February – Greetings from KH

A few days ago, I heard from a former student who was inquiring about a graduate program in physical education. During our email exchanges, she noted that she was still using the things she had learned while taking my courses – something that any teacher loves to hear. I was in Singapore working with the… more »

Mark Geil to present two papers at New Orleans conference

Mark Geil, associate professor for biomechanics in the Kinesiology and Health department, is presenting two papers at the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium.

Geil will present “Walking Surface Ameliorates Equinus Gait in Children with Idiopathic Toe Walking” (Geil MD, Fanchiang HD), which he describes as,… more »