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Kinesiology, Sport Studies & Physical Education

Athletics,Fine Arts,Student News

Shooting for the Stars

Aspiring student photographer receives invitation to shoot the national soccer championship in Orlando.

Academic News,Student News

KSSPE Faculty & Students Present at Conference

Dr. Christine Hopple (Associate Professor) and Derrick Biehl (adjunct lecturer) from the Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies, and Physical Education (KSSPE) presented at a conference alongside undergraduate and graduate physical education students.

Academic News

COVID’s Impact on USA Sport: Distinguished Service Professor Delivers Keynote

Dr. Robert C. Schneider (Distinguished Service Professor of Sport Management) delivered a virtual keynote speech at an international conference in Antalya, Turkey.

Academic News

KSSPE Professor Co-Authors Book

Dr. Cesar R. Torres, professor in the Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education published a book titled, “Historia de la Confederación Argentina de Deportes.”

Alumni Updates

“I’m Living My Dream”

Recent grad scores a job with the Buffalo Bills — with an assist from our alumni network.

Academic News

IMSVI Members Present Workshop

The Institute for Movement Studies for Individuals with Visual Impairments and Deafblindness team (Lauren Lieberman, Pamela Beach, and Melanie Perreault) along with a graduate and undergraduate student presented a workshop.

Academic News

Camp Abilities Featured on HBO Real Sports

Camp Abilities was featured on HBO Real Sports as a program of note. This feature is a follow-up after HBO’s first feature on the program six years ago.

Academic News

The Ethics of the Olympics

Ethics of Sport class examines the issues that emerged from the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.

Academic News

KSSPE Faculty Publish Article in International Journal

Dr. Pam Beach, Dr. Melanie Perreault, and Dr. Lauren Lieberman published an article, Affordances for Motor Development in the Home Environment for Young Children with and without CHARGE Syndrome, in an international journal.

Academic News,Student News

Students Help Children with Visual Impairments Get Active

On October 26, students in the Adapted Physical Education undergraduate and graduate program volunteered at the first-ever Blind Sports Expo in Syracuse.