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Welcome to the Kinesiology Research Guide

This online guide is developed specifically for those doing research for studies in the School of Kinesiology with an emphasis on these programs:

  • Exercise Science
  • Athletic Training
  • Physical Education
  • Health Education
  • Sports Medicine
  • Human Motion

Because the School of Kinesiology includes many disciplines such as education, health, psychology, business and sociology, you may need to consult resources in those fields also.

For detailed information or additional assistance please contact me at 304-696-4356


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