Kinesiology & Health

Wright State to host workshop on drug prevention education

Schoolteachers and administrators can learn about drug prevention education during the HOPE Curriculum and Start Talking workshop on Nov. 8 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

TEDxDayton features Wright State faculty and alumni

Wright State faculty and alumni shared their expertise on a variety of topics such as experience as an Iraqi refugee, embracing life after menopause and Generation Z at TEDxDayton. Continue reading

Military discipline

Zachary Schulze, an Army ROTC cadet and athletic training major, stays disciplined as he prepares for a career in the military. Continue reading

Ballet for all

A Wright State graduate student introduced ballet to over a dozen adult and toddler clients at the United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton. Continue reading

A helping hand

A dozen Wright State students partnered with United Rehabilitation Services to provide physical activity sessions for adults and children clients. Continue reading

Wright State faculty, alumni named to Dayton’s ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Four faculty members and eight graduates are recognized in the Dayton Business Journal’s annual “Forty Under 40” awards. Continue reading

Wright State professor works to improve health education and drug abuse prevention in Ohio’s schools

Kevin Lorson, director of the Physical Education Licensure Program, is working on health education standards and drug and opioid abuse prevention education in Ohio public schools. Continue reading

Training, athletic trainers

Wright State’s Athletic Training program has a 100 percent job placement rate for students who want to work immediately after graduation. Continue reading

Kim Demmings sets Horizon League women’s scoring record

Senior guard Kim Demmings now has 2,345 points during her career. Continue reading

Fighting cancer through fitness

Excerpt There are, of course, some precautions and checking with a doctor is always advisable before beginning an exercise program. “One thing you want to watch out for is immune function,” said Karen Wonders, who is also the program director and … Continue reading