- Dr. J.C. Bradbury explains why MLB's revenue sharing system encourages poor teams to stay poor in The New York Times.
- Dr. David B. Mitchell, recipient of the 2010 KSU Foundation Distinguished Research & Creative Activities Award.
- Dr. John David Johnson and Mr. Andy Smith along with the HPS Major's Club helped host the Clarkdale Elementary Reunion Games on May 17. This school has been divided since the September floods, and this event reunited students (K-5) for an exciting field day.
- Dr. J.C. Bradbury explains how pitch counts affect baseball pitcher performances The New York Times, "Keeping Score: 149 Pitches? Once Shouldn’t Hurt."
- Dr. J.C. Bradbury speaks on "No Economic Benefits of New Stadiums" on Stossel on FOX Business Network (Video).
- Dr. Jimmy Calloway was featured on WSB-TV to promote a Georgia Coalition for Physical Activity and Nutrition initiative with Share Our Strength to bring the Operation Frontline nutrition program to the metro Atlanta area.
- Dr. Cherilyn Hultquist elected to At-Large Member position on the 2010 Executive Board of the Southeastern Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine.
- Dr. Michael Hales and Dr. John David Johnson received a 2009 grant through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Walking on their hands: A wheelchair users perspective.
- Dr. Bob Buresh received a 2009 grant from Foot Solutions to study the influence of hiking poles and rocker shoes on oxygen uptake, heart rate, and energy expenditure while walking.
- Dr. John McLester, recipient of the 2009 KSU Foundation Prize for Publication of his textbook with Dr. Peter St. Pierre, Applied Biomechanics: Concepts and Connections.
- Dr. Bernie Goldfine, recipient of the 2009 WellStar College of Health and Human Services Distinguished Scholarship Award.
- Dr. Bernie Goldfine, recepient of the Honor Award by the Council of Facilities and Equipment (American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation).
- Dr. John McLester, recepient of a grant through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Teaching Lower Laryngeal Position with EMG Feedback.
- Dr. Bob Buresh, recepient of a grant through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Exercise Frequency & Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.