Post date: Friday, January 28, 2011 - 6:00am
Internships are about more than making copies and brewing coffee. They serve as a springboard into the real world of business.
Texas A&M University former student Hannah Matthews '10 knows this firsthand. The sport management major landed an internship with the Fiesta Bowl organization after she graduated last August.
"I knew I was interested in sports and considered doing marketing in the business school, but looking into...
Britny Fowler '06 never imagined the role she'd play shaping other people's lives, much less on national television. The Texas A&M University graduate is helping adults lose weight and live healthier lives on the TV show "Heavy."
Britny, who earned her degree in sport management in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, is a physical trainer participating in the A&E television show. Show producers approached her after...
The Texas A&M Women's Basketball program is definitely on a roll. The team just recorded its 11th straight win in a tough road win against Iowa State; bringing its' season record to 17-1 overall and 5-0 in conference play. As the #5 team in the nation, the Aggies have been building quite a reputation and are chock-full of big names. But even on a team that is receiving so much attention, there are still many stories to be told.
Congratulations to students affiliated with the Department of Health and Kinesiology who won awards during this year's Student Research Week. Students from our department won over half the awards presented!
Human Anatomy, Physiology, & Kinesiology
Priscila CacolaGraduate Poster:
Brittanie LockardUndergraduate Poster:
Overall Subject Area Winners:...
Christine Stanley, vice president and associate provost for diversity, was chosen by the nominating committee to serve on the board of directors for the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE).
A professor of higher education administration in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, Stanley will serve a three-year term and be officially installed during...
Post date: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 - 6:00am
Two faculty members from the College of Education and Human Development received grants through Texas A&M University’s Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities, which provides funding awards for significant research projects, scholarly publications and artistic presentations.
The recipients include Yvonne Goddard from the Department of Education Psychology and John Lawler from the Department of Health and Kinesiology....