News & Events

KAAP in Rome

  Dr. Thomas Kaminski, Department of Kinesiology & Applied Physiology Professor and Director of the Athletic Training Program, spoke at the University of Rome on March 8th, 2019. Grateful to host Dr. Massimo...

KAAP Represents at 1st Annual CHS Research Day

First year Exercise Science MS Student, Michele D’Agata, won the Best Master’s Poster Award for her project “Potential Racial Differences in Endothelial-mediated Vascular Function Assessed throughout the Menstrual Cycle” at the 1st Annual College of Health Sciences Research Day on February...

Medical Aspects of Sports Seminar Milestone

The Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology’s Associate Professor Keith Handling and Head Athletic Trainer Dan Watson will lead the 50th Medical Aspects of Sports seminar on March 2 in the Tower at STAR on UD’s Science Technology and Advanced Research Campus in Newark. Keith...

New Zealand 2020

Spring 2019 Study Abroad & Global Studies Fair Tuesday, February 19 | Trabant MPRs | 2-4...

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

February 11, 2019: In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware is proud to highlight our female students and faculty. The Department is home to 28 female graduate students earning Masters and...

KAAP Study Abroad 2019

Under the direction of Dr. Tom Buckley & Graduate Student Kelsey Bryk, 19 students are studying in Heidelberg Germany this winter session. So far, students have enjoyed dinner at Lindbergh, attended the Mannheim Adler hockey game, and visited the International Olympic Committee Studies Centre....

EATA Annual Convention 2019

Dr. Tom Kaminski (left) speaks live at a radio show broadcast on Saturday Jan 12th as part of the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Convention, which featured the EATA Pre-Convention Sport-Related Concussion Summit planned by Dr. Kaminski on Friday Jan 11th. The St. Luke’s Sports...

How will our understanding of concussions change sports?

Sports-related concussions are virtually inevitable. As long as we’re playing sports, people will hit each other and concussions will likely occur. And although concussions get all the attention, new research suggests that repetitive head impacts (literally hitting your head over and over again)...

UD’s MS-AT Program Accepts its First Student

Congrats to Leah McGoldrick who becomes the 1st student accepted into UD’s Master of Science degree program in Athletic Training beginning Summer 2019.  Leah is completing her undergraduate studies in Exercise Science here at UD and will graduate with her BS degree in June 2019.  Leah hails from...

KAAP Presents at SFN 2018

The University of Delaware’s CoBaL lab, under the direction of Dr. John Jeka, recently traveled to Neuroscience 2018, SfN‘s Annual Meeting, to present their work on balance control during walking. Pictured from L to R: Hendrik Reimann, David Grenet, Fernando Vanderlinde dos Santos,...