Dr. Thom McKenzie, ENS Emeritus Professor, will receive the Luther Halsey Gulick Medal at the 2018 SHAPE America National Convention in Nashville in March. Founded in 1885, SHAPE America (Society for Health and Physical Education; formerly AAHPERD) is the nation’s largest membership organization of health and physical education professionals (approximately 14,000 national members plus 35,000 […]
The Aztec Adaptive Sports Showcase is a free event, open to everyone. The Showcase starts at 7:00 PM on Friday, January 26th, at the SDSU Student Union Courtyard, with a performance by the Rollettes, a wheelchair dance team, and a screening of the award-winning documentary, “The Rebound.” The screening will be hosted by California-native and […]
ENS Distinguished Alumni member and Baseball Hall of Famer, Doug Harvey, died in hospice care on Saturday, January 13, 2018, at the age of 87. He became a commanding presence in baseball and a symbol of excellence in a career spanning 31 National League seasons. Doug was a crew chief for 18 years and worked […]
Three students from our first cohort (class of 2015) of the SDSU Doctor of Physical Therapy program, Julianne Stewart, Gail Bachman, and Clarissa Cooper, published work from their doctoral project entitled “Circadian dysfunction and ﬂuctuations in gait initiation impairment in Parkinson’s disease” in the journal Experimental Brain Research. Congratulations!
Dr. Jochen Kressler’s students presented their research at the Southwest American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting on October 20-21, 2017 in Long Beach, CA. Jeffrey Moore, Eric Bartholomae, Kathryn Ward, and Zach Johnson worked with Dr. Kressler and gave a presentation entitled, “The Acute Effect of Moderate Intensity Stairclimbing on Postprandial Blood Glucose Levels.” […]