Some of CAST’s newest faculty members took the time to answer a series of questions that share their background, research interests, hobbies, and more.
Starting any new job can stir up nervous jitters. Starting one as a college professor during a pandemic that requires learning a whole new way of teaching can ratchet up the nerves beyond just anxious butterflies.
Wrapping up this week’s set of profiles is Dr. Nicky Wu, an Assistant Professor in the School Kinesiology and Recreation.
This week’s series profile features Dr. Samantha McDonald, an Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation.
The School of Kinesiology and Recreation at Illinois State University recently introduced Dr. Brent Beggs as the school’s new director, a role in which he is managing the immense uncertainty and challenges that come with the academic year of 2020. Dr. Beggs studied at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale where he earned his master’s degree in Recreation
Softball’s Mack Leonard is one of 10 student-athletes named as a State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Award recipient for the spring of 2020.
When Sam Carroll wasn’t seeking athletic scholarships, he was quietly becoming one of the best players in the world at Rocket League.
For nearly two decades, Illinois State University has graduated athletic trainers from the undergraduate and Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) accredited athletic training program.
The School of Kinesiology and Recreation welcomes four new faculty members this academic year.
“I have always had a passion for health and fitness, and I’d like to use my knowledge and experience to share that same enthusiasm with others,” said Lindsey Kren. The Stevenson Center will soon welcome Kren as a Peace Corps Fellow in kinesiology and recreation.