$1.2 million grant benefits Adapted Physical Activity PhD students

The college’s renowned Adapted Physical Activity Program continues to be a national stand-out, receiving consistent funding for the past 25 years. The only program in the United States to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Education training future leaders in adapted physical activity for both master’s and PhD students. The program attracts students from around the country who want to be leaders in helping individuals with disabilities. Thanks to Kinesiology faculty JK Yun, Megan MacDonald and Sam Logan, the program recently received another $1.2 million grant to fund five PhD students over the next five years.


Swimming with Sam

“Jeff Collins is living the goal of IMPACT – finding his niche and passion and working to his full potential as part of the community and his peer group”