Human Movement institute tethers student research, relationshipsPosted: January 17, 2012
ATSU-ASHS’ Human Movement program held its summer institute Aug. 1-5 at the Legado Hotel Conference Center in Gilbert, Ariz. The institute focused on the future of human movement science through presentations, workshops, and labs. All 115 students participated in the workshops and labs that were held on the Arizona campus.
“The institute was a huge success,” said Tracie Rogers, Ph.D., program director, assistant professor, human movement.
“Students embraced the opportunity to learn from some of the top researchers and practitioners in the field and most importantly enjoyed meeting, socializing, and networking with one another. The institute is a key part of the Human Movement program as it allows our online students to build life-long personal and professional relationships with their classmates.”