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
- Stack: US Football Players Take on the World in the Kuwaiti Desert (July 10, 2014) by: Brandon Hall
- FitBie: Your Ultimate Hydration Guide (July 9, 2014) by: Lauren Cardarelli
- UConn Today: The Heat is On: Staying Safe in Summer (July 1, 2014) by: Colin Poitras
- NWI Times: Heat Rises Above Head at NATA Conference (June 30, 2014) by: John Doherty
- The New York Times: Keeping Your Cool (June 30, 2014) by: Jane Brody
- NPR: When Heat Stroke Strikes, Coole First, Transport Later (June 27, 2014) by: Kara Manke
- USA Today: Quick Cooling can Save Overheated Athletes, Experts Say (June 27, 2014) by: Kim Painter
- The Indy Channel: New Recommendations for High School Athletes (June 27, 2014) by: Tanya Spencer
- Health Day News: For Heat Stroke Victim, Cool First, then Transport (June 26, 2014) by: Brenda Goodman
- USA Today: Joe Reitz, NFL Players Preparing to Beat Training Camp Heat (June 26, 2014) by: Gary Mihoces
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