The Department of Kinesiology is proud of its associations with the Korey Stringer Institute and the Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic.

In 2010, the Korey Stringer Institute opened its doors in an effort to provide education, consultation, advocacy, research, and outreach for the prevention of sudden death in sport and physical activity. This institution was founded in memory of Korey Stringer, a Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman whose premature death resulted from complications of exertional heat stroke.

Our Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic provides premier physical therapy services to the community at large in our comfortable facility.