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Two new degrees to be offered through the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s department of kinesiology will ensure Blugold graduates in the field continue to meet market demands.
Six women who work at Water’s Edge Counseling and Healing Center in Burnsville, Minnesota, come from different backgrounds, but they share a common bond: They're all Blugold alumnae.
Athletic Training majors Andrea Patterson and Lydia Stiving were recently awarded scholarships. Learn more about them and the scholarships they earned.
Most college students don't expect to find themselves studying kinesiology at a university near Tokyo, but at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, students like Paul Kroska are able to take part in high-impact experiences specific to their major in countries around the world.
The last time Dr. Robert Stow volunteered with the U.S. Olympic Committee sports medicine division as an athletic trainer, he adopted an approach to his field that now guides the entire athletic training program at UW-Eau Claire. This fall, he has the opportunity to volunteer again.
Research is a big deal at UW-Eau Claire. Students and faculty from the kinesiology department collaborate on a variety of research both locally and nationally. Learn more about the interesting topics they study.
UW-Eau Claire senior and kinesiology/human performance major has been awarded the Gaylord F. Hatch Scholarship from the Phi Sigma National Honor Society for the 2014-2015 academic year.
UW-Eau Claire students Anthony Jagielo and Deana Peterson competed in the Wisconsin's Ironman competition this September. Found how they prepared and completed this grueling triathlon.
A center for students pursuing health care careers has been named the William J. and Marian A. Klish Health Careers Center in honor of an Eau Claire couple who donated $100,000 to the UW-Eau Claire Foundation.
Research conducted by UW-Eau Claire students demonstrates the positive effects of an innovative training method. The research was published in a international professional journal.
Dr. Marquell Johnson was recognized by the Wisconsin Health and Physical Education organization for his contributions to adapted physical education.
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