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Renfrow is under way here are some images to view! Images
Here is a little fun and encouragement. We start training kids young!!! Here is one of our own, Dr. Keeley’s daughter learning to dribble a soccer ball.
These videos are Public Service Announcement projects that the Law & Ethics in Athletic Training Class made this year. Congratulations to these students! https://youtu.be/y39jtLuK450 https://youtu.be/m8NhldcmvjE https://youtu.be/CDQuPXHSCgo
Phillip Post Ph.D., CC-AASP for the Department of Kinesiology spoke at the Las Cruces Sports Medicine Social & Meeting on Wednesday 01-27-2016. He presented on his research of the use of Imagery and Sport Performance & Rehabilitation. Here is a YouTube video:
The Kinesiology and Dance department held a reception for the Fall 2015 graduating seniors on Friday, December 11, 2015 at the Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. This December the Kinesiology and Dance department had over 26 graduates. Congratulations to a ll on the NMSU graduates and especially the KIND graduates!
On November 5, 2015 NMSU Athletic Training Faculty (Kim O’Connell & Michael Gregory) and Students (Brice Baggerly & Colton Boverie) attended the White Sands Test Facility Environment, Innovation, Safety, & Health Fair. They spoke to the employees about prevention and treatment of work place injuries.
NMSU Athletic training students participated in 2015 casting lab. Students learned to put casts on and remove them!
Writer: Adriana M. Chavez, 575-646-1957, email@example.com They run up to her to give her hugs and high-fives. Some of them hold up their fists with their pinkies, index fingers and thumbs raised, the American sign language sign for “I love you,” as she walks by them in the hallways. If Knapp is in the building,…
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Colonel Brian Michaelson, Garrison Commander of the White Sands Missile Range (R) is presenting Kinesiology intern Arielle Johnson with a Certificate of Appreciation for her commitment and contributions to the employee wellness program at White Sands Missile Range (WISMR). Kinesiology students spend their last semester interning in a variety of clinical and wellness settings. Many…
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In 2012, something extraordinary happened at New Mexico State University in the College of Education. A tenure-track faculty position was created to lead a degree-granting ballroom dance program. I traded my 20-year professional dance career in the private sector for a shot at creating one of only three such academic programs in the United States,…
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A 22-year-old kinesiology student in New Mexico State University’s College of Education has been named a recipient of the ASB Diversity Travel Award, which will allow her to present a research paper comparing the muscles used in two different styles of baseball pitching at a conference in Ohio. Amanda Concha, a junior at NMSU, will…
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LAS CRUCES, NM – The New Mexico State University (NMSU) DanceSport Company started off 2015 with a bang at the country’s largest all amateur dance competition, the prestigious Manhattan Amateur Classic (MAC), held January 16-18 in Secaucus, NJ. NMSU’s official team of 17 ballroom, Latin and swing partner dancers performed extremely well, earning five 1st…
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By Bob Wood, Ph.D. Guest columnist for the Sun News Our once tiny department of Human Performance, Dance, and Recreation in New Mexico State University’s College of Education is not so little anymore. With more than 500 majors in fields such as kinesiology, physical education, dance and athletic training, our department is quickly gaining a…
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