Meet Dr. Yonghwan Chang, our new Sport Management Assistant Professor

Like many college students, when School of Kinesiology assistant professor Yonghwan Chang graduated with his bachelor’s degree, he took a part-time job while deciding on his next step. Unlike most college students, however, his part-time job was doing double flips as a stuntman in commercials. (More on that later.) Chang is our newest faculty member…

Keyboard shortcuts are your best friend

What if we told you that you could cut your work time in half with just the click of a button? Well maybe not in half, but at least with just the use of a few simple keyboard buttons. When it comes to an efficient workflow, using keyboard shortcuts can be a helpful and an…

Where Are They Now? Hayley Russell, Ph.D., 2014

Our featured alum is Hayley Russell, who graduated in 2014 with her doctoral degree in Kinesiology, emphasis Sport and Exercise Psychology. We asked Dr. Russell to share her experiences as a student and bring us up-to-date on life since graduation.   Could you describe your career in detail? How long have you held your current position and…

Tianou Zhang, Kinesiology Ph.D., studies olive oil’s anti-inflammatory effect on heart health

Don’t be fooled by the bottles of olive oil sitting around in the School of Kinesiology’s Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene and Exercise Science (LPHES). The graduate students are not making salads or stir fry during late-night research sessions. Instead, Kinesiology doctoral candidate Tianou Zhang is working to discover if compounds found in olive oil have…

Summer 2017 KINspiration

Over this summer the eLearning + Digital Strategy team is sending you a weekly short video clip to #KINspire you to explore academic technology… Post your own KINspiration on our social media Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #kinspired. YouTube playlist link: z.umn.edu/kinspired KINspiration #8: Adobe Acrobat Pro … Lesser-Known Features Adobe Acrobat Pro…Lesser-known Features Adobe Acrobat Pro…