William Baggett, an Exercise Science student at the University of Mississippi, was one of six winners of the 14th annual John McLendon Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Awards. CLEVELAND – The six winners for the 14th annual John McLendon Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Awards … Continued
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Interdisciplinary team developing prosthetic as part of a complete treatment program OXFORD, Miss. — Drawing on one another’s expertise, a trio of University of Mississippi faculty members from different areas of campus has created a patent-pending device that could change … Continued
Webb Smith is a graduate student in the School of Applied Science’s Department of Health, Exercise Science, and Recreation Management. He works as Senior Exercise Specialist, Epidemiology and Cancer Control, at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Abigail Gamble, believed to be the first doctoral student at UM to receive a prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation dissertation fellowship, is using the award to study the physical activity of schoolchildren in the Delta. “We would like to … Continued
May 31, 2011 By Elaine Pugh / Originally published on Z!ng OXFORD, Miss. — Abigail Gamble of Manahawkin, N.J., who completed her doctoral degree in health behavior from the University of Mississippi earlier this month, has received high recognition for … Continued
Nov 18, 2010: The unfit-kid epidemic Nationally recognized childhood obesity expert Dr. Bernard Gutin of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill will be presenting a lecture entitled “The unfit-kid epidemic: how it is damaging the health of our youths and … Continued