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Movement Sciences
College of Education
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2401
Phone: (208) 885-7921
Fax: (208) 885-5929
Email: movementsciences@uidaho.edu

Featured Stories

Ben Greenfield biking
A Healthy Balance
Ben Greenfield, aka the Get-Fit Guy, is spinning two UI degrees into Vandal Gold as a world-class triathlete, coach and renowned fitness guru — while still being home to watch his boys grow up.
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Greg Hallaron
Dance Associate Professor Greg Halloran remembered
Dog-loving director leaves legacy of loyality and passion for dance.
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Children dancing during religious ceremony
Shutter Speed
Grad Student Tom Grant
Being a student involves hard work and dedication; and for some, it involves traveling to the Himalayas to teach children photography skills and capture a world that is rapidly changing.
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DAT first program class 2011
Shaping a New World
Students earning unique Doctorate
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Michelle Bonasera with hoop earings
Remembering Michelle
Michelle passed away on February 13 ,2011 in a vehicle accident and her grandmother created a memorial scholarship in her name to honor her granddaughter
Michelle Bonasera Memorial scholarship
Heather Boni
Lessons Learned
Heather Boni
Meet Senior Dance Major Heather Boni and learn about her time at the University of Idaho
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Bold Standard: Idaho Unveils First-in-the-Nation Doctorate in Athletic Training
Doctor of Athletic Training Program
Movement science is taking a big step forward with the creation of a doctoral program in athletic training at the University of Idaho.
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Students stand before statue of Budha
Having It All: Travel, Experience and College Credit in Japan
Recreation students Amanda Brown and Ellyn Ackerlund traveled to Japan for a summer internship to teach athletic skills and teamwork to children of military families.
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Dance students performing
Dance Program Receives Endowment of the Arts Grant
Dance Professor Greg Halloran will restage Jean Erdman's Dance "Suite of Three"
Greg Halloran specializes in dance labanotation, and will work with the Dance Notation Bureau to preserve Erdman's dances on DVDs
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Obesity Study
Obesity in Children: A Major Concern for Idaho
Like most children in U.S. schools, Idaho school children have unacceptable levels of BMI, placing them at increased risks for obesity and disease. A research team of HPERD faculty have been gathering data for an important study on body mass indexes and physical education requirements in Idaho schools.
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Students on bikes
New Bike Parking on Campus Thanks to HPERD Students
HPERD's new core class helps students focus on sustainability efforts and healthy living on campus. A team of six HPERD students worked with Parking and Transportation to receive a grant for new bike racks on campus.
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Going for the Gold and Silver: Conversations with an Olympic Medalist
Taking time out of her busy schedule that led up to her address at spring commencement, alumna and world class cyclist Kristin Armstrong spoke with students in the College about her experiences at the University of Idaho and beyond, and offered some advice.
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An Idaho Voice at the 2010 Winter Olympics
While the majority of people look forward to watching the 2010 Winter Olympics on television beginning this week, the University of Idaho will have a voice in the Games.
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Dance Professor Receives Recognition for Excellence
Associate Professor of Dance Greg Halloran's restaging of Sophie Maslow's 1942 dance "Folksay," received a group performance award by Metro DC Dance Awards.
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Jazz Dance Artist Zunker to hold clinics during Jazz Festival
Dance Clinics have been a highlight of the Jazz festival in the past.
The Dance department received a grant to host dance clinics again this year during jazz festival
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