Mahnan receives MnDRIVE Fellowship

Arash Mahnan, doctoral student at the School of Kinesiology and member of the Human Sensorimotor Control (HSC) Laboratory, is the recipient of the 2019-2020 MnDRIVE Commercialization Fellowship in Neuromodulation – Discoveries through Industry Partnerships. The MNDrive (Minnesota Discovery, Research and InnoVation Economy) award will cover Mahnan for up to $70,000 in stipend, benefits, and tuition…

Exercise science and music spark human connection

  Junior Kinesiology major and honors student Brian Neff didn’t have a traditional childhood experience, living in Minnesota, Australia, Switzerland, and the UK all before attending high school in Wisconsin. According to Neff, this might have something to do with his multi-subject interests now as a U of M student. Neff’s father had a job…

CEHD’s first 3D printer takes up residence in Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory

Nearly everyone has heard about 3D printers and the amazing things they can do. But how many of us have ever seen one, or witnessed how they make their magic?   Recently a 3D printer was installed in the School of Kinesiology’s Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory (HSCL). The only such printer currently in use in…

Student Research Highlight Reel 🎥

This semester, our students did research on a multitude of topics in kinesiology, and presented their work at events like the 2018 Kinesiology Research Day, the Three-Minute Thesis Competition held at the CEHD Research Day, and the Undergraduate Research Symposium. —Undergraduate Research Symposium— Our undergraduate students presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium held April…