Kathy Clark

Adjunct Associate Research Scientist


4280 School of Kinesiology Building
830 North University Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1048

Additional Title(s)

Lecturer, Kinesiology


University of Michigan
PhD Kinesiology ’90
MS ’82

The College of Wooster
BA ’80


MOVESCI 219 Scientific Writing


Dr. Kathy Clark is currently a Movement Science Lecturer in the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology. She received her Ph.D. in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan. Prior to her time at the school, Dr. Clark was a member of the Stafford/Anfimov Advisory Panel and the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group at NASA. She also served as Chief Scientist at NASA for both the Human Exploration & Development of Space Enterprise and the International Space Station.

Dr. Clark is a professional speaker who uses her experience to motivate and inspire others to reach for the stars in their careers. She also works to promote education with groups like the Jean-Michel Cousteau Society, the Square One Education Network, the Argos Foundation, the National Marine Sanctuaries, the Sea World Hubbs Institute, SAS Games, the National Space Grant Foundation, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s After School All Stars, and the 27 Foundation.