The Department of Health and Kinesiology at Texas A&M University is offering a free kinesiology seminar series on Wednesday afternoons beginning in September at Kyle Field.
The series, “Kinesiology Diversification: Investigating Our Professional Spectrum Through Research & Application,” will feature 12 weekly lectures that are open to the public and will cover a range of topics including health and conditioning practices, exercise and sports nutrition, and sport training perspectives.
Invited speakers include university professors and researchers, professional and collegiate strength coaches and experts representing other kinesiology concentrations, such as sport motivation, the professional sport agent and exercise and sport science.
The lecture series will take place in Kyle Field’s Burkhart Auditorium on the Texas A&M campus on Wednesdays from 3-3:50 p.m., Sep. 4 through Nov. 20.
Contact: Mike Greenwood, Clinical Professor and Research Associate, HLKN, College of Education and Human Development, 979-862-4667, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seating in Burkhart Auditorium is available for 200 participants. The University Center Garage (UCG), located on Houston Street and across from Kyle Field is the public parking nearest to the venue.
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