News & Events

Prospective Graduate Student Open House – November 22

The University of Delaware Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology invites prospective graduate students to a special showcase on November 22nd. Throughout the recruitment day, you’ll enjoy breakfast, graduate student panels, faculty presentations and tours of UD’s fantastic Science,...

KAAP Lectures at the Indian Institute of Science

Dr. Jeka, chairperson of the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, recently presented two seminar talks at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), in Bangalore, India. IISc is considered the leading science university in India. He was invited as part of the Pratiksha Brain Computation...

Best Student Poster at the Healthy and Active Children Congress

BIOMS PhD Student Reza Koiler won one of 5 Best Student Poster Awards at the Healthy and Active Children Congress conference held September 11 – 14, 2019 in Verona Italy. This is a joint conference between the International Motor Development Research Consortium  and Congrès International sur...

KAAP Students Success at MARC ACSM

On Nov 2, Michele D’Agata, with the guidance of her advisor Melissa Witman, won the President’s Cup Award for best graduate student research presentation, at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of the American Conference on Sports Medicine (MARC ACSM).  Her presentation was...

Cell Communication Studied

Two College of Health Sciences faculty members are part of a $2.25 million grant funded by the Department of Energy to study plant communication with the goal of developing new approaches to resilient crops. Mona Batish, an assistant professor in the Department of Medical and Molecular Sciences,...

Science Center’s QED Proof-of-Concept Program

Dr. Matthew Hudson was named as one of ten finalists in The University City Science Center’s 2019 QED proof-of-concept program, which partners with regional academic and research institutions to prepare their most promising life science technologies for commercialization. Read full article...

Shake It Off Supports UD Parkinson’s Research

Shake It Off, a nonprofit organization working to bring awareness about exercise therapies and other research for Parkinson’s disease, recently gave $50,000 to the College of Health Sciences. Jodi Cianci, a member of the UD Class of 1988, presented the check from her family’s nonprofit...

UD ATEP Hosts University of Madrid

UD ATEP hosted academicians Fernando Reyes Gil & Alvaro Garcia-Romero Perez from Camilo Jose Cela University in Madrid, Spain the last 2 days to put the finishing touches on an agreement that allows students from both schools to take part in athletic training clinical immersions.

UD and DSU Reach New Agreement on AT-MS Program

Delaware State University and the University of Delaware recently expanded upon their partnership relationships through a new agreement in connection with UD’s Master of Athletic Training Program. The agreement establishes a collaboration that will annually enable one selected student from DSU’s...

International Ankle Symposium 2019

Dr. Tom Kaminski recently participated in the 8th International Ankle Symposium in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where he provided the opening lecture as co-founder of the organization. While there, Kaminski was in the company of several former UD students who are carving their own niche as ankle...

National Academy of Kinesiology – Dr. Thomas Kaminski

National Academy of Kinesiology Newsletter 2019 For more than 35 years, Dr. Thomas Kaminski has exemplified the best traditions of a distinguished scholar — one who is dedicated not only to the relentless pursuit of new knowledge, but one who is equally committed to truly improving the lives of...