This year we have a number of changes as we say goodbye and good luck to some while welcoming new grad students including a visiting scholar, post-doctoral candidate, and doctoral student! With that comes new research projects and a need for more undergraduate help and mentoring opportunities. Many changes and exciting things happening this year!
Our International Sports Science Symposium went off without a hitch! We had some great keynote speakers and researchers from around the world for the event, perfectly coinciding with the World Junior Track Championships. We are excited for future opportunities to hold similar events for students, academics, and clinicians alike! We hope to continue keeping symposium registration at a minimum with the help of our sponsors such as Tekscan and the NeuroSpine Institute. There are bound to be other high profile track and field meets at Hayward Field and it’s possible we will hold another scientific meeting in the future! In the meantime, check out this promotional video!
University of Oregon graciously came in to highlight our goals as a facility as well as get the point of view of the population we aim to help. Take a look at this awesome video!
Thanks to AroundtheO for this spotlight piece on the Bowerman Clinic and our upcoming symposium efforts this July, 2014. Make sure to register and submit your research for presentation!
Past track and field coach at the University of Oregon and our Clinic’s namesake has been proudly, and not surprisingly, inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame following his efforts to “change how runners run forever.” Check out our friend Tim Christie’s wonderful spotlight of Bowerman’s accomplishments throughout his career.
Featured Photo Credit to quotecollection.com