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New advisor joins college

October 23, 2013
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 –...
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Campus fitness challenge to launch January 2013

November 6, 2012

MSU Moves Me, a program developed by Olin Health Center, Recreational Sports and Fitness and MSU’s Department of Kinesiology, will launch the Annual All Campus Challenge in January 2013. With a goal to promote physical activity, the program’s motto is: “Moving Our Community, Challenging Ourselves!” On Oct. 12, the Rock, Walk N Roll event...
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Kinesiology professor appointed to national board on fitness

October 26, 2012
Kinesiology professor appointed to national board on fitness

Karin Pfeiffer, associate professor of kinesiology at Michigan State University, has been appointed to the Science Board of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. The Science Board was formed to ensure the messages and programs of the council are scientifically sound. Members, who include researchers, scientists and physicians, advise the council on...
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Female and younger athlete take longer to overcome concussions

May 8, 2012
Female and younger athlete take longer to overcome concussions

New research out of Michigan State University reveals female athletes and younger athletes take longer to recover from concussions, findings that call for physicians and athletic trainers to take sex and age into account when dealing with the injury. The study, led by Tracey Covassin of MSU’s Department of Kinesiology, found females performed worse...
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Graduating with excellence: Students receive GPA and service awards

May 4, 2012
Graduating with excellence: Students receive GPA and service awards

Eight students from the MSU College of Education have recently received the Highest Academic Achievement Award for completing their undergraduate degrees with superior grade point averages. Each recipient will be recognized during the college’s undergraduate commencement ceremony, which will take place on Sunday, May 6 in the Breslin Center. The Highest Academic Achievement Award winners are: Amy...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, College News, Elementary Education, Kinesiology, Secondary Education, Special Education, Teacher Education |

Nearly 30% of all college athlete injuries a result of ‘overuse’

April 12, 2012
Nearly 30% of all college athlete injuries a result of ‘overuse’

Overuse injuries – found most often in low-contact sports that involve long training sessions or where the same movement is repeated numerous times – make up nearly 30 percent of all injuries sustained by collegiate athletes. And a majority of overuse injuries (62 percent) occurred in females athletes, according to a new study published in the...
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