VCU’s Basketball Teams Use Data to Individualize Training

Kinesiology and Health Sciences

VCU’s Basketball Teams Use Data to Individualize Training

Every sport requires a unique pattern of movement, that places various strains on the body’s ability to generate energy and power. Basketball players often exert short, explosive bursts of energy when driving to the basket, while at the same time sustaining a continuous jog up and down the court. And though there are basketball related […]

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Interim Chairs Announced

Dean Monste Fuentes is pleased to welcome  to announce the appointment of Bonnie Brown as the Interim Chair of the Department of Biology and Joann Richardson as Interim Chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences. Bonnie joined VCU in 1991. She is a Professor of Biology and has served as Associate Chair of […]

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2015 December Diploma Ceremonies

Congratulations to all of our upcoming graduates!  If you haven’t already done so please make sure you know all of the details like time and location for your department’s diploma ceremony by visiting the VCU Commencement site and on the Departmental Ceremonies page. If you have a question about your ceremony please contact your department’s […]

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Alumni spotlight: Chip Suttles

Chip Suttles, B.S. Recreation, Parks & Tourism ’94, learned a valuable skill at VCU that changed his career path and earned him a Super Bowl Ring with the 2014 Seattle Seahawks professional football team. A resourceful professor who used his network to connect students with impactful internship experiences gave Chip his start in the sports […]

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