Kinesiology, Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D.
Christopher Ingalls, Ph.D.
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Organization Description Summary: The KH Doctoral Student Club aims to promote scholarship, service, and communication among doctoral students within the Kinesiology and Health Department of the College of Education and Human Development.
Organization Purpose Statement: The KH Doctoral Student Club aims to promote scholarship, service, and communication among doctoral students within the Kinesiology and Health Department of the College of Education and Human Development. This club will help provide opportunities for professional and personal growth, service involvement, research collaboration and social engagement. The organization will provide professional development workshops and speakers, opportunities to gain funding for conferences and travel, and chances to communicate with departmental faculty about various topics pertaining to life after graduation. We will help share and create opportunities for service or leadership involvement. Members will have the opportunity to interact with doctoral students of various concentrations within the KH department, allowing research collaboration and knowledge sharing. Inclusive social events will be held to foster a supportive and friendly community within the doctoral students of the KH department.
Faculty Advisor: Christopher Ingalls, Ph.D. 404-413-8377