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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 »

KIN Lab Tour – Sports Injury Research

KIN Lab Tour – Sports Injury Research

Explore KIN research! Learn about a collaborative sports medicine research lab in the Department of Kinesiology called the Sports Injury Research Laboratory (SIRL). Stop by on Monday, September 18, between 3-5 PM to see what they’re working on and learn more about ways you might be able to get involved. SIRL is located in IM Circle, Room 1.

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 »

College Research Opportunities Symposium

The symposium will support your research by providing the following information and opportunities: • Overview of the resources available through the college and university to support your research and grant activity • Information on a large number of grant opportunities (i.e., funding source, description of funding programs, application dates and processes) so that you have… Read More »

Spring 2017 Raines Colloquium

“Autism in College: Creating a Spectrum of Opportunity,” featuring Edlyn Peña As the numbers of students diagnosed with autism have increased to one in 68 students, institutions of higher education are currently experiencing an upward trend in enrollment of college students with autism. As students with autism transition into postsecondary education along with their neurotypical… Read More »

Spartan Project SEARCH Opening Ceremony

Join us as we celebrate the launch of Spartan Project SEARCH, a national transition program for young people with disabilities now available at Michigan State University. This fall, 10 students are starting yearlong internships in various settings on campus, combined with classroom time provided by Ingham Intermediate School District. The program will help participants gain… Read More »