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Kinesiology News

Thu
Feb
23
Taylor Kuhn, a UW-Madison student who will graduate in May with a degree from the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology, was recently featured in a Wisconsin State Journal report as her days as a role player with the Badgers women’s basketball team winds to a close. The report notes that Kuhn earned Academic All-Big Ten honors last season and after graduating in May with a degree in kinesiology, she plans to pursue a career as a physician’s assistant.
Tue
Feb
07
Students with UW-Madison's occupational therapy and nursing programs are gaining valuable experience working together in interprofessional learning sessions led by the School of Education's Debbie Bebeau, the School of Nursing's Paula Jarzemksy and other faculty members. A report on this topic, headlined "Teaching Teamwork," appears in the Fall/Winter 2016 edition of the School of Nursing's alumni magazine (See pages 4-6). The article is written by Jennifer Garrett.
Tue
Jan
17
UW-Madison’s Lisa Cadmus-Bertram recently appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “The Larry Meiller Show” to talk about a research project she is leading that is examining how to motivate cancer patients to become more physically active. Cadmus-Bertram is an assistant professor with the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology. She directs the Wisconsin Physical Activity Epidemiology Lab and is a member of the Cancer Prevention and Control program at the UW Carbone Cancer Center, where the clinical trial is housed.
Tue
Jan
03
Madison’s local CBS affiliate, WISC-TV/Ch. 3, recently put the spotlight on a research project that’s being led by UW-Madison’s Lisa Cadmus-Bertram. The 12-week randomized trial is examining if a Fitbit and online coaching can help cancer survivors remain more active. Cadmus-Bertram is an assistant professor with the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology, and director of the Wisconsin Physical Activity Epidemiology Lab.
Fri
Dec
23
Eight students with UW-Madison’s master of science in Occupational Therapy (MS-OT) Program had their “Critically Appraised Paper” accepted for online publication in the American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) Evidence Exchange. The faculty advisor for each of these papers was Karla Ausderau, an assistant professor of occupational therapy with the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology. The Evidence Exchange is a grass roots member effort to engage practitioners, educators, students and researchers in both the "Critically Appraised Paper" submission and review process.
Sun
Dec
18
UW-Madison's School of Education celebrated with its newest class of graduates by hosting its annual Pre-Commencement Breakfast Celebration on Sunday morning, Dec. 18, at the Gordon Dining and Event Center. Before heading over to the Kohl Center to walk across the stage at the university’s Winter 2016 Commencement ceremony, students from the School of Education enjoyed breakfast, hung out with family and friends, and mingled with faculty and staff. Photo galleries of the big day are posted to the School of Education’s Facebook Page.
Wed
Dec
14
The latest edition of Learning Connections, a news magazine from the UW-Madison School of Education, is now available online. The Fall 2016 issue is filled with exciting news about School of Education faculty, staff, students and alumni. This issue's cover story focuses on Literacy by the Lakes, a project that connects literacy faculty and graduate students from the School of Education with school districts across Wisconsin.
Wed
Dec
14
UW-Madison’s David Bell will receive the 2017 New Investigator Award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Research and Education Foundation. The New Investigator Award, according to the foundation’s website, “recognizes a researcher who is likely to continue to make significant contributions to the body of knowledge in athletic training and health care.” Bell is an assistant professor with the Department of Kinesiology’s Athletic Training Program and the director of the Wisconsin Injury in Sport Laboratory (WISL).
Mon
Dec
12
UW-Madison Professor Emerita Betty R. Hasselkus is being honored by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) as one of the 100 Influential People in the 100-year history of OT. Hasselkus is a longtime faculty member with the occupational therapy program within the School of Education's Department of Kinesiology. AOTA will be celebrating its centennial at its Annual Conference in Philadelphia March 30 to April 2, 2017.
Thu
Dec
08
UW-Madison's Dane Cook will give the annual Clifford Lewis Lecture at the University of Georgia's Kinesiology Department in February 2017. Cook is a professor with the School of Education's Department of Kinesiology. He will give an overview of his research examining the paradoxical effects of exercise on pain and fatigue, or "the phenomenon that acute exercise can cause pain and fatigue in some, but that chronic exercise is an efficacious treatment for chronic pain and fatigue," writes Cook.
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