Melissa Bopp’s area of research is understanding and promoting physical activity in diverse populations and settings.
Jonathan Dingwell focuses on the biomechanics, dynamics and neuromuscular control processes that govern complex adaptive human movements with a primary emphasis on improving human health.
Michele Duffey is the Program Director for the Kinesiology Physical Activity Program (KPAP).
Mark Dyreson specializes in history of sport, social and cultural dynamics of human movement, race, ethnicity, and gender in sport.
John L Vairo's research agenda incorporates an interdisciplinary approach to sports medicine focusing on health-related quality of life and human performance in physically active persons.
Nancy I. Williams' research is centered on physiological and behavioral underpinnings of interactions between energy balance, reproductive function, bone health and exercise performance.
Department of Kinesiology
The Pennsylvania State University
276 Recreation Building
University Park, PA 16802