A Unique Study of Sea Legs—On Land

It can be hard to stand when the ground is moving under you, as when standing in a crowded bus or subway train. An especially powerful case occurs on sea voyages. Change in an environment produces different responses from humans, which is why walking on a boat at sea is a greater challenge than walking…

A Student Perspective: Ice Skating

I’m Laurel Tieman, a senior in the College of Design and a communications assistant in the School of Kinesiology. In spring semester I enrolled in PE 1053—Ice Skating to learn a new sport and fit in with all the Minnesotans during the cold winter season. I signed up for Ice Skating along with my roommate, who…

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…