Category Archives: Kinesiology

College of Education wins Niagara award

The College of Education at Michigan State University has received the 2013 Niagara Award in Education. Each year, the Niagara Foundation-Michigan publicly recognizes individuals and organizations who have distinguished themselves in their profession and contributed time, energy and leadership in the areas of education, community service, peace, leadership or media. The nominations for the Niagara… Read More »

New advisor joins college

Becky Olsen recently joined the team of academic advisors serving students within the College of Education. Olsen primarily serves kinesiology and athletic training students. “I’m grateful to be back at MSU,” she said. “My role ties into my love of athletics and working with students – watching them grow and seeing their success – it’s… Read More »

Alumnus joins MSU Athletics Hall of Fame

Henry “Hank” Bullough, BA 1956 (Physical Education), was inducted into the Michigan State University Athletics Hall of Fame at a formal ceremony on Sept. 12, 2013, at the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre. Bullough — along with hockey superstars Ryan and Kip Miller, men’s basketball champion Morris Peterson, and volleyball leader and All-American Jenna Wrobel — … Read More »

Spartans: Help Fill the Bus!

Through Wednesday, the MSU community is being asked to make small contributions to create a large impact through its annual Fill the Bus campaign. The College of Education is participating in the annual university-wide collection of items that will be donated to organizations and schools throughout Greater Lansing. To help serve families in need, share… Read More »

Fueling fitness on the final frontier

Think keeping in shape is an uphill battle? Try staying fit in space, where living quarters are cramped and prolonged weightlessness withers muscle and bone. That’s the challenge a group of Michigan State University researchers will address with a new three-year, $1.2 million grant from NASA. Their goal is to keep astronauts motivated to exercise… Read More »

Two join college fundraising staff

The College of Education Development Office has welcomed two new staff members to assist in growing financial gifts to support the college’s students, faculty and programs. Ryan Adams is serving as assistant director of development. He brings a depth of knowledge about Michigan State University and the MSU College of Education in particular, having received… Read More »