Tag Archives: KIN-nections

KIN Lab Tour – PLAY’d Lab

Explore Kinesiology research by taking a tour through the PLAY’d Lab. PLAY’d—Physical Activity in Youth With Disabilities Laboratory—is directed by Assistant Professor Janet Hauck. The lab is located in room 21A in the lower level of the IM Circle Building. Some information on the lab: The lab studies children and infant movement, development and body… Read More »

Making KIN-nections

Making KIN-nections: Exploring Kinesiology Career Paths is a career exposure and networking event for undergraduate students at Michigan State University sponsored by the Department of Kinesiology. This event gives students the opportunity to network with professionals, kinesiology research labs and student organizations to learn more about kinesiology-related career options in health, wellness, fitness, sport and… Read More »

KIN Lab Tour – PLAY’d Lab

Explore Kinesiology research by taking a tour through the PLAY’d Lab. PLAY’d—Physical Activity in Youth With Disabilities Laboratory—is directed by Assistant Professor Janet Hauck. The lab is located in room 21A in the lower level of the IM Circle Building. Some information on the lab: The lab studies children and infant movement, development and body… Read More »