the college bestows on a faculty member, and an enduring tribute to the donor…

Celebrating The H.J. Lutcher Stark Center
Oct. 26, 2021
This month marks a milestone for The Stark Center with documentary premiere and new sculpture exhibit.

Quick Bursts of HIIT Can Be Beneficial According to Ed Coyle's Research
Aug. 11, 2021

What's the Hardest Olympic Sport? Matt Bowers Weighs In
Jul. 26, 2021

UT Austin Sport Management Program Preps for Inaugural Austin FC Season
Apr. 11, 2021
The Sport Management program partners with Austin FC for the launch of their inaugural season

The Future of Sports is Focus of Inaugural National Conference at UT Austin on April 12, 14, 15
Apr. 08, 2021
Playing the Long Game debuts with 2021 Clyde Littlefield Memorial Lecture featuring former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue

Can 4 Seconds of Exercise Make a Difference? Ed Coyle's Research Says 'Yes'
Jan. 13, 2021