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Kinesiology alumna now lifts up her own students and those with disability

More than 2,500 miles away, Oregon State is never far from mind

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Sam Logan Named 2020 Margaret and Thomas Meehan Eminent Mentor

The Honors College has selected of CPHHS Associate Professor Sam Logan as the 2020 Margaret and Thomas Meehan Honors College Eminent Mentor.

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Features Kinesiology Research

Work your body, work your brain

Winston Kennedy, a third-year PhD student in the kinesiology program, discusses his research.

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Broad support needed to maximize impact of cars designed for kids with mobility issues

For the first month and a half after receiving a modified toy car designed for children with disabilities, the kids and their families seemed motivated to use driving as a means of exploration and socialization. But in the month and a half after that, most kids’ driving time fell off to almost nothing. Sam Logan, […]

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Physical activity for some is good, physical activity for all is better

Shortly after Winston Kennedy, DPT began practicing physical therapy in Florida, he became discouraged by the lack of physical activity opportunities for his patients with chronic health issues. “It got to the point where the only physical activity many of my patients were getting was through physical therapy,” Winston says. “I wanted to know why […]

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Ride-on car study tracks actual usage

The highly collaborative manuscript “Real world tracking of modified ride-on car usage of young children with disabilities” was accepted for publication in the Journal of Motor Learning and Development. Two of the co-authors are high school seniors Joshua and Benjamin Phelps, who also volunteered in Sam Logan’s Social Mobility Lab. The two developed the technology installed in modified, ride-on cars that […]