Huffines Discussion audience increases

Dr. Steven Page, chair of the Department of Kinesiology, and his incredible team organized another amazing interactive discussion on Friday, Nov. 2. More than 130 attended the annual interactive simulcast from Texas A&M on a rainy Friday afternoon, marking the largest attendance so far in the event’s history. Mark your calendars for November 2019 to attend the next installment of this enlightening event.

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