Dr. Anthony Hackney will be presenting a lecture series at The University of Santiago in Chile, School of Medicine and Allied Health. The series is entitled, “Stress, Exercise and Endocrinology”.
Dr. Eric Ryan, Stallings Fellow Assistant Professor in Exercise and Sport Science received the Terry J. Housh Young Investigator of the Year Award given by the National Strenth and Conditioning Association in 2011. Congratulations!!!
Dr. Troy Blackburn and research associates received a $24,920 grant from the Rehabilitation Engineering Center (REC) for the proposal entitled, “The effects of local and whole body vibration on arthrogenic quadriceps inhibition”. Congratulations!!!
Barbara Osborne, Sport Administration Faculty, was recently elected to serve a three year term on the Board of Directors of the NCAA Forum for the Scholarly Study of Intercollegiate Athletics in Higher Education. Barbara is also an invited panelist on … Continued
Candace Goerger, MS, ATC and Saki Oyama, Ph.D. Candidate received the 2012 Kenneth L. Knight Award for Outstanding Research Manuscript from the NATA’s Journal of Athletic Training. This is a very prestigious award. Congratulations to Candace and Saki for their … Continued
Deb Murray, EXSS Faculty member and Aquatics Director in the Exercise and Sport Science Department recently received the 2011 Outstanding Faculty/UNC Advisor Award at the UNC-CH Greek Excellence Awards ceremony. Deb is the faculty … Continued
Wayne Johnson, EXSS staff member who works in the Fetzer Equipment Room recently received his 20 year service award from the University. We thank Wayne for his dedicated years of service and commitment to serving the customers of the UNC … Continued
Get Real & Heel received a Komen grant for $68,818 to begin April 2012. Congratulations to GR&H and many thanks to the Komen Foundation, NC Affiliate for furthering the aftercare breat cancer program to impact survivorship.
About the CSRI Conference The CSRI Conference is a student-run conference hosted by the College Sport Research Institute and the Exercise and Sport Science Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The conference features three days of … Continued
Tom Southall will present, “Paralympic Possibilities: After You’ve Proven You Can Do It”, at the 2012 Blyth Lecture on April 17th from 11-12 in Fetzer Hall 109 on the UNC Campus. Tom is from Colorado and has long successful track … Continued