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10/21/2016
Save the Date!
Join the Department of Kinesiology and Health for the 2nd annual SLAM Career Exploration and Networking Expo.
10/17/2016
Nutrition in Business: 12th Semi-Annual Nutrition Conference
Join the Department of Kinesiology and Health for this semester's Nutrition Conference.
04/14/2016
SLAM Student profile: What's next?
Olivia Molina, graduating in May with a Sport Leadership and Management degree, discusses her exciting plans following graduation.
04/13/2016
Project Béisbol’s International Sports Leadership Program
SLAM major Andrew Boylan experienced the trip of a lifetime in Bogotá, Colombia.
04/12/2016
Miami University students choose service over sunbathing for Spring Break
College of Education, Health and Society department of teacher education, department of educational psychology, and department of kinesiology and health students travelled to the Dominican Republic over Spring Break for a service learning project.
03/10/2016
STEAM event in Kinesiology and Health Department
With the guidance of Miami University’s Clinical Nutrition Faculty member, Nancy Parkinson, a combination of eighty elementary school students and their parents, nutrition, coding and engineering students, participated in the Third Annual STEAM conference this past Sunday.
02/22/2016
Dietetics alumna works the innovation pipeline for Nestle
Kristen (Lazaroff) Stoehr shares her experience as an Associate Brand Manager at Nestle and how the Nutrition and Dietetics program at Miami University’s College of Education, Health and Society has helped her reach her goals.
01/12/2016
KNH Alumna to receive the 2015 Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology Excellence in Reviewing award
Congratulations to Miami University Kinesiology and Health alumna Sarah Buck, who will receive the 2015 Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology Excellence in Reviewing award.
The Way to Well-Being is Found Off the Beaten Path
jk180x120.jpg“The majority of work in exercise psychology has shown that if you exercise regularly, you will feel better,” Kimiecik says. “You will have enhanced self-esteem. You will have enhanced confidence. You will have heightened emotionality. So if you do that behavior, you will get these things. Okay. So why aren’t people doing that?”