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Department of Kinesiology

    Department of Kinesiology
    Kansas State University
    Natatorium 8
    920 Denison Ave.
    Manhattan, KS 66506

    785-532-6765
    785-532-6486 fax
    kines@k-state.edu

    Welcome Back Kinesiology Alumni!

    You are a huge part of this department and have contributed significantly to the success we have had. We want to thank you for contributing so much to the Department of Kinesiology's programs! Please share with us, your news, announcements, and other noteworthy items! 

    Have a new job? Promotion? New addition to the family? Tell your fellow alumni about it!

    What Graduates have said about us:

    "I had no idea how rare and special our program is. It seems California hires registered dieticians for all of their positions for physical activity because no universities in California offer any sort of public health education dealing with physical activity. Everyone here says how desperate they are for people with the kind of education that K-State offers. So, I'm just proud I guess!"
    - Zach McGill, Class of 2007 (BS) and 2009 (MPH)

    "I really owe a lot to our Kinesiology faculty. Our department definitely gave me all of the preparation that I needed to be successful. I've started my second semester in Physical Therapy school and am doing well. 18 hours of grad courses is a lot, but luckily one of the classes is Pathokinesiology and another is Research Methods. Having our Kinesiology background lightens the load, since I've already taken similar classes at K-State."
    - Raine Mahan, Class of 2007

    Giving Back:

    Your continued support of the Department of Kinesiology is detrimental to the growth, development, and success of our future Kinesiology students. If you would like to assist students or research in the field of Kinesiology, check out our Giving Back page. No matter the size of your contribution, our students and the community will always benefit. 

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