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Grant to Study Novel Exercise Programs on the Health of Older Adults Totals Nearly $500,000
Ray Castle, PhD, received the Bob and Lynn Caruthers Service Award on October 13 in Tampa Florida.
BATON ROUGE – LSU School of Kinesiology Associate Professor Arend Van Gemmert is an expert in how a person learns a motor skill with one hand and then performs the same skill with the other hand. This process is called bilateral transfer of learning. However, he needed a brain imaging expert to understand how the brain enables bilateral transfer of learning. He teamed up with Owen Carmichael, associate professor and director of biomedical imaging at LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center on a project funded by the LSU Biomedical Collaborative Research Program, or LBCRP.
Dr. Brian Irving, assistant professor at LSU's School of Kinesiology, was named Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), at their annual meeting in June 2018. ACSM Fellowship is an elite member status for long term Professional members, who have provided significant service to ACSM. These members have demonstrated high standards of professional development and commitment to the goals and long‑range activities of the College.
This intensive emergency care in athletics course was co-hosted by Southern University and Louisiana State University School of Kinesiology. The course took place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Tiger Stadium's South Stadium Club on July 7, 2018. In addition to continuing education, the annual event honors practitioners with two awards. The Ascension Parish School Board received this year's Gales Quality of Life Award. This award is presented to a deserving person or organization for dedicated service and outstanding contributions by improving quality of life through health and safety of student-athletes. The steps that the Ascension Parish School Board has taken in recent years to expand its comprehensive sports health care demonstrates leadership in Louisiana and the region in investing in the health and safety of student athletes. David Rabalais, an orthopedic surgeon with Baton Rouge Orthopedic Clinic, was the 2018 recipient of the Courson Cares Award (award named for Ron Courson, director of sports medicine for the University of Georgia).
Join us as we plant SEEdS of Service at Knock Knock Children's Museum. This event is open to all CHSE incoming freshman, limited to first 100 students.
Join us for free food and giveaways! Supper in the Swamp is open to Cypress Hall Residents, CHSE faculty and staff.
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