Dr. Ryan King-White is leading the program Sports and the Sport Industry in the UK: Human Performance and the Business of Sport in Global Perspectives in the minimester of 2013. For more information, read here.
Study Abroad is a rewarding, life-transforming experience that helps students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become productive and successful members of the global community. As a TU student, you can choose from a wide variety of study abroad programs around the world and earn credits toward your TU degree while exploring another culture for the summer, Minimester, semester, or academic year. Financial aid can be used for study abroad and scholarships are also available.
The Department of Kinesiology supports and encourages every student to study abroad at least once during their career at Towson. To find more information on how you can incorporate a study abroad experience into your academic program visit the TU Study Abroad Office website.
2011-2012 Outstanding Seniors
The 2011-2012 Department of Kinesiology Outstanding Seniors are:
Athletic Training - Conor Trainor
- Maria Kroat
- Erika Griffith
Physical Education - Graham Pitts
Sport Management - Matthew Lamon
These students were selected based on both academic
and community achievements. We would like to congratulate them and wish them, as
well as the rest of their graduating class, a prosperous future.
2011-2012 Stephen C. Broy Memorial Endowed Scholarship
D. Mitch Sklar (left) receiving the Stephen C. Broy Scholarship from Kinesiology Chairperson Dr. Kevin L. Burke (right)
D. Mitch Sklar was selected to recieve the Stephen C. Broy Memorial Endowed Scholarship for Students in the College of Health Professions for the 2011-2012 academic year. This $1000.00 scholarship is awarded to Physical Education/Teacher Education majors, residing in Maryland, who plan to combine teaching and coaching in their careers.
Emily Bushman (left) being congratulated by Dr. Kevin L. Burke (right)
Exercise Science major, Emily Bushman was selected to receive the Towson Four Health Professions Scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year. This $4000.00 scholarship is for incoming freshmen who are declared Health Professions majors and are graduates of either Carver, Dulaney, Loch Raven, or Towson high schools.
Department of Kinesiology
Towson Center, Room 200
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.