Kinesiology shares events, research

Dr. Craig Cooper was awarded the Faculty Award by the Georgia Regents University Student Government Association at the organization’s banquet at Savannah Rapids Pavilion on April 22.

Dr. Lurelia Hardy presented “Student Perception of Required Exercise in Online Wellness “ at the 2014 University System of Georgia Teaching and Learning Conference: Best Practices for Promoting Engaged Student Learning in Athens, Ga., on April 14. Hardy also co-presented with Dr. Charles Jackson “The Affordable Healthcare Act and Its Impact on African Americans: A Dimension to Health Literacy” Panel Presentation at the Southern Conference of African American Studies, Inc. in Baton Rouge, Louis., on Feb. 14.

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