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Kinesiology Club

The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities and information to Kinesiology students of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Programming will be available to members to increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the field of Kinesiology. Events and activities will aid in the student members preparation to become well-equipped professionals driven to promote healthy living in a variety of populations through exercise, sports, and healthy environments. Members will be provided with opportunities to excel their health, exercise & fitness, nutrition, wellness promotion, strength & conditioning, sports, biomechanics, exercise physiology, motor behavior, and other science based-human movement studies. Knowledge opportunities through networking with other students and professionals and through educational based programs, workshops, speakers, and conferences will be offered. Members can contribute to community service through healthy volunteer events.All of the club's activities are overseen by Mr. Craig Biwer, club advisor and instructor on campus.

It is never too late to become a member! The Kinesiology Club invites all students, faculty, and alumni to join in and participate! And it’s FREE! Join us on Facebook (UW-Oshkosh Kinesiology Club) or on Titan Link!!


How to become a member:

  • Go to
  • Log in with your Net ID username and password
  • Search for Kinesiology club under Organizations
  • Join our club on Titan Link for the emails!

For more information about the Kinesiology Club, contact Mr. Craig Biwer at .


Athletic Training Club

Students who are admitted into the Athletic Training major are encouraged to become involved in the student organization. There are dues associated with the Athletic Training Club (currently $5/year) which are used to plan social and community service events.

About the Athletic Training Club 
The Athletic Training Club is an association supplemental to the Athletic Training Program (ATP) here at UW Oshkosh. Our purpose is to bring the student body of the program together and promote the profession of Athletic Training while helping out the community.

For more information about the Athletic Training Club, contact Dr. Robert Sipes at .

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