It is my honor to welcome you to the School of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences. I am privileged to lead a dedicated team of faculty and staff, offering diverse and dynamic undergraduate and graduate education in athletic training, kinesiology and physical therapy. Our team also conducts high-impact research in exercise physiology and rehabilitation science.

Our undergraduate program in kinesiology, the second largest major in the College of Health Professions and Sciences, prepares over 1,900 students each year. Our broad-based curriculum equips students for careers in sport and exercise science and provides a solid foundation for post-graduate education in kinesiology-related disciplines.

Our graduate programs in athletic training, kinesiology, and physical therapy provide students with advanced knowledge in human anatomy and physiology, enabling them to apply this knowledge fundamentally. This enables our graduates to become experts in exercise performance, movement and rehabilitation sciences.

We foster research excellence through collaborative efforts within the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation Science, which brings together experts from clinical, community and basic science disciplines.

Our mission, vision and value statements reflect our commitment to an inclusive learning environment that encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and seamlessly integrates scientific knowledge with practical application.

I encourage you to explore this site to learn more about our programs, faculty, labs and research. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or thoughts on how we can connect and collaborate.

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Jeffrey Stout, Ph.D.

Pegasus Professor, School Director
Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation Science, Kinesiology
Location: Education Complex Room: 320M
Phone: 407-823-0211
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