Welcome to the Fall 2016 On the Move

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We are pleased to bring you the Fall 2016 online edition of "On the Move," an annual news magazine for alumni and friends of the UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology.

Fall 2016 'On the move' CONTENT

Letter from the Chair: Gary Diffee, the Virginia H. Marsh Professor of Kinesiology, explains why he is excited to take on the role of department chair

Fall 2016 On the Move CoverCover story: A team of researchers from across the department received funding in April through the UW2020 initiative to lead a new Human Exercise Research Core Facility on the UW-Madison campus

Department news and notes: Check out some noteworthy highlights from the past year

Research: Lisa Cadmus-Bertram is examining whether coaching support, Fitbits can improve physical activity among cancer survivors

Faculty spotlight: Dorothy Farrar-Edwards reflects on six years of leading the Department of Kinesiology

Research: Andrew Winterstein helping lead study looking at the best ways to alter concussion attitudes and behaviors 

Teaching and learning: UW-Madison's undergraduate anatomy courses are now housed within the Department of Kinesiology

Alumni updates: Read about all the wonderful things alums from across the Department of Kinesiology have been up to

A pdf of the Fall 2016 "On the Move" print edition is also available


Private gifts from our alumni and friends are vital to the Department of Kinesiology’s ability to fulfill its mission to research, teach and apply knowledge related to movement, exercise and human occupation with the ultimate goal of enhancing human health, productivity and quality of life. Donate today by going to: supportuw.org/giveto/Kines. Interested in making a special gift to Kinesiology? Please contact the UW Foundation's Betsy Burns, the School of Education's director of development, at 608-712-9376 or email: betsy.burns@supportuw.org


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