Below are News and Events related to the Kinesiology department.
The spring 2016 activity class schedule is now listed under PHED (Physical Education) on GalXpress. There are 33 activity classes. Attached is an electronic flyer.
Kinesiology Student David Salas Presents at American College of Sports Medicine Conference
On October 16, 2015 Kinesiology major David Salas presented his research poster at the American College of Sports Medicine southwest regional conference in Costa Mesa, CA. Read about his conference experience below. Congratulations!
I felt that the SWACSM Annual Meeting was a unique opportunity for observing and becoming a part of our field of exercise physiology and health promotion. Presentations ranged from evolutionary physiology to using different modes of finding and treating injury to improve performance and/or standard of living. It allowed for me to also develop my presentation skills to a professional audience. There was less explaining what the variables of the study were and more explaining the mechanisms behind those variables and why they would have an impact in our field. It also created a link between institutions, creating new ties and bringing together old ones. I met several physiologists from Cal, UCSF, USC, CSU Sacramento, CSU San Marcos, and many others. I also got to see an old friend, Professor Bernard, who now teaches at CSU Stanislaus. The SWACSM Annual Meeting was a unique experience with nothing but positive coming from it.
Kines Club Represents at the Annual
Health & Wellness Fair!
Assistant Professor Chi-An Emhoff
The Kinesiology Club is a student-run organization that is open to all Kinesiology majors, and other students who share a passion and interest for sports management, health promotion, and human performance. Come share your ideas, participate in activities, eat free food, and meet super cool people.
Testing the Best: GaelFit 3.0
Watch a short video about the Human Performance Lab and a brief interview with Professor Derek Marks.
Derek Marks, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Kinesiology Department and works hands-on with students in the Human Performance Lab. The lab is available for some students to learn how to test a variety of body and exercise measurements. In this instance, the test are conducted on the "World's Fittest Woman," Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, who won the 2014 World CrossFit Games.