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
Cover 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
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