Korey Stringer Institute
The mission of the Korey Stringer Institute is to provide first-rate information, resources, assistance, and advocacy for the promotion of prevention of sudden death in sport via health and safety initiatives.
The Korey Stringer Institute is housed in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. UConn's Department of Kinesiology has a strong tradition and reputation as one of the leading institutions studying health and safety issues for athletes and the physically active.
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Click here to learn more about the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research (NCCSIR), which tracks high school, collegiate, and professional catastrophic sports related injuries.
News & Announcements
Recent Media Coverage
- The Clarion Ledger: Was it Too Hot for Walker Wilbanks to Play? (August 30, 2014) by: Courtney Cronin
- The Washington Times: Will Latest Preventable Heatstroke Death of a Football Player Spur Change? (August 27, 2014) by: Deron Snyder
- Tampa Bay 10 News: Overheating is a Silent Killer (August 26, 2014) by: Tampa Bay 10 News staff
- PR Newswire: Mission Athletecare Partners with the Korey Stringer Institute to Shine a Light on the Dangers of Heat Stroke (August 25, 2014) by: PR Newswire staff
- The Baltimore Sun: Morgan Football Player Died of Heat Stroke, Autopsy Shows (August 25, 2014) by: Justin George
- The Paper: Crawfordsville Youth Football is being Heads Up (August 25, 2014) by: The Paper staff
- USA Football: Uniting for Indiana High School Football (August 21, 2014) by: USA Football staff
- Nexstar Broadcasting: SEC Partners with USA Football to Advance Youth and High School Player Safety (August 19, 2014) by: Nexstar Broadcasting staff
- The Atlanta Journal Constitution: Douglas Puts Focus on Student Athlete Safety (August 13, 2014) by: Eric Stirgus
Watch these NFL Evolution videos to learn about the Korey Stringer Institute and our cause!
- National Football League: Web Extra: Korey Stringer's Legacy Kept Alive by Family (June 20, 2013) by: Bill Bradley