Kristi Johnson doesn’t consider herself the traditional kinesiology student. She’s in her third year of the online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD) at UNC Greensboro, but as a director of dance, her background is in a field that typically aligns itself with theater and music.
As head strength and conditioning coach for the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, Bill Burniston is still thinking about his future.
With more than 25 years of experience in athletic enhancement and injury prevention, he plans to teach at the university level when he is done with clinical work.
As head athletic trainer at the University of Texas at Tyler, Andrew Cage says being recognized for his work in athletic training is an honor. He hopes to one day impart what he’s learned as a full-time educator in the field.
For two PE teachers, getting their doctorate this summer will fulfill long-awaited career goals. The online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD in KIN) program at UNC Greensboro will allow them to advance their careers in unexpected ways.
If you are like most people, the idea of earning a doctorate while maintaining a busy career and family life may seem like a far-fetched notion. Students and faculty from UNC Greensboro’s online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD in KIN) are proving it’s not.
Janah Fletcher is a self-described continual learner. With an undergraduate degree in exercise and sports science and a master’s in athletic training, Fletcher desired more opportunities to further her education. The challenge was finding a way to do this and stay employed as head athletic trainer