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2013 News Archive

Local school choir performs during Education Holiday Reception

The sounds of the season were heard coming from the University Center on Tuesday, Dec. 3, as the Holiday Heights Elementary School Choir returned to UT Arlington to continue a 13-year tradition of holiday performances.

Center for Healthy Living and Longevity offering in-depth health assessments through MavFit

The Center for Healthy Living and Longevity is offering high-tech aerobic fitness and body composition assessments to the public and the campus community as part of a new program to encourage health and wellness and give students hands-on experiences.

Kinesiology professor studies the effects of concussions on young athletes

KTVT/CBS 11 reported on concussion research by assistant professor of kinesiology Jacob Resch. He is two years into a long-term study on 2,600 student athletes at Pantego Christian Academy and DeSoto ISD. The study includes students who play all kinds of sports.

Use caution with computerized concussion test, Kinesiology professor says

Newly published research from an international team featuring Jacob Resch, assistant professor of kinesiology, has reaffirmed questions about portions of the popular computerized concussion assessment tool ImPACT.

Dance Takes Center-Stage for Competition and Research at UT Arlington

The stage at UT Arlington's Texas Hall will be filled Thursday, May 23, with fifth grade students from Tarrant and Dallas counties competing in the Colors of the Rainbow dance competition.

Over 400 Education and Health Professions Students Graduate

More than 400 College of Education and Health Professions students crossed the stage at the College Park Center on May 11 to receive their diplomas in the spring 2013 Commencement ceremony.

Motor skills research nets good news for middle-aged

People in their 20s don't have much on their middle-aged counterparts when it comes to fine motor movements, kinesiology researchers have found.

Kinesiology professor honored with young investigator award

The National Association for Sport and Physical Education honored Priscila Caçola with the Lolas E. Halverson Motor Development Young Investigator Award for significant contributions in the field of motor development.