Korey Stringer Institute
KSI will be selling autographed NFL helmets on our website.
Stay tuned for pictures and instructions on how to buy one for a great cause!
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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News & Announcements
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
- National Football League: Web Extra: What Happens at the Korey Stringer Institute? (June 20, 2013) by NFL Evolution Staff
Recent Media Coverage
- The Courant: China's Elite Coaches and Sport Scientists Visiting UConn (October 15, 2013) by: William Weir
- PRWeb: Pennsylvania More Than Doubles the National Average of High School Sports Teams Which Have Access to an Athletic Trainer (September 24, 2013) by: PRWeb staff
- Advocates for Injured Athletes: Meet Doug Casa: Member A4IA Medical Advisory Board (September 18, 2013) by: Heather L Clemons
- WNYC The Brian Lehrer Show: The Right Amount of Water (September 13, 2013) by: WNYC staff
- District Administration: How Schools are Preventing Athletic Emergencies (September 2013) by: Regina Whitmer
- The Sentinel: Football: PIAA Heat Acclimation Policy Targets Safety (September 5, 2013) by: David Rung
- Fitness World: New York State Athletic Trainers' Association Supports Prevention of Sudden Death in Sport (August 28, 2013) by: Fitness News Desk Staff
- AlJazeera America: What to do if an Athlete Might have Heat Stroke (August 27, 2013) by: Lori Jane Gliha and Nicole Grether