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Neuromechanics Laboratory representing College of Education at the MSU Foundation Campaign Celebration.

Tanner Lee Pictured (from left to right): Undergraduate students Ms. Alana Turner, Mr. Connor Crossett, Ms. Katie McWhirter, graduate student Mr. Brandon Miller and faculty, Drs. Harish Chander and Adam Knight. Not pictured: Undergraduate student Mr. Russell Lowell.

The Infinite Impact campaign recently expanded the $600 million goal to reach a historic goal of $1 billion by 2020. To celebrate the new goal, the Mississippi State University Foundation hosted a campaign celebration at The Mill on the evening of Friday, October 7, 2016.

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Kinesiology's Neuromechanics Laboratory presents research at the American Society of Biomechanics (ASB 2016)


Neuromechanics Conference

Faculty and graduate students from the Neuromechanics Laboratory represented the Department of Kinesiology at the 40th annual conference of the American Society of Biomechanics held at Raleigh, NC (August 2nd - 5th, 2016).

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Kinesiology Bulldogs Present Research at Southeast ACSM Conference

Ty Stewart MSU master's student Ty Stewart presents a research posted on the effects of event specialty, gender, and leg dominance on the running kinetics of high school track and field athletes.

A group of Mississippi State University Department of Kinesiology faculty members and students attended the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Southeast Regional Chapter conference in Greenville, S.C., Feb. 18-20, to present several research projects ongoing in the department.

The purpose of the conference is to present research and exchange ideas about the latest discoveries and strategies in the field of sports medicine. A graduate fair was also held to help recruit potential graduate students to the universities represented at the conference. More than 30 universities from across the region attended the conference, including several fellow Southeastern Conference schools, such as Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee, LSU, and Georgia.

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Lee Recipient of Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year Award

Tanner Lee Tanner Lee (left), winner of the master's-level Zacharias Award, with PhD Zacharias award winner Tanmay Bhowmik.

It has been said throughout the years that hard work pays off. Tanner Lee is a primary example.

Recently, Lee earned the Donald Zacharias Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year Award, the only one of these awards given at the master’s level at Mississippi State University.

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Former Sport Admin Students Offer Perspective on New PhD Program

Recently, the Department of Kinesiology at Mississippi State University announced plans to offer a PhD degree program, beginning in the fall of 2015. Students in the program have the option of pursuing a concentration in one of two areas: exercise science or sport studies. Read More

New MSU kinesiology doctoral program begins with fall semester

STARKVILLE, Miss.--Leaders agree, Mississippi State's new doctoral program in kinesiology represents the long-anticipated extension of the university's most popular undergraduate major. Read More

Kinesiology begin offering phd

Students Find Opportunities Through Learfield Sports

Throughout the sports industry, there are numerous companies and organizations that provide students the opportunity to polish their skills and build their career. One of those companies is Learfield Sports. Read More

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MSU Sport Studies & Sport Administration Students Work with Production of ESPN College GameDay

The Mississippi State Bulldogs and Auburn Tigers have competed on the football field 88 times, meeting every year since 1955. It was the most recent contest on Saturday, October 11, however, that had the most electrifying atmosphere and the highest stakes. Read More

MSU Sport Studies & Sport Administration Students Work with Production of ESPN College GameDay

Professional Seminar in Exercise Science

Students in Professional Seminar in Exercise Science with Charlotte, a doll with CHARGE syndrome, that is currently traveling the world to raise awareness of and support for research into CHARGE syndrome.

MSU Kinesiology helps host Special Olympics

Dr. Lamberth's Commissioning

Watch Dr. Lamberth's Commissioning here.

MSU Kinesiology helps host Special Olympics

A group of MSU Kinesiology students and faculty recently served as volunteers with the Special Olympics Area 6 basketball and volleyball competitions, held at the Sanderson Center on campus. Marquase Lovings, a graduate of the MSU Sport Administration master's degree program, acted as the event coordinator.

MSU Kinesiology helps host Special Olympics

Kinesiology Department leads MSU with 5 Spirit of State recipients

Dr. Holly Wiley earns 2008 MSU Faculty of the Year honors

Sports Comm and Sports Admin students and alumni battle tornado at SEC Men's Basketball tournament


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