We are pleased to bring you the 2014 online edition of "On the Move," an annual news magazine for alumni and friends of the UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology.
2014 Edition Content
Letter from the Chair: Dorothy Farrar-Edwards highlights noteworthy items about the thriving department
Feature story: Igniter Funding via UW-Madison's new Development to Product (D2P) initiative helps support the commercialization of a new device from Professor Kreg Gruben that is designed to help stroke victims regain the ability to walk
Department news and notes: Check out some noteworthy highlights from the past year
Homeschool PE classes: Program is a win-win for children, UW-Madison students studying to become physical education teachers
New degree: Bachelor of Science in Physical Education approved
Focus on teaching: Shari Clark imparts real-world knowledge on athletic training students
New faculty: Meet two of the department's newest faculty members, Jill Barnes and Lisa Cadmus-Bertram
Student News: Q&A with Badger softball player Megan Tancill, who is a senior with the Department of Kinesiology's Exercise and Movement Science option
Alumni updates: Read about all the wonderful things your fellow alums have been up to
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