Displaying items by tag: department of human studies

A child’s development comes from the ability to read and the development of motor skills through physical activity, both of which can be used in classroom settings.
SHAPE America has acknowledged associate professor of education with an award for the Southern district college/university physical educator of the year.
Social media communities supporting moms who are breastfeeding create a unique bond.
A new study is recruiting individuals with obesity to look at the effect of beetroot juice on cardiometabolic health and exercise stamina.
UAB’s GEAR UP Alabama director will advocate and provide professional development for educators across the United States.
Modifying games, including all students and ensuring safety should be the focus for physical educators as they teach kids key motor, fitness and social development skills.
UAB faculty, staff and students volunteer to provide middle school and high school students in the Black Belt with tutoring and mentoring to help achieve educational goals.
Sean Hall, Ph.D., has been selected to receive the AARC Journal Editor’s Research Award by the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling.
UAB School of Education offers low-cost mental health care through a faculty- and student-run counseling clinic.
A UAB-led program is in its fourth year of work to strengthen the path to college for more than 10,000 students in Alabama’s Black Belt Region.
Bubbles, dancing, a ball that beeps: Each year, UAB health professions and education students design creative ways to exercise for Alabamians with disabilities. Discover how the student teams adapt each person’s passions into fun challenges that encourage physical activity and healthy lifestyles.
Courtney Bentley, Ed.D., has been named president-elect of the Alabama Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Larrell L. Wilkinson, Ph.D., accepted the role of chair for the Healthy Aging Community of Practice for the Society for Public Health Education.

Gary Peters, Ph.D., has been recognized for his professional achievements by the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. 

Retta Evans, Ph.D., and student club UAB FLAME received recognition for their dedication to physical, wellness and nutritional education in schools.
As a Cramer Morgan Fellow, Joy Barros will receive full tuition and additional funding for travel related to her research, which she hopes will improve drug prevention and intervention programs on college campuses.
Page 2 of 4