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Department of Kinesiology
At USciences, we promote healthy lifestyles—and we educate our students to do the same. Through teaching, research, and service, our kinesiology students have many opportunities to apply their learning throughout the University and in the community.
We value diversity in all forms, appreciating people from all backgrounds, studying movement from a wide range of perspectives, and fostering different types of thinking. This enables us to understand—and teach—a full spectrum of practices that improve health, well-being, and physical performance.
USciences ROTC Students Are One Step Closer to Becoming Commissioned Officers
March 18, 2019
At Fort Knox, these students needed to complete rigorous training, build their confidence, and test their physical and mental strength to develop into successful officers and leaders.
PT and OT Students Set Up Clinic in Costa Rica on Spring Break Medical Mission Trip
March 08, 2019
Instead of taking a week to lay in the sun, students like Sean Olaso DPT'20 and Nicole Tababa DrOT'21 boarded a plane on March 2 to help provide medical care to Costa Ricans who wouldn't otherwise be able to receive it.
Alumnus Named Promising New Member by American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy
February 07, 2019
Dr. Gohil's hard work and immersive experience over the past six years not only earned him a spot in the University of Delaware Sports Residency Program but the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy has honored his achievements with their Outstanding Student Award.
Students Mark MLK Day with Service Activities
January 28, 2019
For USciences students Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an opportunity to connect with the community we are lucky to call home and serve the various residents and organizations.
PT Professor Secures Funding For Stroke Research
January 10, 2019
Gregory Thielman, PT, EdD, ATC, CSRS professor of physical therapy and neuroscience was awarded a $57,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health's Rehabilitation Research Resource to Enhance Clinical Trials (REACT) pilot studies program.
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