News: Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences
People | April 6, 2015
Honors College students hit it hard to prepare for a big test: a grueling obstacle course. Along the way, they learn more than they thought possible.
Research | February 23, 2015
Kids fall all the time, but bouncing back can be trickier when it happens in a hospital. Thanks to an internal grant, UNLV professor Janet Dufek has been able to collaborate with a leading children's hospital to tackle the issue.
Research | February 19, 2015
The human knee takes a continual pounding. UNLV's Kai-Yu Ho's latest research is identifying how such "shock-loading" stress contributes to arthritis.
People | November 17, 2014
This new professor is a heavy lifter in terms of neurophysiology research and Olympic-style competition.
People | August 19, 2014
Declaring a major is a really tough decision for many new students. Here's some advice from one UNLV professor who had a tough time making that choice herself.
Business and Community | June 26, 2014
From family fun activities to health and legal workshops, UNLV offers a number of free resources to the community.
Research | April 9, 2013
They won’t firm your bottom but they can help you get fit.
People | September 13, 2012
Alumnus brings his expertise in exercise physiology back as a professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences. The avid runner talks about exercise, your immune system, and his own bad eating habits.
Athletics | July 11, 2012
To perform like an Olympian, you have to think like one. Kinesiology professor Gabriele Wulf explains how to change your thoughts to boost your results.
Campus News | May 9, 2012
Nine students, including a mother of two who after years of working as a dental hygienist received her dental degree and became class valedictorian, are being honored as spring 2012 Outstanding Graduates.
People | April 13, 2012
UNLV employees recently were honored at the 2012 Academic Recognition Ceremony with systemwide and universitywide awards for notable research, teaching, and service.
Research | March 16, 2012
Program managers in Clark County can better use free and easily accessible parks for healthy living initiatives.