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Kinesiology News

Sat
May
16
UW-Madison’s School of Education recognized its Spring 2015 cohort of graduates by hosting a pair of celebratory events at the Gordon Dining and Events center on campus. On Friday, May 16, the School honored its Ph.D. and MFA graduates with a special Hooding Ceremony and Reception. And prior to UW-Madison’s Spring 2015 Commencement Ceremony at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday, May 16, the School celebrated with its newest class of master’s and bachelor’s degree graduates by hosting its annual Commencement Breakfast Celebration.
Fri
May
15
UW-Madison School of Education alumni and Madison Lincoln Elementary School teachers Marc Kornblatt and Anthony Smith are featured in a recent Capital Times article. The two are showcased for their work making videos about school life. Smith earned his undergraduate degree from the Department of Kinesiology’s Physical Education Teacher Education program in 2012, while Kornblatt received his undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from UW-Madison in 2001.
Wed
May
13
Earning a master’s degree from the Department of Kinesiology’s Occupational Therapy program has been a deeply personal journey for Ted Elias. He’s the primary caretaker for his daughter and his wife, Tabea, who suffered a traumatic brain injury nearly a decade ago. He plans to use his degree to help his wife and others struggling to overcome injuries. WISC/Ch. 3, Madison’s local CBS affiliate, is the latest media outlet to report on this remarkable story.
Mon
May
11
Both candidates will give public presentations in the Education Building's Wisconsin Idea Room. Farrar Edwards will present on Monday, May 18, and Hess on Wednesday, May 20. Both events are scheduled for 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Employees may attend the talks in pay status, with supervisor permission, if the presentations fall during normal work hours. During these presentations, the finalists have been invited to lay out their vision for the role.
Wed
May
06
UW-Madison’s Athletic Training Program held its annual banquet on Sunday to honor the efforts of its students. The banquet, a joint effort with Badger Sports Medicine staff in intercollegiate athletics, is a chance to recognize students and staff for their contributions to the AT Program and Badger Sports Medicine. Classes of students were recognized for their dedication and hard work.
Tue
May
05
The Morgridge Center for Public Service recently announced the recipients of four annual awards honoring UW-Madison students and community members in civic engagement, partnership and service. And two of those being recognized -- Kaitlyn Shaughnessy and Jacob Riederer -- are students with the School of Education.
Tue
Apr
28
The sterling national reputation of UW-Madison’s School of Education is due, in large part, to the talent and dedication its faculty, staff and students. Each year, the School recognizes some of its most outstanding contributors with School of Education Faculty & Staff Achievement Awards. And on Tuesday night, the most recent class of award winners was honored during a reception and ceremony in the Wisconsin Idea room of the Education Building.
Wed
Apr
22
The UW-Madison Athletic Training Program was well represented at the annual Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association Symposium in Milwaukee last week as 15 students from the university's AT program attended the meeting and participated in a number of educational and professional networking activities.
Sat
Apr
18
Students from UW-Madison’s School of Education helped train a cohort of high school students from the area about how to become site leaders for summer programming run by Madison School & Community Recreation (MSCR), which is the public recreation provider for residents of Madison. The UW-Madison students who took part in this service activity at the Memorial Union on Saturday, April 11, included Maddie Flynn, Lue Yang and Noah Sevett of the Physical Education Teacher Education program.
Wed
Apr
15
UW-Madison’s School of Education has published its annual “AERA 2015 Presentation Guide.” Faculty, staff and students from UW-Madison and across the University of Wisconsin System are participating in more than 200 events at this year's American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in Chicago April 16-20. And this guide is an excellent way to get a sense of the depth, breadth and quality of education research taking place across UW-Madison's School of Education, and to learn when and how those efforts are going to be showcased at the AERA Annual Meeting.
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